• Female Representation in Hindi Mainstream Cinema
    STATEMENT TO THE PROBLEM Cinema is meant and believed to entertain, to take the viewer to a world that is starkly different from the real one, a world which provides escape from the daily grind of life. Cinema is a popular media of mass consumption which plays a key role in moulding opinions, constructing...
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  • Ielts
    you agree or not. 11) Democratic Government system is not suitable for 3rd world countries do you agree or not. 12) Explain which medium is better cinema or TV. 13) The major cause of health problem is ignorance do you agree or not. 14) People of Northern areas have low regular activities as compare...
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  • 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 find...
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  • Impact of Movies
    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 our lives...
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  • Abcd
    statistics and hence greater profits. As a result, it may seem at first glance that sports and television have developed a symbiotic relationship, where both parties stand to gain. However, with the increasing influence of television in sports, unless this influence is kept in check, the relationship may...
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  • Mass Communication
    development of mass communication has had a largely negative impact on modern social life, creating a kind of bland and homogeneous culture which entertains individuals without challenging them. However, with the advancement in Media Technology, people are no longer receiving gratification without questioning...
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  • Mediaaaaaaaaa
    through easy accessible sources of media. Mainly mass media is involved in providing latest information about whole world, national, and local events. Both print and electronic media provides important function of influencing public opinion, informing with recent developments on all issues, surveillance...
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  • Partition
    lives: in the print media, TV and of course, in our popular cinema, ultimately asking myself the age-old questionsTer Braakraises in his still-radicalessay:what is the role of an artist in any society?What is the place and future of cinema in the world today? In the new "globalvillage"of incessant...
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  • Media Power Is the Only Power
    that media is playing an outstanding role in mobilizing, educating & strengthening society, it’s a mirror of society. Its duty is to inform, educate and entertain the people. It helps us know what’s going on around the globe. The people linked & associated with media put their lives in danger during attacks...
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  • Influence of Media
    etc.) Photography and Electronic (E-mail, the Web, etc.) Those are the prominent Medias as of today. Lastly, the Mass Media which have the power to educate people through advertisement, visuals, clippings and film slides. An effective choice of media and format depends on your audience and the communication...
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  • “Meyerhold and Mayakovsky: Revolution and the First Soviet Play”
    used his yet to sophisticate principles of “bio-mechanics.” Rudnitzky characterizes the acting style of the play as “ascetic, severe and devoid of both the sense of fatality and carnival-like brilliance.” Meyerhold introduced mime, revived from genres like Commedia dell’ Arte and the Japanese Kabuki;...
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  • Violence in Mass Media
    Television violence became a concern of many people and there was a lot of debate about the main purpose of the mass media organizations from it; is it to entertain the audience or is it to manipulate them so they believe what they want them to believe. (Hamilton, 2003) The One thing that we all must worry about...
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  • Role of Music in Social Change
    List of Abbreviations 5 Introduction 6 Awakening 6 Genres in India and the West 7 Striking a Chord with the Masses 8 Countering the Dark Reflections of Music 8 Friction and Harmony 9 The Meaning of Music in the Indian Scenario 9 One with...
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  • Humanities: Total War, Totalitarianism, and the Arts
    to the underlying subject matter of war, cruelty, and death. Challenge Questions: 3. How did film and photojournalism serve in the war era? Both film and photojournalism were incredibly important during the war era. Many photographers were hired by a United States federal agency program in order...
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  • “Film of Germany Before and During the Second World War”
    receipts were falling, forced a further concentration of film production. Film producers and cinema owners were quickly 'coordinated' and the Reich chamber of film regulated the industry as a whole. A Reich Cinema Law was introduced on 16 February 1934, which established the principle of pre-censorship...
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  • Introduction Fo Communication
    influence the masses. Thus technology is only symptomatic of wider social concerns (Potts 1989:11). Using television as an example of how it has changed modern society, television is viewed as the product of scientific and technical research with the ability to inform, educate and entertain, replacing previous...
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  • Blarg
    understood the importance of sports in propaganda, and took advantage of the socio-cultural arena to reiterate symbols, images, and phrases to the masses A. “Sports, and the fascist emphasis on physical education in general were also a means of imposing a growing militarization on civil society...
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  • market analysis
    produced from the beginning to recent past are only predestined for adults and family audience. But now in present days it has been shrinking more to entertain only the adult audience. As per a recent article by Dinamalar Tamil news paper in 28th December 2013 give details that majority of the family audience...
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  • Historical Worth of Films
    Historical films (movies made based on real events in history) are made to entertain but also to educate, the movie "Gladiator" is a representation of this. Often in the pursuit of making a movie that will become a box office block buster the facts are lost in the drama, this does not occur in 'Gladiator'...
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  • Education of Student
    equally available to both. Role of Media in Education Revisited As the reader can see, media plays a large direct and non-direct role in education. Through the advent of new technology the world has been brought closer together in attempts to share knowledge and educate the masses. Media can help and...
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