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AN ANALYSIS ON THE PORTRAYAL OF INDIA BY NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAGAZINE

Sreenivasan, Deepthi (2012) AN ANALYSIS ON THE PORTRAYAL OF INDIA BY NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAGAZINE. Masters thesis, Christ University.

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The research is an analysis on how the magazine ‘National Geographic’ has portrayed India over the years and whether or how it has changed. National Geographic being an all American historical magazine might have its own ways of portraying particular nations. India being known for festivals, colors, superstition and snake charmers has always been portrayed countless number of times as only the above mentioned stereotypical explanation. May it be in movies, cartoons, books, etc., National Geographic being a credible magazine has never failed to bring forth to the world all historical aspects of any country. Bollywood, Spicy food, Religion etc. has been a hot topic for both Nat Geo magazine and television. The researcher wishes to find out if the magazine has portrayed India differently over the years.

Item Type:Thesis (Masters)
Subjects:Thesis > Masters > MS Communication
ID Code:5386
Deposited By:Knowledge Center Christ University
Deposited On:05 Nov 2013 19:30
Last Modified:05 Nov 2013 19:30

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