Author: Samir SaranHans Rasmussen Theting/Publisher: Knowledge WorldYear: 2012Language: EnglishPages: 145ISBN/UPC (if available): 9789380502960
Water shortage has become a subject of intense public debate in the present political narrative on resource management and riparian rights. In an attempt to discern the divergence on core issues and mainstream media reporting, Re-imagining the Indus is a methodological study based on Media Content Analysis of the reporting on water issues related to the Indus, in the leading dailies of both India and Pakistan. This monograph seeks to capture the existing discourse and stimulate policy dialogue on the subject.
AcknowledgementsPreface Key Findings1. Introduction i. The Political Discourse ii. Governanceiii. People, Practice and Environment2. Research Question and Methodology iv. Rationale for the Method Used v. Time Frame vi. Search Termsvii. Coding Frame viii. Interrogation of Texts 3. Findingix. Pakistan x. The Political Discourse xi. Governance xii. People, Practice and Environment xiii. India xiv. The Political Discourse xv. Governance xvi. People, Practice and Environment 4. Analysis and Conclusion xvii. Rural-Urban Bias xviii. Temporal Bias xix. Focus on Environment Annexures