To check relevance of the advertisement on facebook profile pages. (The Research Journal of Social Science, Jalgaon, M.S. Oct. 2012, Issue-10, International Refereed Journal :ISSN 0976-06IX).
An Analytical Study of Consumption Patterns of News of Young Netizens on Social Networking Site. (Information & Communication for development- Reach Impact, Opportunity and Challenges. Epignosis: Journal of Multidisciplinary Research. January 2013, Issue 2. ISBN : 978-81-922163-2-4.)
A Recipient View of Bupen Hazarika’s Musical Video Songs. (International Journal of Contemporary Research in Management & Social Sciences. January-March 2013, Volume 2. ISSN : 2319-8117.)
Evolution of Social Media and its impact on Indians Newspapers. (Media and Globalisation- A Journal of K.C. College, Charchgate, Mumbai. ISBN : 978-93-83842-64-3.)
Mobile phones : a global solutions to Agricultural Communication. (Media and Globalisation- A Journal of K.C. College, Charchgate, Mumbai. ISBN : 978-93-83842-64-3.)
Mass Media and Tribal Transformation in India. (A proceedings of a conference on Scheduled Tribes in India : Issues and Challenges in 21st Century; ISBN : 978-93- 84198-04-6 ).
The no. of people reading physical newspapers have deteriorated with the advent of ‘Second Screen’. (A proceedings of a National level conference on ‘Journalism and Social Responsibility’. ISBN : 978-81-925956-9-6).
Dr. Sanjay Ranade
2015 The family as the centre of the global information discourse, paper presented at BRICS and a New Information Structure, An international seminar, Maulana Abul Kalam Azad Institute of Asian Studies, Kolkata, January 5, 2015
2015 - ‘Indian’ Values in Asian/Global Journalism, Working paper presented at the seminar on ‘Mindful Communication for Asian Integration, Communication Arts Faculty, Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok,, Thailand, December 14-15.
2013 – The Journey of an Indian Sudra Caste from Artisans to Entrepreneurs to Capitalists: The Visvakarma Panchals in L Brennan and A Weigold (eds), Re-thinking India – Perceptions from Australia, New Delhi, Readworthy Publications
2013 – Muslim Saints and Hindu Fundamentalism: Co-existence amongst the Tribal Koli of Mumbai, co-authors Marika Vicziany, Jayant Bhalchandra Bapat in L Brennan and A Weigold (eds), Re-thinking India – Perceptions from Australia, New Delhi, Readworthy Publications
2012 – Public Service Broadcasting in India, Public Service Broadcasting and Its Role in Raising Civic Consciousness – Case Studies from Asia, Ed Sundeep R Muppidi and Premila Manvi, Friedrich Ebert Stiftung, Nanyang Technological University, 2012.
2012, Exploring the diegesis of the Haridasi Kirtan – a critical study, paper presented at the 5th International Round Table Conference, October 16-18 organized by Asian Research Center for Religion and Social Communication (ARC), Saint John’s University in Bangkok (Thailand) in collaboration with Mudra Institute of Communications, Ahmedabad (MICA), and TALEEM Research Foundation, Ahmedabad.
2010 - Challenging the Gutenberg legacy, Printing as Mass Medium Before Gutenberg, Critical Enquiry, vol II, Issue IV, Oct-Dec 2010, ISSN 0975-0096. This paper has been included as teaching material in the UNESCO journalism syllabi course titled Media and Society, 2nd Year Module in Three-Year Bachelor’s Degree.
2009 - Communication Skills for the Media Entrant, Registrar, University of Mumbai, 2009
2008 - The Kolis of Mumbai at Crossroads: Religion, Business and Urbanisation in Cosmopolitan Bombay Today – This paper was presented to the 17th Biennial Conference of the Asian Studies Association of Australia in Melbourne 1-3 July 2008. It has been peer reviewed via a double blind referee process and appears on the Conference Proceedings Website.
2006 - Overcoming the Dark Cloud of Despair and The Active Power of the Pledge, in The Best of Speaking Tree, Bennett, Coleman & Co.Ltd, New Delhi, 2006.
2005 - Mehmood - Man of Many Moods, original in Hindi by Hanif Zaveri translated into English by Sanjay Ranade, ISBN 81-7991-213-2, Popular Prakashan, Mumbai, 2005.
2001 - Where Ends Collide, novel in English won the third prize for the www.oxfordbookstore.com eauthor 2.0 competition, 2001.
Prof. Daivata Patil
Co-Authored a chapter published in an edited book titled “Media and Human Rights”. The chapter is on representation of transgender in Bollywood films with specific reference to Mahesh Bhatt’s films. Publisher: Dominant Publisher, New Delhi, 2015
Research paper published in 2013-2014 issue of Almanac of Theoretical and Applied Studies of Advertising.
An international almanac published by Tambov State University, Russia
Paper Title: Audience attitude towards advertisements on YouTube
3. Research paper published in January 2014 issue of Media Watch, Vol.5, issue 1, p119-126.
An International Journal Research Journal in Communication and Media, which is published by Registrar of Newspapers for India (RNI), Government of India.
Paper Title: Measuring Cultural Diversity- A study of Television Advertisements Telecast on Hindi GECs.
