Book: Mass Media and Communication
Author: Niranjan Jha
Publisher: Cromosys Publication
Date: January 2013
Cromosys Publication’s Mass Media and Communication book is an optimal quality guide to the students who want to work for Media Industry. For a few years, the colleges around the globe have started degree courses for Mass Media, but I feel sorry to say that in that three years of time they teach more about history and sociology and less about Mass Communication. And it happens because the teachers have very less knowledge and imagination about the subject matter of this course. In this book, I have clearly explained that the training of this course can be divided in two parts, and that is EFFECTIVE SPEAKING SKILL and EFFECTIVE WRITING SKILL. This is an unmatchable unique book of its kind that guarantees your improvement on communication skill. The lessons and study materials uniquely designed are based on my fifteen years of research in linguistic field. The lessons are magnificently powerful to bring you into the light of diction science. Since English is accepted as a global language, the people around the world have been sharpening their knowledge to be good in it. Sometimes, only working knowledge of it doesn’t work, and you feel that there is a lot more to explore. The accurate and profound knowledge of this language, which was considered to be existing only in England and America in past, has influenced zillions of mind today, therefore I conceived the idea of making this book a guideline for those who want to be perfect in English Pronunciation.
The significance of this book is that it is dynamic, systemic and blissful with abundance of pure and perfect set of rules that took a decade of time in preparation. One alone, being immaturely suggested, spend ages in reading literature, watching movies and listening to the audio which help them to imitate a little but not learn what in actual sense it is, and their never-ending process of Picasso Adventure collects some scattered information which is unworthy to phonological approach. And the aspirants get lost in wilderness.