Jewel Das

Jewel Das
Port City International University · Department of Journalism and Media Studies

BSS and MSS in Communication and Journalism

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Introduction
Jewel Das currently is in Senior Lecturer position at the Department of Journalism and Media Studies, Port City International University, Bangladesh. His research interests are Socio-cybernetics, Development Communication, Media & society, etc. His current project is on 'SDGs and Gender Equality: Role of Local Journalists'.
Additional affiliations
May 2018 - present
Port City International University
Position
  • Professor (Associate)
November 2015 - March 2018
Port City International University
Position
  • CEO
November 2015 - March 2018
Port City international University
Position
  • Head of Department

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Publications (5)
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Abstract: New media technologies are providing new ways of keeping social linkages. But, comparatively few studies have analyzed the impact of new media on social interaction. This article attempts to identify the causes of why youths use new communication technologies and how they gratify their media centered social interactional needs. The study...
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Youth as a change agent and a strong force in social actions can play a significant role in the development process of a society endowed with different socioeconomic problems like inequality, injustice, social violence, violation of human rights, etc. Raising youths’ social awareness, in this regard, is the important point to be considered as a qua...
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As a deep-rooted patriarchal and traditional value-centric society, women and girls are often treated as inferior to men to participate in key aspects of their socioeconomic lives in Bangladesh. This ill fate has made the female community vulnerable to achieving Sustainable Development Goals (SDG's). Achieving the SDG's highly depends on the actual...
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Gender discrimination turns women and girls into a part of a marginalized community. As a traditional value-centric and gender biased society, people in Bangladesh undervalue the contribution of women in family and community. Goal five of the global Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), nevertheless, calls directly for achieving gender equality and...