SITE to INSAT: Challenges of Production and Research for Women and Children

By: Binod C. Agrawal & Arbind K. Sinha (Authors)

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The Satellite Instructional Television Experiment (SITE) has been looked upon as probably the largest experiment conducted on human communications. What is more the most advanced techniques of research and assessment were used in this experiment. An important outcome of the SITE programme has been the Indian National Satellite transmission system (INSAT) Eight years after the SITE programme was completed, it was thought to assemble those who had worked on the production, research, and planning aspects of SITE to move towards a blue print for a programme matrix for women and children, two vital audience components, in the INSAT ambit. What resulted was an illumining Seminar in October, 1984 at Ahmedabad. And this book brings together the papers presented at this Seminar. The material that emerged out of the Seminar, collected in this volume, opened up new possibilities for collaborative work between ISRO-UNICEF, Individuals, non-government organisations and voluntary fora. It gave certain consequential guidelines for the production of children's television in India. The papers and recommendations presented in this volume are categorized into three broad categories, namely, research, production and management and utilization. Printed Pages: 170.

Title: SITE to INSAT: Challenges of Production and Research for Women and Children

Author Name: Binod C. Agrawal & Arbind K. Sinha (Authors)

Categories: Child Studies, India,

Publisher: New Delhi, Concept Publishing Company: 1986

ISBN: 8170220564

ISBN 13: 9788170220565

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: New

Jacket Condition: New

Seller ID: 700763

Keywords: SITE to INSAT: Challenges of Production and Research for Women and Children Binod C. Agrawal & Arbind K. Sinha (Authors)