"Effect Of Indian Cinema On Society" Essays and Research Papers

  • Effect Of Indian Cinema On Society

    heads the Children's Film Society of India. (india devine.com) Dont u think the kind of movies coming in bollywood today r polluting our rich culture? these filmmakers belong to high society & spend most of there time me in foreign countries so they depict the lifestyle of those counties in Indian movies which is no where close to our culture.The life of Delhi& Mumbai is diff from other cities.asmovies have a very strong effect on Indian masses so these film makers...

    Bimal Roy, Bollywood, Cinema of India 663  Words | 2  Pages

  • 100 Years of Indian Cinema

    An Essay on 100 YEARS OF INDIAN CINEMA A hundred years ago Dada Saheb Phalke made a movie about a king who never lied. Phalke’s inspiration came from an English film ‘The Life and Passion of Christ’ and he too wanted to translate the lives of Indian Gods to the screen. His first production ‘Raja Harishchandra’ was screened at Coronation Cinema in Mumbai on 3 May 1913 marking the beginning of Indian cinema. Regarded as the father of the Indian cinema, Phalke went on to make several silent films...

    Bollywood, Cinema of India, Dadasaheb Phalke 1036  Words | 3  Pages

  • Indian Cinema

    just like there are theaters that in America that show Bollywood movies. Bollywood is known as the nickname for the popular Indian cinema industry. It gets its name from mixing the two names Bombay and Hollywood. Bombay is the original name for Mumbai before it changed its name back to Mumbai. Mumbai is the capital city of Bollywood and the birthplace of Indian cinema. Mumbai, Maharashtra is the equivalent to Hollywood, California. Maharashtra is one of 28 states that combine to make the overpopulated...

    Actor, Bollywood, Cinema of India 894  Words | 3  Pages

  • Indian Parallel Cinema

    02/18/2010 Indian Parallel Cinema While Indian Cinema known as Bollywood was thriving in the 1950s, the film industry also saw the emergence of a new Parallel Cinema movement. A group of film-makers broke with the past traditions and made exciting, experimental and innovating films (Gupta 11). Indian Parallel Cinema is a specific genre of Indian cinema which is known for its serious content, realism and naturalism, which reflected social and politics during those times (Gupta 14). Indian parallel...

    Bimal Roy, Bollywood, Cinema of India 874  Words | 3  Pages

  • Impact of Indian Cinema

    IMPACT OF CINEMA ON THE INDIAN SOCIETY Cinema has become the most powerful form of Mass Media since the day it was introduced to the world. The Lumiere Brothers who invented the ‘ Cinematograph’ ( a compact and portable device which with a few adjustments could be used as a projector , camera or a printing machine) declared that the cinema is an invention without a future. The primitive form of cinema were ‘ living photographic pictures’ which attempted to produce reality. If Cinema in reality...

    Cinema of India, Cinematographer, Cinematography 1103  Words | 3  Pages

  • Ethics in Indian Cinema

    religious beliefs." "Being ethical is doing what the law requires." "Ethics consists of the standards of behavior our society accepts." "I don't know what the word means." Ethics in Indian Cinema India is the largest film producing industry in the world and its cinema is becoming increasingly popular in various countries around the globe. The Indian Cinema consists of films produced across India, which includes the cinematic cultures of Andhra Pradesh, Assam, Bihar, Gujarat...

    Bollywood, Cinema of India, Ethics 2146  Words | 6  Pages

  • 100 Years of Indian Cinema. Essay

    Tracing the history, birth and evolution of Indian cinema is always an exhilarating experience. According to historians, Harischandra Sakharam Bhatvadekar (Save Dada, 1868- 1958) and Hiralal Sen were among the pioneers who produced moving images in India for the first time. Bhatvadekar was part of the audience which attended Lumière’s actuals screened for the first time in India, at Watson Hotel in Bombay by Lumière’s agent, Marius Sestier, in 1896.                                               ...

    Asian cinema, Bengali cinema, Bollywood 2499  Words | 7  Pages

  • The Indian Act and Its Effect on Modern Society

    The Indian Act and its Effect on Modern Society The Indian Act is one of the most outdated and irrelevant pieces of legislature ever written. In 1876, the Crown consolidated all existing laws pertaining to Indians, and called this new document the Indian Act. They did not solicit input from Aboriginal people and in fact, at that time, Aboriginal people were not even allowed to vote for or against the politicians who were creating this Act. If this Act was written in 1876, what effect could it...