ISSN: 09760911 and Accession No: 93980967
The journal is approved/indexed by EbscoHost, Scopus, ELSEVIER, UlrichsWeb, CrossRef, IISI, Jstor, JGate, MIAR, ProQuest, and Indian Citation Index.
4. Research paper published in a book compilation titled ‘Media and Globalization”.
The title of the paper is: The Economy of Public Participation on Internet as a Public Sphere
Publisher: Excel India Publishers, 2014
5. Research paper published in October 2012, Vol.7, Issue 1, issue of International Journal of Business and Retail Management, Research (JBRMR)
Published by Academy of Business and Retail Management, London, UK.
Paper Title: To study the role of perception of colors by consumers in consumer decision making process: a micro study of logos of select departmental stores in Mumbai city, India'.
The journal is approved/indexed by EbscoHost, Cabell publishing Inc, UlrichsWeb, ProQuest, ECONBIZ, ZBW, RePEc, Portico and JGate.
6. Research paper published in June 2010, Vol. 8, Issue 1 issue of ‘Pragyaan: mass communication’
It is a bi-annual peer-reviewed journal of IMS, Dehradun, India.
Paper Title: Closed offline communities open up in virtual world.
Journal listed in Ulrich’s International Periodicals Directory, USA.
7. Research paper published in Jan-Dec 2009, Vol. XLIV, No.1 issue of ‘Communicator’.
A quarterly national journal of the Indian Institute of Mass Communication (IIMC), Government of India.
Paper Title: A study of public opinion on internet as public sphere: A case study of Tata Tea’s Jaago Re! Campaign.
Dr. Mathew Martin
Poothullil J. Mathew Martin (1993) “Community Based Rehabilitation and Extension and Outreach Services for the Hearing Handicapped” in the Indian Journal of Disability and Rehabilitation. Vol.7., issue1. Jan-June 1993, a national level publication of Ministry of Welfare, Govt. of India, New Delhi. (ISSN NO:0970-2474).
Poothullil J. Mathew Martin (1994)“Media and the Rural Speech and Hearing impaired population” in the Hearing Aid Journal, Vol.8.No.4, issue no.32 Jan.1994., New Delhi, India. (ISSN NO:0971-0949).
Poothullil J. Mathew Martin (2008) “Content Analysis of Disability Communication-The Daily Newspaper DNA (Daily News Analysis) A Short-term Study Report” in Language in India, Volume 8 : 11 November 2008. (ISSN 1930-2940).
Poothullil J. Mathew Martin (2006) “Content Analysis of ‘Disability Communication’ in DNA(Daily News Analysis): A Short – Term Study Report”, in Communicator Vol.XLI NO.1 Jan-Dec.2006, New Delhi India. (ISSN No. 0588-8093).
Poothullil J. Mathew Martin (2009) “Organizations working for Persons with Disabilities in India Moving Towards Accessible Websites” in Journal of Rehabilitation Council of India (JRCI) Vol.5.No.1&2 Jan-Dec. 2009, New Delhi, India. (ISSN NO:0973-2497).
Poothullil J. Mathew Martin (2008) “Web Accessibility for Persons with Disabilities: Evidence from India” in Communicator Vol.XLIII NO.1 Jan-Dec.2008, New Delhi, India. (ISSN No. 0588-8093).
Published Ph D Research thesis: “The Status of Disability Communication in India of Government and Non-Government Organizations- A comparative Study” on 31st May 2010 on Completion of Doctoral Studies in Mass Communication, YCMOU-Nashik, India.
Poothullil J. Mathew Martin (2012) “Technical Strides in Using Captioning & Indian Sign Language as Accessibility Tools of Universal Design in Advertisement and its effects on Hearing & Deaf Persons” in the Book “Issues of Journalistic Ethics and Freedom in the Contemporary Age of Digital Media” - Edited by Prof. Dr. Tapati Basu, Head, Dept. of Journalism & Mass Communication, University of Calcutta, India, 2012. (ISBN: 81-86263-004).
Poothullil J. Mathew Martin (2013) “Captioning and Indian Sign Language as Accessibility Tools in Universal Design” in Sage Open, April-June 2013 vol. 3 no. 22158244013491405.
Poothullil J. Mathew Martin (2013) ‘Comprehension of Basic Mathematics Among Children with Hearing Impairment Using Multimedia in Accessible and Non-accessible Format a Comparative Study’ Educational Media (ICEM), 2013 IEEE 63rd Annual Conference International Council for, vol., no., pp.1,11, 1-4 Oct.2013.doi:1109/CICEM.2013.6820182
Poothullil.J.Mathew Martin, Kalbage Arun (2013), 'Accessibility of Higher Educational Institution’s Websites- A study' has been accepted for publication in Indian Journal of Open Learning, Vol-22 (2), 2013, IGNOU, New Delhi. ISSN: 0971-2690
Poothullil J. Mathew Martin, (2014) Published Chapter XII in, Resource Book on Hearing Impairment, ‘Indian Sign Language and Captioning as Accessibility Tools in Universal Design in Digital Media’ published by Ali Yavar Jung National Institute for the Hearing Handicapped, (Department of Disability Affairs, Ministry of Social Justice & Empowerment, Govt. of India) Mumbai, India.