• English Urdu Relationship
    The Urdu-English Relationship and Its Impact on Pakistan’s Social Development* Introduction Baa, baa, black sheep, have you any wool? Yes sir, yes sir, three bags full, One for my master, one for the dame, And one for the little boy who lives down the lane. The black sheep run the country. The...
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  • Research Paper
    are positive effects of media as well as negative influences of media. In general, "media" refers to various means of communication. For example, television, radio, and the newspaper are different types of media. The term can also be used as a collective noun for the press or news reporting agencies....
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  • Barriers of Communication
    Magazines are periodicals. Anyone can read them anytime. People are relaxed because they know they can’t miss what’s under their magazine’s issue, unlike television reports. Golden Age of Magazines The magazines were one of the most popular forms of art, literature and media from 1970’s to 1990’s. In Pakistan...
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  • MARKETING PROJECT. New Product Development
    Lahore, Gujrat. We divide the GRW market on zone basis i.e. Satellite town, Model town, Urdu bazaar, People colony etc. Demographic Segmentation: (on the family size basis) Now we divide the selected urdu Bazar market on the basis of family size. A family whose has ten members need a wiper after...
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  • English Textbooks
    early experimentation text. Within such children's home life it may be common practice to code switch between different languages, have satellite television broadcasting and newspapers available in several languages; parents and other influential members of the family conversing in different scripts all...
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  • History of Bangladesh
    creation. Muslim scholars and leaders logically believed that Urdu, only spoken by 7%, should be the lingua franca because it had gained a reputation as the cultural symbol of subcontinental Muslims. However, eastern Pakistanis regarded Urdu as the language of the elite, not the language of the people...
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  • Affects of Media, Technology and Education on the Communication Patterns
    they determine thought and action to a major degree Particularly electronic media brought a big change in the attitudes of the people. Among these television is a very powerful medium of communication. Waves of western culture equipped with secularism and materialism are heading towards the Muslim cultures...
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  • journalism
    occurrence took place. After they've thoroughly researched the subject, they use what they uncovered to write an article or create a piece for radio, television or the Internet. Reporting Duties Before journalists can write about a subject, they must first gather information. They usually conduct several...
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  • comparative analysis of fm stations pakistan
    107 PUBLIC INTEREST IN FM RADIO: Even though, television has completely overshadowed its predecessor as a broadcasting channel, still the numbers of radio listeners is immensely growing over the years. Despite the ever growing number of television channels radio to date is considered one of the fastest...
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  • Ict as Enabler of Socio-Economic Devt (Taheer Amid)
    transmit information even to very remote places. For ease of use, we can divide these into old and new ICTs wherein the former one includes Radio, Television, Telephone, Fax, Telegram, etc while the later Hameed, Tahir holds an undergraduate degree in Electronics Engineering and a Masters degree in Computer...
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  • Marketing Plan for Book Publisher
    STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT Introduction: ‘Knowledge Hub’Publishers is a provider of latest academic and research material, the best literary material in Urdu and English by quality writers both local and international. Our customers rest assured that when they purchase a publication of Knowledge Hub they...
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  • Press Laws
    potential advantages to journalists seeking to maintain and enhance their 'freedom of speech'. A few simple examples of such phenomena include: * Satellite television versus terrestrial television: Whilst terrestrial television is relatively easy to manage and manipulate, satellite television is much...
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  • Women Rights
    The children of the nearby houses also come to watch programs. 3.2.3 TELEVISION IS MORE EFFECTIVE FOR VILLAGERS: Now the television sets are abundant, and with the passage of time more and more villagers are acquiring TV sets. Television shows the villagers a whole new world; it is like a window into the...
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  • B.Ed Syallabus
    100 100 100 Time 3 hrs. 3 hrs. 3 hrs. 3 hrs. Methodology of Teaching any two school subjects from the following groups Teaching of English/Hindi/Urdu/Punjabi Teaching of Social Studies Teaching of General Science Teaching of Mathematics Teaching of Commerce Teaching of Music Teaching of Home Science...
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  • National Integration
    “nationalities”, the Punjabis, Sindhis, Pushtoons and the Baloch, a major linguistic group, the Urdu-speaking people, and several smaller ethnolinguistic groups. Recently, however, a party representing the Urdu-speaking people in Sindh has demanded the “nationality” status for its group, while there has...
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  • Two Mediums
    The establishment of two mediums of instruction i.e. English medium and Urdu medium, in Rehman’s view are instrumental in restricting language and power to rich and privileged class and hence the less privileged go to government schools and “are locked out of the power apparatus” 16 Linguists have tried...
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  • Media and Foreign Policy
    action from their elected representatives. Philip Seib from the University of Southern California discusses “new” media, in particular satellite television and the Internet. Seib posits that the media are indeed able to change the status quo of foreign policy by shaping international and domestic public...
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  • Mass Media
    since it had only the state channel. c) Economic boom in telecom in Pakistan. Commercial nature of Media was discovered in the economic advantages related to it. Revenue generated by Media in 2002 was 2 billion and in 2007 this soared to Rs. 17 Billion. d) Literacy rate / level grew...
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  • Wewq
    Suggestions References Abstract Advertising is a pervasive influence on children and adolescents. Young people view more than 40 000 ads per year on television alone and increasingly are being exposed to advertising on the Internet, in magazines, and in schools. This exposure may contribute significantly...
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  • Situation of English Language Teaching
    for example South East Asian English, Singaporean English, African English, and Nigerian English. Pakistan has rich repository of language with Urdu as national language while hundreds of regional languages. Attitude of Pakistani society towards English has always remained ambivalent as it is language...
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