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Mindful Communication for Sustainable Development: Perspectives from Ed by Kalinga Seneviratne

Contributor(s): Seneviratne, Kalinga [Editor].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: New Delhi Sage Publication India Pvt. Ltd. 2018Description: 353p.ISBN: 9789352805518.Subject(s): Sustainable development - Moral and ethical aspects - AsiaDDC classification: 174.4
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SECTION A Philosophical Perspectives
1. Mindfulness in Communication: A Buddhist Approach
2. Mindful Communication for Sustainable Development
3. Buddhist, Hindu, and Jain Contribution to Communication in Asia
4. Confucius and Tao of Asian Journalism
5. Human Dignity and Responsibility to Humanity: A Buddhist Viewpoint
6. “Hindu” Values in Journalism
SECTION B Training for Mindful Thinking in Communication
7. Thinking Through Practice: Creative Mediaas a Research Methodology
8. Storytelling with Deep Listening
9. New Approach to ASEAN Journalism: From a Thai Perspective
10. Mindful Communication and Media Training: A View from Myanmar
SECTION C Mindful Communication and Sustainable Development
11. Middle Path Journalism: A Conceptual Framework for Bhutanese Media
12. Philippines: Ignatian Pedagogy and Mindful Communication
13. Mindful Communication for Good Governance: A Buddhist Approach
14. Mindful Communication and Sustainable Development: The Buddhist Holistic Framework
SECTION D Applying Traditional Practices to Mindful Development Communication
15. A Japanese Path to Mindful Communication: Understanding the Silence of the Japanese
16. Laos: Traditional Methods of Communication and Their Relevance to Grassroots Community Development Case Study of Nongviengkham Village
17. Cambodia: Mindful Public Relations From Monastic to Government Communications
18. Crossing Panel Borders: Transnational Constrained Comics Composition and Mindful Development Communication
SECTION E Mindful Communicationand Contemporary Media.
19. Practicing Mindful Communication in a Multicultural Society: Case Study of Malaysian News Reporting
20. Philippines: Beyond the Body Count Mindful Journalism and the Human-centric Approach to Reporting the Drug War
21. South Korea: Compassionate Approach to Journalism Buddhist True Network
22. Sri Lanka: Mindful Communication and Reconciliation
23. Mindful Communication for Sustainable Development: A New Asian Communication Paradigm

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