    Aboriginal peoples in Canada, First Nations, Government 2239  Words | 6  Pages

  • History of Indian Cinema

    in India the Centenary of Indian Cinema. It was a 100 years ago the first Indian film “Raja Harishchandra” was made by the métier of Indian cinema, none other than Dhundiraj Govind Phalke, better known as The Father Of Indian Cinema. His adamant character and hardwork fulfilled his dream of having in India a Desi Film Enterprise which he made into reality with his own Phalke Film Company which later integrated with The Hindustan Film Company. Even though Indian Cinema bloomed in 1912 it took time...

    Cinema of India, Cinema of Kerala, Film 1527  Words | 4  Pages

  • indian cinema

    Blatant disregard of commitment, multiple partners, open relationships and premarital sexual escapades are a few things that have had no place in Indian culture. That is, until Bollywood decided to reinvent entertainment. What initially shocked now merely intrigues. Packaged as harmless entertainment, movies are slowly changing the way we see things. Does real life inspire reel life or does real life aspire to what is projected in reel life? The truth probably lies somewhere in between. Art — be...

    Adultery, Aishwarya Rai, Fornication 825  Words | 3  Pages

  • Cinema: Films

    he needs some sort of entertainment and relaxation. Cinema has proved a wonderful and forceful means of entertainment and amusement. A young man of today can go without food but not without a film. The cinema is the cheapest and the most popular form of amusement. Laborers can afford to miss their evening meal, not their evening show. Students prefer films to reading books. Thus, cinema exercises a very powerful effect on society. Cinema is a universal teacher. It educates the people in different...

    Cinema of India, Documentary film, Feature film 1414  Words | 4  Pages

  • 100 Years of Indian Cinema - 1

    100 YEARS OF INDIAN CINEMA Indian Cinema has now completed 100 years on April 21, 2012, a country where over 1,000 films are made every year, in several languages. During these long years Indian cinema has broken many new grounds and established several milestones. The Times of India, India's major newspaper then, hailed it as "the marvel of the century". As writer and essayist Mukul Kesavan wrote, "The art of the cinema was fashioned in India at the same time as it was developed in the West". The...

    Amitabh Bachchan, Asian cinema, Bengali cinema 1448  Words | 4  Pages

  • Indian Cinema and Communalism

    INDIAN CINEMA AND COMMUNAL POLITICS “Pictures can and do make a difference. Strong images of historical events do have an impact on society. They can help with change.” -Charles Moore Indian Cinema or Bollywood produces over 750 films a year, released across 12,000 theatres in the country. Popular for its tear-jerking plots, colourful and exotic...

    Amitabh Bachchan, Bollywood, Cinema of India 1066  Words | 3  Pages

  • 100 Years of Indian Cinema summary

    It's been a hundred years, and yet the fascination for movies has not faded for a nation of one billion Indians. When Dadasaheb Phalke, the father of Indian Cinema, released his epochal feature film Raja Harishchandra on 3rd May 1913, it is unlikely that either the exhibitors or the pioneer film maker realized they were unleashing a mass entertainment medium that would hold millions in sway for the next hundred years. The French might have introduced the concept of moving images, but little did...

    Amitabh Bachchan, Bollywood, Cinema of India 1283  Words | 4  Pages

  • indian society

    Features of Indian Society Society is group of people interacting with each other due to similarities among them as well as differences among them. Our Indian society is said to have “Unity in diversity”. Our preamble recognizes India as a Union of States only because of the vast diversity. some of the features of Indian society are as follows: Hindu way of life: Hindu religion is the indigenous religion of India. And it is said that tolerance and non-violence of Hindu way of life shape the nation...

    Caste, Endogamy, Family 877  Words | 3  Pages

  • Women and Sexuality in Indian Cinema

    SEXUALITY AND INDIAN CINEMA By Shoma A. Chatterji WORD-COUNT: 1900 Recent films like Tauba Tauba, Murder, Julie and Jism have focussed on something not explored before in mainstream cinema - the sexuality of the Indian woman. Though this has given the director and producer ample scope for exploring the anatomy of the woman in a hundred different ways to lure the box office, the one positive spin-off of these films is that they have uncovered the sexual desires of the Indian woman. The...

