Kaul, Chandrika
Reporting the Raj: The British Press and India, 1880-1922, Manchester University Press, 2003, 234x156mm, 272pp.
ISBN: 0719061768


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Contents
Dedication, prefatory statements and acknowledgements
 
List of tables,iIlustrations and appendices  
List of abbreviations  
   
Introduction  
   
PART I: The Networks of Information and Communication  
 
  2 Communications and the Indian Empire  
  3 Fleet Street and the Raj  
       
PART II: Information Management and Imperial Control  
 
  4 Empire and news management: India and the London Press c1880s-1914  
  5 War and government publicity  
  6 Edwin Montagu, publicity and news management at the India Office, 1917-1922  
   
PART III: Case Studies 1917-1922
 
 
  7 'Bringing India to the fore': selling Indian constitutional reforms to Britain, 1917-1918  
  8 Managing the Crisis? Fleet Street, government and the Jallianwallah Bagh massacre, 1919-1920  
  9 Ambassador of Empire: The Prince of Wales tour, Fleet Street and Government Publicity, 1921-1922  
   
Conclusion  
   
Appendices  
Bibliography  
Index

 

 


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