• Does Indian cinema educate and entertain?
    INDIAN CINEMA... EDUCATES AND ENTERTAINS? Award winning film-maker and actress Nandita Das once said, “Without poets, artists, and film-makers, men would soon weary of nature’s monotony. The sublime idea that men have of the universe would collapse with dizzying speed. The order which we...
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  • Influence of Media
    compared to spending only 900 hours per year in school. With so much time to educate and entertain, it becomes clear that television is indeed a powerful force in how we perceive things; both for adults and for children. Certainly for advertisers, children are a desirable target as they are even less...
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  • Mediaaaaaaaaa
    almost as necessary as food and clothing. It is true that media is playing an outstanding role in strengthening the society; it’s a mirror of the society. Its duty is to inform, educate and entertain the people. There are numerous but vital roles media performs in society. Of these roles major are...
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  • Impact of Movies
    , children who watch violent movies are desensitized to it. They may come to see violence as a fact of life and, over time, lose their ability to empathize with both the victim and the victimizer. THE BODY IMAGE AND FASHION: FASHION has now become inseparable part of youth. Fashion effects to...
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  • Man with the Movie Camera and the Male Gaze
    Cinema, coins the term “male gaze,” where the intermediary, the camera, is metaphorically transformed to the eyes of a male, changing how we view cinema, as well as both men and women immortalized on the silver screen. Dziga Vertov, a Soviet director, wrote and directed an avant-garde, silent...
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  • Violence in Mass Media
    an intrinsic part of many games.” (Carter & Weaver, 2003) Nevertheless video games are designed to entertain, challenge, and sometimes educate, but most of them includes violent content. We have PlayStations, Nintendo, Xbox’s, PC’s, and more. All of these offers people children or adults to...
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  • Ielts
    should entertain people, while others believe that the purpose of museums is to educate. Discuss both views and give you own opinion. 25) These days people pay more attention to artists (writers, painters and so on) and give less importance to science and technology. Do you agree or disagree with...
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  • Partition
    -exotic cache, Bollywood is nothing like cinema of the art-house, New Wave variety, nothing like expressionism - it does not have pretensions of purity. It is defiantly popular, made for the masses and for profit. Therefore, Bollywood as a cinematic form is necessarily adaptive and composite - a...
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  • Print Media
    and Post – do these newspapers inform, educate and entertain us? (Gauge the views of the Participants on this issue) A study done in Australia showed that the print media was not (the study was published in the International Journal for Quality in Health Care. • A good source of community education...
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  • “Film of Germany Before and During the Second World War”
    nationalist media tycoon Alfred Hugenberg - one of Hitler's leading political allies. Ufa's importance increased during the Depression when the advent if talkies, at a time when receipts were falling, forced a further concentration of film production. Film producers and cinema owners were quickly...
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  • Media Helping in Nation Building
    ] | | | |'Media' is the medium of carrying information, education and entertainment to the masses. It is an easier and efficient means of| |communication which plays a key role in the overall development...
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  • Print Media
    magazines are general mass-appeal publications, most are targeted to very specific types of audiences in both the consumer and business markets. Like newspapers, magazines include substantial advertising. Broadcast Media and IMC Broadcast media are also mass media, as the two classes—television and...
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  • Humanities: Total War, Totalitarianism, and the Arts
    films of the Nazi’s in order to use it for political propaganda. In America, on the other hand, film was used in order to entertain the masses while still staying true to the current events. In short, the overall use of both film and photojournalism during the war era was simply to educate and...
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  • Tv Programs
    … and many more. People that watch educational television can find interesting topics that they may want to make a career out of. Also, children can benefit from educational television. For example, children watch shows like blues clues, sesame street that entertain them and educate them. Also, these...
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  • Mr.
    income from all those who owned radio receivers. Reith had established a corporation with aims to inform, educate and entertain the public as a whole, making available cultural experiences that they would otherwise not have seen [HOLLAND, 1997: Page 8]. Up until the 1950s the BBC had a monopoly...
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  • market analysis
    of the small countries in the world. With this figures it is very clear that India has an enormous size of ‘kiddies club’ across all the levels of the society and the children of India deserve a dedicated film genre, a separated special category to entertain them and educate them the moral values...
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  • V the Anti-Hero
    rises from the ashes of chaos offering salvation, only to deliver oppression to the masses while demanding blind obedience in return, or else! In this society/film we are given the various archetype villains to hate (Chancellor Adam Sutler, Mr. Creedy), they are the ones we expect in such a film, and...
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  • Sachin
    intellectual and the elites-all enjoy watching movies in their leisure time with their friends and families. Cinema works as a great unifying factor which brings together the high and the low, the rice and the poor , the young and the old-all under the same roof for next two or three hour . It entertains...
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  • Pr of Directorate of Advertising
    Public Relations division of this organisation was formed keeping in mind of its utility to masses in informing and educating people, rural and urban, about the policies, programmes, messages and achievements of the Government. The PR also keeps motivating them to do better each time. Public...
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  • Amul Essay 8
    become the primary media for communication to the rural masses. Studies reveal that has much has 77% of villages in India now receive TV transmission and 27% of all rural people actually watch TV. The main advantage of this medium is that, it is both spoken and visual. The TV viewership percentage...
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