    Female, Gender, Human sexual behavior 1972  Words | 6  Pages

  • Indian Cinema and Communalism

    INDIAN CINEMA AND COMMUNALISM. From its very beginnings the film industry has been a tool to entertain people. This revolutionary medium has affected our lives, our society and our social system a lot. Whether it is on the social front, or economic, political or religious front, it has gained popularity, earned money and influenced people at large. One industry in particular has become a multi-billion dollar entity, the Bollywood film industry is one with an identity recognizable world-wide. ...

    Aamir Khan, Bollywood, Chak De! India 1264  Words | 3  Pages

  • Women Role in Indian Cinema

      | Women     Significant Women Roles in Indian CinemaInnovative women roles in Indian films, especially mainstream cinema, are few and far between. Some creative directors, working within the mainstream format, however have given us some meaty characters. Several women-significant films were made in the early days of Indian cinema like "Achchyut Kanya," which touched the theme of untouchability. Bimal Roy made a few films inspired by the novels of Sarat Chatterjee like "Biraj Bou", "Devdas" and...

    Aparna Sen, Bengali cinema, Bollywood 1575  Words | 5  Pages

  • Culture and Indian Movies

    article ‘’impact of Indian movies on Pakistani youth’’ it is stated that Indian actors and Indian movies are very much popular in Pakistani youth. In Pakistan the Bollywood movies are very much famous and the real reason of Indian movies popularity is the step by step downward of our Pakistani showbiz industry. It is said that Urdu language became famous all over the world because of Indian Movies. Indian movies are promoting Indian culture and you would obviously know that all the Indian movies are based...

    Bollywood, Cinema of India, Culture 1514  Words | 4  Pages

  • Television, and Its Effects on the Indian Population

    Television, and its effects on the Indian population Ever since the advent of modern communication technology that has allowed people around the world to communicate ever so easily, the world itself seems like a smaller space. Broadcasting is an especially effective manner through which millions of people are able to become unified on the basis that they are common recipients of a particular message. One of the most powerful transmitters of these messages is of course the television; programs...

    Culture, India, Mass media 2287  Words | 7  Pages

  • Effect of Bollywood on the Status of Indian Women

    Rahil Rajesh Gala Media Studies Professor Sylvia Martin 6th April, 2010. Fight for your rights: The effect of Bollywood on the status of Indian women. “However much a mother may love her children, it is all but impossible her to provide high-quality child care if she herself is poor and oppressed, illiterate and uninformed, anaemic and unhealthy, has five or six other children...

    Amartya Sen, Bollywood, Cinema of India 1744  Words | 5  Pages

  • Censorship in indian cinema

    Censorship in Indian Cinema "Censorship is when a work of art expressing an idea which does not fall under current convention is seized, cut up, withdrawn, impounded, ignored, maligned, or otherwise made inaccessible to its audience." The controversy around the denial of the censor certificate to Anand Patwardhan's film War and Peace (Jang aur Aman) — the filmmaker was asked to make 21 cuts — raises certain questions. Why is the State interested in censoring what we see? What is it that it thinks...

    Censorship, Cinema of India, Film 1571  Words | 4  Pages

  • Effects of French & Indian War

    Effects of French & Indian War The French and Indian War, or The Seven Years War, had a significant impact on American colonists, their relationship with the motherland of Great Britain but none more so than the Indian tribes of the interior. Britain’s victory over France would, in essence, change the world at that time. It would not create a peaceful existence for those remaining in the Colonies. Hostilities grew at an alarming rate within the interior of the country due in part to an Indian...

    American Revolution, British Empire, French and Indian War 774  Words | 3  Pages

  • Indian Culture

    in South Asia. India is bounded by the Indian ocean on the south, Arabian sea in the south-west and bay of Bengal in the south-east. It shares borders with Pakistan in the west, china, Nepal and Bhutan in the north-east and with Burma and Bangladesh in the east. India’s Andaman Nicobar islands share a maritime borders with Thailand and Indonesia. Home to the ancient Indus Valley Civilisation and a region of historic trade routes and vast empires, the Indian subcontinent was identified with its commercial...

    Culture, East India Company, India 1591  Words | 5  Pages

  • New Avenues of Revenue in Indian Cinema

    Sunitha Assistant Professor, VVISM New avenues of revenue in Indian CinemaIndian media Industry is soon being recognized as the next sunrise industry after the growth of the Information Technology sector” - Subhash Ghai (renowned film maker) Abstract: Indian cinema which has got the status of film industry in the year of 2000 is making 900 movies in a year with Rs.5, 000 crores of revenue per annum. The major revenue source for Indian cinema is domestic box office collections. But, of late the scenario...

