Implicit stereotype

Women's rights

When the going gets tough

A few years ago, I had attended a Group Relations Conference, which basically is a learning environment for learning to sense the unconscious dynamics of a group. Over the five day duration of the programme, we learned to recognize common stereotypes, assumptions and tendencies in the group with regard to leadership. We were about 18 […]

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Percentage of time devoted to rural news on TV
Media
Politics & Political Commentary

Media for a new India

We say a lot about what the problem is with media, but we rarely look at what media could be. So…. of course, I write 😀 My main point in this is that media reflects reality, but media also influences reality. Media holds a lot of power to influence change. And it is power that […]

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