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Thomas, Pradip Ninan (2011). Accountability and media accountability: A view from India. In Manuel Pinto and Helen Sousa (Ed.), Communication and citizenship: Rethinking crisis and change (pp. 33-46) Coimbra, Portugal: Gracio Editor. 171 10
Thomas, Pradip (2008). A contemporary "denial of access": Knowledge, IPR and the public good. In 曹晋 Cao Jin and 赵月枝 Zhao Yuezhi (Ed.), 传播政治经济学: 英文读本 (pp. 334-342) Shanghai, China: Fudan University Press. 168  
Thomas, Pradip N. (2014). Beyond the dominant paradigm of communication rights? Observations from South Asia. In Claudia Padovani and Andrew Calabrese (Ed.), Communication Rights and Social Justice: Historical Accounts of Transnational Mobilisations (pp. 135-151) Houndmills, Basingstoke, Hampshire, UK: Palgrave Macmillan. doi:10.1057/9781137378309 21   0
Thomas, Pradip Ninan (2012). Beyond the status quo? Observations on theorising development, the digital and social change in India. In Srinivas R. Melkote (Ed.), Development communication in directed social change: A reappraisal of theory and practice (pp. 218-230) Singapore: Asian Media Information and Communication Centre (AMIC). 67 2
Thomas, P N (2006). Bhoomi, Gyan Ganga, e-governance and the right to information: ICTS and development in India. In: Knowledge Societies for All: Media Communication Strategies. International Association for Mass Communication Research, Cairo, Egypt, (1-26). 23-28 July 2006. 105  
Pradip N.Thomas, (2009) Bhoomi, Gyan Ganga, e-governance and the right to information: ICTs and development in India. Telematics and Informatics, 26 1: 20-31. doi:10.1016/j.tele.2007.12.004 47   Cited 16 times in Scopus16 0
Thomas, P. (2005) Christian fundamentalism and the media. Media Development, 2005 2: 3-9. 215  
Pradip N.Thomas, (2009). Christian fundamentalism and the media in India. In Hoover, Stuart M. and Kaneva, Nadia (Ed.), Fundamentalisms and the media (pp. 198-218) London , U.K.: Continuum International Publishing Group. 37  
Thomas, P. N. (2007) Christian Fundamentalism and the Media in South India. Media Development, LIV 1/2007 1: 23-31. 89  
Pradip, Thomas (2010). Communication and social change. In Pradip Thomas and Michael Bromley (Ed.), An introduction to communication and social change (pp. 25-35) St.Lucia, Qld, Australia: University of Queensland Press. 122 4
Thomas, P. N. (2007). Communication and Social Change: Expanding the research agenda. In Srampickal, J. and Aram, A. (Ed.), Understanding Development Communication First ed. (pp. 143-162) New Delhi, India: Media House. 92  
Thomas, Pradip Ninan (2008). Communication as an Academic Field: South Asia. In Wolfgang Donsbach (Ed.), The International Encyclopedia of Communication (pp. Online-Online) Oxford, U.K.: Blackwell Publishing. doi:10.1111/b.9781405131995.2008.x 45   0
Louw, P.E., Thomas, P. and Servaes, J.E.J. (2005). Communication for Development and Social Change. In: Beris Gwynne, Future Directions for Australia's Relations with her Neighbours: Critical Issues in Health, Development Communication and peace-building. Future Directions for Australia's Relations with her Neighbours, Customs House, Brisbane, (1-6). 5 Sept 2005. 74  
Thomas, P. (2005). Contested futures: Indian media at the crossroads. In R. A. Hackett and Y. Zhao (Ed.), Democratizing global media: One world, many struggles (pp. 81-99) Lanham, USA: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Inc.. 50 3
Thomas, Pradip (2005). CRIS and global media governance: Communication rights and social change. In: C. Bailey and K. Barnett, Social Change in the 21st Century 2005 Conference Proceedings. Social Change in the 21st Century, Brisbane, Australia, (1-11). 28 October 2005. 75  