    Bollywood, Cinematography, Film 2147  Words | 6  Pages

  • Effects of Alcohol and Drugs in Society

    Cultural Anthropology Prof Liddy 18 April 2012 The Effects of Alcohol in Society and Culture When alcohol is introduced to a culture or society, it can often affect it in many different ways. The outcomes can be violent or can cause peace among people. When alcohol is involved, humans tend to become more violent and out going. They will often do things that they wouldn’t normally do, and act in a strange way. Different cultures and societies respond different to alcohol in terms of how much they...

    Addiction, Amethyst Initiative, Culture 1326  Words | 4  Pages

  • Superstitions in Indian Society

    Superstitions in Indian Society Superstitions are a commonly witnessed phenomenon. They can be seen anywhere, anytime, whether at home, in office or on the way. People of every caste, creed or community are superstitious. Though the forms of superstition may vary, their presence can be felt in every society. It is a universal phenomenon. Even the people of highly rational West are superstitious. It is an integral part of human society. To stop all of a sudden to see a cat crossing our path is a...

    India, Luck, Physical therapy 1674  Words | 5  Pages

  • Impact of new trends in indian cinema on society

    dominated by Akanksha. He’s funny and good looking. Sunita:- Durga’s mother is a worker in the farms of the zamindar and has an affair with an accountant there, she is a widow and due to the affair has to go through various problems with Durga and the society. Ramji- He is Durga’s step father, and an accountant at the Zamindar’s palce. He’s a pervert, drunkard and doesn’t respect anyone. Beginning..... 2016 A bus filled with college students is on their way to a picnic spot at the outskirts of Mumbai...

    Bus transport, Durga, Inspector 1182  Words | 3  Pages

  • middle cinema

    Cinema and society are interrelated; this affiliation extends further than the boundaries of entertainment and diversion. One of the most vibrant, admired and influential film industries in the world is the Hindi Film Industry, popularly recognised as Bollywood. It is known for its diversity and uniqueness, the journey of Hindi cinema from the early 19th century to the present times is a fascinating story of Indian culture, history and tradition. Regardless of its diverse ethos, popular fan following...

    Asian cinema, Bengali cinema, Bollywood 883  Words | 3  Pages

  • National Cinema

    Is the label “national cinema” still a useful one? Critically evaluate the usefulness of the term in relation to at least two films from this course. 1. floating life 2. chunking express 3. my blueberry night Like different countries have different culture, customs and give people different feeling, as an important part of one’s culture industry, movies from different places gives people different sense of feeling. That’s the magic of National cinema. But under the big trend of globalisation...

    China, Chinese language, Chungking Express 2708  Words | 7  Pages

  • The Effects of Television on Society

    08.06.13 The Negative Effects of the Television on Society From past to present, the World has become a remarkable area due to new innovations such as social and technological ones. Also, these innovations influence on society because innovations are not casual things to accept immediately and when they exist in life, community is altered thoroughly. In addition, technological innovations have more essential effects than social innovations because in this century...

    Family, Nutrition, Obesity 1218  Words | 4  Pages

  • The Advantages and Disadvantages of the Cinema

    different forms has been introduced in healthy and civilized society. Dance, drama, singing, puppet show and various other forms of entertainment have found favour with the people. Today life of man has grown complex, full of worries, cares and anxieties. The mechanized Way of life has bred monotony, therefore his modes of entertainment have also undergone revolutionary change. The latest and the most popular form of recreation is Cinema. Its phenomenal popularity and development is due to its mass...

    Common Man, Film, Life 907  Words | 3  Pages

  • Indian Cinema

    Introduction Indian Cinema is very powerful medium to communicate with Viewers. Films are not only the popular medium of Entertainment but it is also the powerful medium of Education. Cinema means a creative expressions ; it performs the functions of Mass Media , such as Education & Transmission of culture. Films are widely popular and thus Audio Visual nature provides people a pervasive power of social influence. It works as a catalyst for social change. Today Cinema Commands the respect accorded...

