Table of contents for The Indian public sphere : readings in media history / edited by Arvind Rajagopal.

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Publisher's Acknowledgements
List of Figures
Introduction: The Public Sphere in India: Structure and Transformation, Arvind Rajagopal
Section I: Formation of a Colonial Public Sphere
1. Transmission, Ranajit Guha
2. The Indian Ecumene: An Indigenous Public Sphere, Christopher Bayly
3. The Politics of Popular Images: From Cow Protection to M.K. Gandhi, 1890-1950, Christopher Pinney
4. Obtaining Moral Consensus in a Law and Order Society, Rajeev Dhavan
Section II: The National Popular
5. Redefining Obscenity and Aesthetics in Print, Charu Gupta
6. The Hindi Political Sphere, Francesca Orsini
7. "Woman-Oriented" Narratives and the New Indian Woman, Purnima Mankekar
8. Who is it that is Singing? Shot-Music-Speech, Aniket Jaaware
Section III: National Developmentalism and the Tensions of a Mediatic Infrastructure
9. The Mahatma Didn't Like the Movies and Why it Matters: Indian Broadcasting Policy, 1920s-1990s, Robin Jeffrey
10. Subliminal Charge: How Hindi-Language Newspaper Expansion Affects India, Peter Friedlander, Robin Jeffrey and Sanjay Seth
11. A Split Public in the Making and the Unmaking of the Ramjanmabhumi Movement, Arvind Rajagopal
12. Forging Public Opinion: The Press, Television and Electoral Campaigns in Andhra Pradesh, G. Krishna Reddy
Section IV: Emergent Orders: Localization, Consumerism, Digital Culture
13. Close Distance-Constructing the Indian Consumer II, William Mazzarella
14. Local News Gatherers, Sevanti Ninan
15. Globalisation, Sexuality and the Visual Fields: Issues and Non-issues for Cultural Critique, Mary John
16. Internet in India, K. Gopinath
17. Call Centre Conundrum, D. Wood
Appendix: Media and Literary Graphs
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