Thomas, Pradip N. (2009) Cyanide for gold: Dealing with e-waste. Media Development, 4 39-42. 65  
Thomas, Pradip Ninan (2014). Development communication and social change in historical context. In Karin Gwinn Wilkins, Thomas Tufte and Rafael Obregon (Ed.), The handbook of development communication and social change (pp. 7-19) Chichester, United Kingdom: Wiley-Blackwell. doi:10.1002/9781118505328.ch1 48 3 0
Thomas, Pradip Ninan (2003) Digital Cohabitations: The Social Consequences of Convergent Technologies. Media Development, 2 3-12. 87  
Pradip N.Thomas, (2009). Digital divide. In Stephen W. Littlejohn and Karen A. Foss (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Communication Theory (pp. 310-312) Los Angeles: Sage. 61  
Thomas, Pradip Ninan Digital India: Understanding information, communication and social change. New Delhi, India: Sage Publications India, 2012. 97 3
Louw, P E, Servaes, J E J and Thomas, P N (2006) Drugs, development and the media: How has the media performed? Can it perform better?. Development Bulletin, Feb 69: 36-38. 77  
Lee, Philip and Thomas, Pradip Ninan (2012). Endnote. In Philip Lee and Pradip Ninan Thomas (Ed.), Public memory, public media and the politics of justice (pp. 200-207) Basingstoke, United Kingdom: Palgrave Macmillan. 56 11
Thomas, Pradip (2010) Exploring Indian Media. Australian Journalism Review, 32 2: 139-140. 65  
Thomas, Pradip Ninan (2003) Gats and trade in audio-visuals: Culture, politics and empire. Economic and Political Weekly, 38 33: 3485-3493. 42  
Thomas, Pradip Ninan and Lee, Philip (2012). Global and local televangelism: An introduction. In Pradip Ninan Thomas and Philip Lee (Ed.), Global and local televangelism (pp. 1-15) New York: Palgrave Macmillan. 114 5 0
Thomas, Pradip N. (2008) Information technologies and the life-sciences. Media Development, LV 3: 25-31. 33  
Thomas, P. N. and Nyamnjob, F. B. (2007). Intellectual property challenges in Africa: Indigenous knowledge systems and the fate of connected worlds.. In Mazonde, E. N. and Thomas, P. N. (Ed.), Indigenous Knowledge Systems and Intellectual Property in the Twenty-First Century First ed. (pp. 12-25) Dakar: Council for the Development of Social Science Research in Africa, WACC. 66  
Rønning, Helge, Thomas, Pradip, Tomaselli, Keyan G. and Teer-Tomaselli, Ruth (2006) Intellectual property rights and the political economy of culture. Critical Arts: A Journal of South-North Cultural Studies, 20 1: 1-19. doi:10.1080/02560040608557773 92 1 0
Thomas, Pradip Ninan and van de Fliert, Elske Interrogating the theory and practice of communication for social change. Basingstoke, United Kingdom: Palgrave Macmillan, 2014. 10  
Thomas, P. N. and Servaes, J. E. J. (2006). Introduction. In P. Thomas and J. Servaes (Ed.), Intellectual Property Rights and Communications in Asia: Conflicting Traditions (pp. 11-24) New Dehli: Sage. 29  
Lee, Philip and Thomas, Pradip Ninan (2012). Introduction: Public media and the right to memory: Towards an encounter with justice. In Philip Lee and Pradip Ninan Thomas (Ed.), Public memory, public media and the politics of justice (pp. 1-22) Basingstoke, Hampshire, United Kingdom: Palgrave Macmillan. 62 9 0
Thomas, P N and Servaes, J E J (2006). IPR and communications: Markets, communities and the public domain. In Pradip Thomas and Jan Servaes (Ed.), Intellectual property rights and communications in Asia : Conflicting traditions (pp. 241-249) New Dehli: Sage. 46 2