    Art, Box office, Change 438  Words | 2  Pages

  • Status of Women in Indian Society

    of Women in Indian Society Abstract: The worth of a civilization can be judged by the place given to women in the society. One of several factors that justify the greatness of India's ancient culture is the honorable place granted to women. The Muslim influence on India caused considerable deterioration in the status of women. They were deprived of their rights of equality with men. Raja Ram Mohan Roy started a movement against this inequality and subjugation. The contact of Indian culture with...

    Bengal Renaissance, Brahmo Samaj, India 2175  Words | 6  Pages

  • Media Violence Effects on Society

    Media Violence: Effects on society “Millions of teens have seen the 1996 movie Scream…Scream opens with a scene in which a teenage girl is forced to watch her jock boyfriend tortured and then disemboweled by two fellow students who, it will eventually be learned, want revenge on anyone from high school who crossed them. After jock boy's stomach is shown cut open and he dies screaming, the killers stab and torture the girl, then cut her throat and hang her body from a tree so that Mom can discover...

    Aggression, Entertainment, Film 1930  Words | 5  Pages

  • role of women in cinema

    The Role of Women in Bollywood in the Last 60 Years (1952 to 2012)” ABSTRACT The Indian cinema has known to take its viewers to a world which is blatantly different from the reality. Amongst the various forms of media, the Indian cinema undoubtedly is a very popular media of mass consumption. Unknowingly, and also most of the times deliberately, it is and has been responsible for moulding opinions, constructing images and reinforcing dominant cultural values. This research deals with the study...

    Bimal Roy, Bollywood, Cinema of India 1102  Words | 4  Pages

  • Positive Effects of Technology on Society.

    Shawn Ellis The Postitive Effects of Technology on Society. In the last twenty years the computer has changed the way we work, live, and communicate. This incredible form of technology is a major part in our society today. Social networking sites like Facebook and MySpace have made communicating with our peers more convenient than ever before. Websites like YouTube have made people overnight celebrities and the Internet as a whole has made our society run more efficiently. Overall I believe...

    Facebook, Google, MySpace 1346  Words | 4  Pages

  • Sati: Human and Indian Society

    socio-cultural life in India. Religious faiths and social customs are two sensitive aspects with which Indians are emotionally involved. Little amount of interference might lead to unrest and resentment against the British Rule. Only after 1813, when the British felt politically safe and secured they stopped forward for introducing changes for transformation or modernization of Indian society and culture. Two factors primarily promoted the British to introduce a series of reforms for modernization...

    Human, India, Lord George Bentinck 1397  Words | 5  Pages

  • Cinema

    Before Cinema In the late eighteenth century most consumers enjoyed their entertainment in an informal, haphazard and often non-commercial way. When making a trip they could suddenly meet a roadside entertainer, and their villages were often visited by traveling showmen, clowns and troubadours. Seasonal fairs attracted a large variety of musicians, magicians, dancers, fortune-tellers and sword-swallowers. Only a few large cities harbored legitimate theaters, strictly regulated by the local and national...

    Advertising, Broadcasting, Film 1290  Words | 4  Pages

  • Status of Woman in Indian Society

    STATUS OF WOMEN IN THE PAST TO THE PRESENT Ancient India:- In ancient India, the women enjoyed equal status with men in all fields of life. Works by ancient Indian grammarians such as Patanjali and Katyayana suggest that women were educated in the early Vedic period. Rigvedic verses suggest that the women married at a mature age and were probably free to select their husband. Scriptures such as Rig Veda and Upanishads mention several women sages and seers, notably Gargi and Maitreyi. According...

    Bengal, British Raj, History of India 1240  Words | 4  Pages

  • Climatic Change and Its Effect on Society

    and Its Effect on Society There has been a significant climatic change that has taken place throughout the years on Earth. These changes have effected society in more than one way. However, there is nothing society can do about the long term influences of climatic changes. Society has tended to address the short term effects of climatic changes that influence the global temperatures within the life span of present generations. The following will show how climatic changes does effect society, health...

    Climate, Climate change, Global warming 869  Words | 3  Pages

  • Indian Cinema - Om Shanti Om

    flamboyance and glamour, something that certainly transfers over to Indian Cinema. Released in 2007 throughout the world, Om Shanti Om was a tremendously successful film both in India and abroad. Even in the United States, it was greatly popular while only opening in a select amount of theaters. Directed by Farah Khan and produced by Gauri khan, Om Shanti Om served as a parody on many of the quintessential stereotypes of Indian cinema. It was not a hostile film, as most of the stars being parodied...

