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Dr. S. Arulselvan

Associate Professor

Department of Electronic Media and Mass Communication

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Arulselvan. S., has 23 years of teaching experience in Univeristies. Served Consultant to UNESCO for two years on a Media Development project in Northern Sri Lanka during ceasfire period. Translated a book for UNESCO on Human Rights and another one on Election Reporting. Developed interest in understanding issues related to ‘technology enabled learning’, and served briefly EMRC of Pondicherry University as its Head i/c for about 2 and half years. Published papers on dalit assertion, political communication, media and criminal justice.

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Senthivel Arulselvan. (2020) Bodies as Sites of Protests: The Case of Two Desiring Machines That Liberated Controls. In: Ravindran G. (eds) Deleuzian and Guattarian Approaches to Contemporary Communication Cultures in India. Springer, Singapore

Arulselvan S. (2016). Role of Media in Making Public Policy on India’s Criminal Justice System: A Study of News Reporting on Actor Salman Khan’s Acquittal in A Murder Case. Global Media Journal. 2016, 14:26 .

S. Arulselvan (2016) Resisting ritual repression and reclaiming social positions by Dalits in Tamilnadu: a critical discourse analysis of media text, Media Asia, 43:2, 91-101, DOI: 10.1080/01296612.2016.1237459

"Arulselvan. S. (2003). Manitha UrimaikaL. translated from Englih to Tamil. “Human Rights: 80 questions and answers”. Published by UNESCO."

"Arulselvan.S. (2014). Framing human rights issues in Tamilnadu newspapers: A study on the reportage of death penalty news stories. ournal of Media and Communication Vol.5. No.1 and 2 "

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