• HIS 101-03 WESTERN CIVILIZATION II: SINCE 1500 (CRN 40500)
    Revolution, the consequences of the Industrial Revolution, important scientific and cultural transformations, the growth of democratic and totalitarian societies, and the causes and legacies of the world wars of the twentieth century. Class meetings will feature lectures and films and will provide...
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  • globalization
    Cultural Identity." For my research I watched the Bollywood film “I Hate Luv Storys”. Yes, the name contains some obvious grammatical errors, but right off the bat, just reading the title, you can see the impact of globalization; there is obvious integration of American culture shown here. This was...
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  • A Study of the Effect of Economic Policies on the Domestic Film Market
    U.S. film domination. Retaining these policies has important symbolic reasons because market share of the domestic film is related to preserving each country’s cultural sovereignty. However, the effectiveness of the economic policies is murky. If the policies do not bring any advantageous effect to...
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  • Assess the Impact of Foreign Films or Foreign Television Programs on the Culture of Your Society.
    influenced Singaporeans in many different cultural aspects such as our dressing, our traditional core values and our cultural identity. These films and television programs as mentioned, have created both negative and positive impacts on our culture, with the negative impacts outweighing the benefits...
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  • International Business
    . The list of Hollywood films and their impact outside the U.S. is endless. Any movie that you have seen can be linked to cultural value impact, but the effect may not linger. ■ The Lord of the Rings, by J&R Tolkien, is essentially about the struggle between good and evil. However, due to recent...
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  • Niksa
    in order to promote culture, to increase awareness about the beauty of cultural diversity and to induce a long term impact on intercultural cooperation and understanding. This project has 2 main aspects: capturing cultures and promoting diversity in a series of short artistic and creative films...
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  • Mr. Ashiwe Olise
    State Polytechnic, Ikorodu, Lagos State, Nigeria ABSTRACT This study examines the impact of western films on teenagers as it affects the promotion of cultural heritage in African society with particular reference to Nigerian society. Much after the independence across the continent, one of the...
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  • Globalization
    market sucha as China, allows Pixar to get resource at lower prices and due to the Governments offer cross- cultural financial incentives for film production allows Pixar to lower production costs as well. However due to the lower barries entry, competition in animated film industy geting fierce...
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  • Culture Matters: Consumer Acceptance U.S. Films in Foreign Markets
    Reflection 01 Culture Matters: Consumer Acceptance U.S. Films in Foreign Markets Executive Summary Culture has a profound influence on all aspects of human behavior. Its impact may be subtle or pronounced, direct or indirect, enduring or temporary. In this article, the authors examine the...
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  • Global Media
    firms and the access to a global culture is more likely to be a one-way flow from Western countries to developing countries (Thussu 2006: 43-45). Unlike the modernisation theory, negative impacts of globalisation are also stressed in cultural imperialism theory. Firstly, Thussu (2006: 46-50) claimed...
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  • Stuff
    Impact of films In the last fifty years, cinema has become not only a serious art form but a field of study by itself. Continuous advancement in film technology and high level of conceptualization of the film take viewer to the world outside his day-to-day world providing entertainment, which...
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  • Belonging
    belong or the barriers to belonging placed upon them. However, the most powerful influence that can impact an individual’s sense of belonging is their historical, social and cultural context. This is evident in Peter Skrzynecki’s poems, Immigrant Chronicles and Richard LaGravenese’s film, Freedom...
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  • Loko
    appraisal) of 50 top films from Variety.com site in eight countries for six consecutive years. Authors provide three different hypothesis about the impact of cultural factors (1. similarity of the country culture to the USA; 2. degree of Americanization in the country; 3. English language) on the...
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  • Televisiona Nd Culture
    films Scholars of popular culture like Tom Adaba (1987), Briggs Adam and Cobley Paul(1998) and Stanley J. Baran (2002) contend that television and films have had profound impact on cultural traits in the modern world. Of particular importance is the Modeling Theory which states that under certain...
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  • Witness
    Witness The film witness is set in 1984 and was directed by an Australian director Peter Weir. The film depicts the cultural clashes between the American societies and the Amish community in Philadelphia. Peter Weir in his film uses many themes including identity, cultural clash, relationship...
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  • Pakistan and American Policy
    Pakistan with more speed than around the Muslim seat of political power. This again testifies to the cultural values of this area, which were more open and liberal than their counterparts in Central India. The impact of Muslim culture was steady. Starting with the Arabs in Balochistan and Sindh, it...
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  • The Impact of Cultural Capital on Advertisement
    The impact of Cultural Capital on advertisement Class Professor *** Name Date Overview The French sociologist Pierre Bourdieu first proposed the concept of cultural capital. Since the 1980s, social capital has become a popular concept in many disciplines concerned and analysis of...
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  • Italy
    that British people instinctively recognise and value. UK film affects how the British see themselves and how they are viewed by others – for example, a recent study commissioned by the UK Film Council on the cultural impact of British cinema around the world found that UK films “are...
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  • media work
    Buscemi, and Peter Stormare which made it appeal to the American audience and helped boost its cultural impact. This film showed working titles understanding of its audience and it proved that working title can reach masses of success with a different genre of film compared to four weddings and a...
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  • Depiction of Gender in Science Fiction Films.”
    Research proposal: “Depiction of gender in Science fiction Films.” Abstract “Media images of female protagonists reinforce cultural stereotypes about the role of women in world of cinema. These images can have a positive impact on adolescent girls who are making career plans at a time marked by...
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