    Actor, Bollywood, Cinema of India 1251  Words | 3  Pages

  • effect of bollywood

    Part of the Indian film industry known as Bollywood, produced its first silent film in 1913 and its first sound film in 1931, two unique ‘firsts’ both of which occurred before India’s independence in 1947. Post Independence era of the 1950s and 1960s is often termed Bollywood’s Golden Age, during which Bollywood produced numerous critically acclaimed movies.  From the late 1960s-Present, the Modern Age of Bollywood has brought this Hindi Cinema under an international limelight. Bollywood actors...

    A. R. Rahman, Bengali cinema, Bollywood 979  Words | 3  Pages

  • effects of retribution on American society

    effects of retribution on American society Research Paper Assignment Directions Option B: Punishment Recommended Web Sites: The following are suggested Web sites that can be used to research information for the paper: U.S. Census Bureau at http://www.census.gov World Population Information at http://www.census.gov/ipc/www/world.html Population Connection at http://www.populationconnection.org The World Factbook at http://www.cia.gov/cia/publications/factbook/index.html Bureau...

    Crime, Criminal law, Criminology 2001  Words | 7  Pages

  • Indian Cinema

    In India, cinema is very near to the lives of people or we can say that it is in the heart of the people. The large screen provides an alternative, an escape from the realities of day-to-day life. People cry, laugh, sing, dance and enjoy emotions through cinema. The study of Indian cinema would throw light on the progress of technology, especially cinematography, and the changing political scene and social values and attitudes. The first films were the silent films launched by Phalke, which had...

    Aparna Sen, Bollywood, Cinema of India 553  Words | 2  Pages

  • effect of gandhi on indian culture

    Analysis of Effect of Gandhi on Indian culture India has both a rich cultural history spanning multiple millenniums, and is the 2nd most populated country on earth with a population of 1,155 million (C1), trailing China’s population of 1,331 million but leading the 3rd most populated country on earth by a whopping 275% — the United States, which has 308 million people. However, many people in India are very poor and under-nourished, lacking proper food, water, shelter, infrastructure, education...

    British Raj, India, Indian independence movement 1420  Words | 4  Pages

  • Technology and the Negative Effects on Society

    Introduction Since the industrial revolution, society has become more and more dependent on technology. So much so that we sometimes lack the willingness to think before we act. We become impatient if it takes more than a few seconds to download a copy of the morning news paper. We expect immediate responses to our email, and we expect someone to answer their cell phone whenever and wherever we call. “Industrialization resulted in rapid and sustained economic growth and a massive increase...

    Automobile, Exxon Valdez, Exxon Valdez oil spill 1610  Words | 5  Pages

  • Cinema

    Understanding Korean Cinema Yuki Kudoh The housemaid in 1960 First of all, I never seen Korean movie before this class, and I learned many things through the this course especially thorough the 3 movies which is the housemaid and Mother and a Guest. The Korean New Wave. To the uninitiated, that's where it all began. In the late 1990's, Korean cinema began to gain a worldwide reputation as a force to be reckoned with. This "Korean New Wave", or so it was called, saw the interest in (and popularity...

    Cinema of Korea, Grand Bell Awards, Kim Ki-young 1955  Words | 5  Pages

  • Mass Media and Its Effects on Today's Society

    the girl didn't realize what she was saying, but it's an excellent example of how malleable human beings are. Television is an unprecedented powerful medium, combining rapid sight and sound in a way that has a tremendous and impacted psychological effect. Companies wouldn't pay millions of dollars for a 30-second commercial during major sporting events like the Olympics if this weren't the case. Adults may not run around their living rooms chanting "I want to drive a Land cruiser!" but millions of...

    Human, Nickelodeon, Reality television 863  Words | 3  Pages

  • Representation of Women in Cinema

    Representation of Woman in Cinema The identity of a person is fluid and constituted by ideologies stemming from many apparatuses. One such apparatus is cinema. Ideologies emanating from it subsume us consciously or unconsciously. This assignment will foreground the role of cinema in the construction of female, feminine and feminist. Since the start of cinema in 1896, the roles men and women play in films have been subjected to a continuous evaluation...

