Strength for Today and Bright Hope for Tomorrow

Volume 18:6 June 2018
ISSN 1930-2940

Managing Editor: M. S. Thirumalai, Ph.D.
Editors: B. Mallikarjun, Ph.D.
         Sam Mohanlal, Ph.D.
         B. A. Sharada, Ph.D.
         A. R. Fatihi, Ph.D.
         Lakhan Gusain, Ph.D.
         Jennifer Marie Bayer, Ph.D.
         G. Baskaran, Ph.D.
         L. Ramamoorthy, Ph.D.
         C. Subburaman, Ph.D. (Economics)
         N. Nadaraja Pillai, Ph.D.
         Renuga Devi, Ph.D.
         Soibam Rebika Devi, M.Sc., Ph.D.
         Dr. S. Chelliah, Ph.D.
Assistant Managing Editor: Swarna Thirumalai, M.A.

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Prof. S. Arunraj and Dr. P. Viduthalai, Editors
Select Papers from the One-Day International Seminar on
“Portrayal of Social Issues in Literature and Media”, February 2018

  • Greetings from the Vice Chancellor, Periyar University ...
    Professor P. KOLANDAIVEL

  • Greetings from the Professor and Head, Department of Journalism and Mass Communication, Periyar University ... Dr. V. NATARAJAN

  • Editor's Preface ... S. ARUNRAJ, M.A., M.Phil., B.Ed., PGDJPR., (Ph.D.)
    Co-ordinator, Internationational Seminar (PSLM)

  • A Note of Thanks from the Professor and Head, Department of Journalism and Mass Communication, Periyar University ... Dr. V. NATARAJAN

  • Advisory Board for the International Seminar on Portrayal of Social Issues in Literature and Media

  • Indian Third Gender --
    Literary Representation and Place in the Social Structure
    Adriana Simoncelli

  • Victims of Double Jeopardy ...
    Dr. R. Bharathi

  • Portrayal of Cyber Security and Laws for Social Media Culture ...
    Dr. M. Malathy and S. Ananda Pragadeeswaran

  • How Social Media Creates an Impact in our Mental, Physical Health and Culture –
    Portrayal of Social Mobile Media Culture Technology in India
    Dr. M. Malathy and M. Rani

  • Multiculturalism in Chetan Bhagat’s Two States: The Story of My Marriage ...
    G. Annapoorani, Research Scholar

  • Trope of Post-coloniality in Salman Rushdie’s Midnight’s Children ...
    S. Margaret

  • Problems of Primary School Children ...
    Dr. A. Masilamani

  • Portrayal of Rising Never Identities in Difficult Daughters ...
    Dr. R. Sankari

  • Poetics of Psychical Changes in
    Amy Tan’s The Joy Luck Club
    R. Vinothkumar and Dr. V. Gnanaprakasam

  • Egyptian Hieroglyphs to Emojis: Pictographs as a
    Universal language System and Its Role in Creating the ‘Global Brain’
    Ananthakrishnan U., Ph.D. Scholar and Dr. V. Santhi Siri

  • Creative Headlines in Dailies: A Comparative Review ...
    Kavitha Vamanan

  • The Interrogation of Chick - Media in Terms of ‘Looks’ ...
    M. Vishnu Varathan and Dr. Abdul Mohammed Ali Jinnah

  • Trade-Wise Economic Empowerment of Women ...
    K. Venkatesan, Ph.D. Research Scholar and Dr. K. S. Pushpa

  • Affecting the Psyche: Sensational News Media and
    Associated Psychological Consequences
    Vishnu, K. J., Ph.D. Research Scholar and Dr. S. Anand Lenin Vethanayagam

  • An Analysis of ‘Sports News Coverage’ Among Leading Tamil News Dailies ...
    N. Bakkiyaraj and S. Parthipan

  • A Study in Digital Space Creating Sustainable Tourism Awareness ...
    J. H. Akash, Research Scholar (Media Sciences) and Dr. I. Arul Aram

  • The Trope of Salvation in Eudora Welty’s Optimist’s Daughter ...
    Mouleeswaran. C. and Dr. V. Gnanaprakasam

  • Search for Self-Identity: A Study of Lakshmi Kannan’s Short Story “Muniyakka” ...
    K. Mugeshpillai and M. Soundhararajan

  • Latest Trends in Television Advertising in India ...
    Muthu U. T., Research Scholar

  • ICT and Youth:
    A Study on the Use of Smart Phone Apps among Youth in
    Chennai Metropolitan City
    Dr. S. Nandakumar and A. Roselin Raja

  • Representation of the Standard Man Transforms into a God in
    Amish Tripathi’s The Immortals of Meluha
    S. Prabu, Ph.D. Research Scholar and Dr. B. Karthikeyan

  • An Encounter with the Oppression and Discrimination in Ishmael Reed’s Flight to Canada ...
    P. Premalatha, M.Phil. English

  • Knowing the Unknown World of Tribes: A Critical Study of Mahasweta Devi’s
    The Book of the Hunter
    V. Balamurugan, Ph.D. Research Scholar and Dr. R. Sankari

  • Treatment of Love and Despair in Katherine Anne Porter’s “Flowering Judas” ...
    S. Jothimani, Ph.D. Research Scholar and Dr. P. Dinakaran

  • A Study of Family Relationships in Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni's Fiction ...
    Dr. B. Karthikeyan

  • Evaluation of Communication Order of Pulse Polio Campaign for
    Building Healthy Society
    Dr. Vahini

  • The Trope of Postmodernity in Tim O´Brien’s The Things They Carried ...
    G. Kalaiyarasi and Dr. R. Bharathi

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