Research focus

Research focus

The faculty members of the Department have demonstrated a wide range of research interests focused on media, communication and culture. The research works completed so far are mostly marked by depth of thought and their contributory influence on the intellectual sphere and societal advancement. The ongoing projects are also potentially rich. Specific research areas include:

  • Interpersonal, group and organizational communication
  • Communication/media policy
  • Audience research
  • Gender and communication/media
  • Children and media
  • International communication
  • Media (broadcast and print) content research
  • Small/folk/traditional media
  • Media Ethics and Law
  • Globalization, culture, and media
  • Political economy of communication/media
  • Journalism research
  • Media and sports
  • Media literacy/education research
  • Political communication research
  • Media and politics
  • Health communication
  • Media and religion
  • Media and terrorism
  • Media and popular culture
  • Cultural heritage and media
  • Information and Communication Technology (ICT)
  • Social media
  • Environment, climate, and communication.