    Cinema of India, Female, Femininity 1508  Words | 4  Pages

  • Television's Positive Effects on Society

    Television's Positive Effects on Society Nichole VanSickle Richard Zlogar Fr. Eng. Comp. 101-18 31 October 1996 According to Marie Winn and her essay "The Plug-In Drug," television has various negative effects on our society today. In her essay Winn explores the ways in which television has harmfully caused disruptions with the quality of family life, rituals, and values. She recognizes there is a problem with our society and the way in which it is consistently influenced...

    American, Convenience, Entertainment 859  Words | 3  Pages

  • Effects of Globalisation on Indian Society

    Indian Society is among the oldest in the world and varied and complex in its heritage. But about 200 years of colonial rule changed its socio-cultural process. India was turned into an appendage of the British empire. British colonial policy transformed its economy, society and polity. The British colonial authority was responsible for the introduction of the modern state in India. They surveyed the land, settled land revenues, created a modern bureaucracy, army, police, instituted law courts and...

    British Empire, Canada, Economics 692  Words | 2  Pages

  • Economics and the Effects on Our Society

    Economics and the Effects on Our Society Post University Maria Krug BUS501 January 13, 2013 Economics and the Effects on Our Society A crucial topic of discussion that we hear among our fellow co-workers, family, friends, or colleagues is how the economy is affecting our daily activities of living. When stating this, there is much debate and question as to how our money is valued and the effects it poses on various aspects of our purchases...

    Consumer theory, Economic growth, Economics 956  Words | 4  Pages

  • Social Networking and Effects on Society

    Social Networking and Effects on Society Wouldn’t you say that online social networking has changed the way society interacts with friends, family and perfect strangers. When someone exposes themselves to these sites, they open the door to allow these people into their lives. Some of them you would have passed on the street and not even thought of befriending. These people you have chosen to interact with, whether they are in your city, another state, another country or just someone you met online...

    Facebook, Internet, Social network aggregation 1341  Words | 3  Pages

  • Youth Migration and Its Effects on Indian Economy

    YOUTH MIGRATION AND ITS IMPACT ON INDIAN ECONOMY ‘INDIA , IS A SLEEPING GIANT.ONE DAY IT WILL WAKE UP AND ATTAIN WORLD GLORY’ These were the words said by SWAMI VEVEKANAND and indeed today the INDIAN ECONOMY is on the brink of an uproar. India is today one of the six fastest growing economies of the world. The country is ranked fourth in terms of Purchasing Power Parity (PPP) in 2010. The business and regulatory environment is evolving and moving towards constant -improvement. A highly talented...

    Developing country, Economics, Economy 1617  Words | 4  Pages

  • revisiting the golden era of hindi cinema

    Revisiting The Golden Era Of Hindi Cinema Introduction : A country of 1.2 billion people, the ancient civilisation of India is a melting pot of cultures and juxtapositions. It is a land that will assault your senses all around. The vibrant colours, exotic aromas, cacophony of sounds, and the amalgamation of flavours will both enchant and offend. Within it more than 20 native dialects are spoken. But in this diversity there is unity found in the common language of their movies. Such is the...

    Asian cinema, Bengali cinema, Bimal Roy 2571  Words | 7  Pages

  • Indian Cinema

    In India Cinema has been a very important means of entertainment. Here, cinema has seen a century of growth, and it has gone very far in the heights of progress. Originally, in India the cinema was a movie only and it was called because we could only see the stars acting, and there was no sound, no talking, no dialogue and no songs. The audiences could only see action. As time passed by, these movies got converted into talkies and, at that time dialogues got introduced in the pictures. This made...

    20th century, 21st century, Actor 690  Words | 2  Pages

  • Effects of social networking on society

    Are social networking sites such as Facebook, MySpace, Twitter and LinkedIn good for society? Justify your position. Communication is what people do everyday; it is how people interact with each other, how they are able to form relationships, and how they are able to understand. However the way people communicate in the twenty first century as a result of social networking sites has changed rapidly. Social networking sites have revolutionised the way people communicate (Karklins & Dalton, 2012)...

    Bullying, Facebook, Internet 1768  Words | 6  Pages

  • Child Proverty and Its Effects on Society

    Running Head: CHILD POVERTY AND ITS EFFECT OF SOCIETY 1 Child Poverty And Its Effects On Society: Dr. Edward Hernendez Introduction to Sociology June 2, 2012 Child Poverty And It’s Effect On Society 2 Poverty, is a problem that affects all citizens. This is an issue that will linger and become worse if not focused on. The reason there is such an abundance of...

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  • Effects of Reality Tv on Society

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