Thomas, P. N. (2006). Karaoke Christianity: Christian TV, new churches and the neo-pentecostal turn in Chennai. In: Proceedings of: International Conference on Fundamentalism and the Media. International Conference on Fundamentalism and the Media, Boulder, Colorado, United States of America, (1-35). 10-12 October 2006. 135  
Thomas, Pradip N. (2008). Making a difference: The right to information movement and social change. In Lee, Philip (Ed.), Communicating Peace: Entertaining Angels Unawares (pp. 137-155) Penang, Malaysia: Southbound Penang. 98 1
Pradip N.Thomas, (2009). Media democracy. In Stephen W. Littlejohn and Karen A. Foss (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Communication Theory (pp. 627-630) Los Angeles: Sage. 38  
Thomas, Pradip (2004). Media ownership and communication rights in India. In Pradip Thomas and Zaharom Nain (Ed.), Who Owns the Media? Global Trends and Local Resistances (pp. 213-226) London ; New York ; Penang, Malaysia: Southbound in association with WACC and Zed Press. 85  
Pradip N.Thomas, (2009). Media sovereignty. In Stephen W. Littlejohn and Karen A. Foss (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Communication Theory (pp. 643-644) Los Angeles: Sage. 33  
Thomas, Pradip (2012) Muscular religions and the media in South Asia. South Asian Journal, 38 56-72. 48 3
Thomas, Pradip Ninan Negotiating communication rights: Case studies from India. New Delhi, India: Sage Publications, 2011. 58 2
Thomas, Pradip (2012). News makers in the era of citizen journalism: The view from India. In Judith Clarke and Michael Bromley (Ed.), International news in the digital age: East-West perceptions of a new world order (pp. 149-165) New York, NY, United States: Routledge. 194 1
Thomas, Pradip Ninan (2010). No policy as policy: The politics of broadcasting in India. In: International Communication Association 60th Annual Conference: Pre-conference on ‘Chindia’ Challenge to Global Communication, Suntec City, Singapore, (). June 22 2010. 83  
Thomas, Pradip N. (2010) On the journey of concepts. Media Development, 4: 29-32. 67 2
Van de Fliert, Elske, Thi Vuong, Pham, Thi Minh Hien, Do, Thomas, Pradip and Nicetic, Oleg (2010). Out of comfort zones, into realities: Research for development with upland ethnic minority communities in North West Vietnam. In: Ika Darnhofer and Michaela Grötzer, Proceedings of the 9th European IFSA Symposium. 9th European IFSA Symposium, Vienna, Austria, (330-342). 4-7 July 2010. 64 1
Thomas, Pradip Ninan Political economy of communications in India: The good, the bad and the ugly. New Delhi, India: Sage Publications, 2010. 151 13
Thomas, Pradip Ninan (2014) Public hearings and public spheres in India: the case of the Right to Information (RTI) Movement. Media International Australia, 152 152: 133-142. 14 1 0
Thomas, Pradip Ninan (2014) Public sector software and the revolution: digital literacy in communist Kerala. Media, Culture and Society, 36 2: 258-268. doi:10.1177/0163443714526553 16 1 0 Cited 0 times in Scopus0 2
Thomas, Pradip Ninan (2012) Public sector software, participatory communications and social change. Nordicom Review, 33 Special Issue: 77-90. doi:10.2478/nor-2013-0027 32 4 0
Thomas, Pradip Ninan (2013) Redeeming all India radio: Public (Service) Broadcasting and Communication Rights. Economic and Political Weekly, 48 31: 34-39. 26 2 Cited 0 times in Scopus0
Pradip N.Thomas, (2009) Selling God/saving souls: Religious commodities, spiritual markets and the media. Global Media and Communication, 5 1: 57-76. doi:10.1177/1742766508101314 70 3 Cited 6 times in Scopus6 0
Thomas, Pradip Ninan Strong Religion, Zealous Media: Christian Fundamentalism and Communication in India. New Delhi, India: Sage, 2008. 71 10

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