Media function in a context. Media are consumed in a context. What happens when the two contexts interact? Is the result always for our best interests? Can we become a more discerning, critical consumer of media content?
We all complain of Media Bias. How do we deal with it? Is there a Dharmik Way? How can we use the understanding of Purusharthas to regulate our media consumption?
Join the upcoming Indica Course on Dealing With Media Bias – The Dharmik Way by Dr. Charu Uppal , a media researcher based in Sweden, who has taught at the University level in United States, Fiji and Sweden. Her research interests are interdisciplinary with a focus on the use of media for expressing cultural and political identity.
- We are pleased to offer ten scholarships for learners who are either pursuing Journalism or Media studies as a career option or who write or generate content regularly for various Media. Under this scholarship, ten selected learners will be offered a discount of Rs 2500 on the course fee. So do submit your application for scholarship here and we shall get back to you.
- We also have the Evolve with INDICA Grant for learners currently enrolled into any formal education program, unable to afford the entire fee for an Indica Course.
- And we have the “Festival of Learning” celebrations for learners keen on three or more Indica Courses. As a part of these celebrations, anyone enrolling into three or more Indica Courses will be eligible for a 15% discount* on each. All they have to do is to enroll into the Indica Courses of their choice and share the details with us at email@example.com to avail of the benefit. Once we receive the invoice details from them, a refund** will be offered to the tune of 15% of the course fee for each course.
So enroll and be prepared for Dealing with Media Bias – The Dharmik Way!
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***pls note that one learner can avail either of the three options and not all