• Dailysoap Opera
    , handsome and dominating, building it in their minds that that is how it is supposed to be. Not only are the Indian soap operas negative impact on the women of our country it also has an effect on the people around them. They are shooed from the television, not paid attention too, and the loud...
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  • Paper on Food Adulteration
    has left her culture far behind and moved on towards modernization. Bangladeshi Women Even if some Bangladeshi women do not watch Hindi serials, they still look like breeds of Indian television actresses. This is because while these women do not watch or copy the fashions from Hindi serials...
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  • Media as a Space
    numerous celebrities of their own kind some even attaining national fame. TV serials and reality shows are extremely popular with housewives as well as working women. Approximately half of all Indian households own a television, remarkable for a country where 77% of the population lives on less than...
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  • Rural Marketing
    timings. But the 'K' serials had their critics, who slammed the way they portrayed women. Particularly because they were undeniably influential. In a 2007 study, Robert Jensen of Brown University and Emily Oster of the University of Chicago found that soaps had a profoundly positive effect on...
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  • Contemporary Indian Music
    construction of reality” (Morgan, 1990). Therefore, it is believed more appropriate to state that television has indirectly brought change to Indian music through its influence on the social and cultural situations of India. 3. Before outlining the prominent effects on India’s music, it is significant to...
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  • Cultural Diffusion: Scope or Threat
    broadcasting in their country, we are very generous and very host full, so we accept all their channels. Here is a discussion about the harmful effects of indian channels in Bangladesh. This is the main threat of cultural diffusion in Bangladesh. There are some Bangladeshi entertainers who believe that they...
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  • American Televison
    in your class wearing the most expensive Christian Louboutin pumps? Well, you are obviously the part of the ‘affected youth’ we’ll be talking about in the dope sheet! Lets have a look at how these American television series affect the Indian youth. Q1) WHAT IS IT ABOUT THE AMERICAN SERIALS THAT...
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  • Satallite Tv Channel
    television as well as privately owned Indian channels and other media, increased availability of drugs, and often just "to experiment" with drugs. A clinical psychologist, noted that illegal sale of drugs was on the rise in the country. Increasingly young women were getting involved in such a trade...
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  • Female Foeticide
    FEMALE FOETICIDE INTRODUCTION: Contemporary Indian society professes a profound faith in every individual’s “right to life and dignity”. The rights relating to the weaker & vulnerable sections of Indian society especially women, and more specially the girl child were violated. The twin social...
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  • Indian television in the era of globalization
    extremely specialized broadcasting content, targeting population brackets coming from the well-off urban Indian middle-class: children with cartoons, the Indian youth with musical programs, housewives with television serials, businessmen with news channels and political debates, creative circles...
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  • Colors Tv Report
    Vivek Mogili - 10P120 Contents Introduction: 3 Television environment: a brief study 4 Marketing environment: 4 The Genesis – The Launch and its effects 7 The Silver Lining 10 MARKET ENTRY STRATEGIES OF COLORS (PRE-LAUNCH) 10...
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  • pakistan studies
    ------------------------------------------------------------------08 INTRODUCTION: The term Bollywood is the informal term popularly used for the Hindi-language film industry Bollywood is the nickname given to the Indian film industry -. The B comes from Bombay (also known as Mumbai), a big city in India...
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  • Reality Shows
    ABSTRACT REALITY SHOWS gave a new face to Indian Television. They started with very few but reached to a number which was not expected and today they have a new standard. There are different types of reality shows some real and fiction. In this report there is mention of start of...
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  • Indian Current Affairs
    blame television for all thewrongdoings in society. These things did exist in the society before. But then, what about the socialresponsibility of serial makers? Fiction wipes out non-fiction. Certain formats have become a rarity on the Indian screenchildrens serials or entertainment...
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  • Female Entrepreneurs
    youth to become a benefactor for others applauded her efforts. Ekta Kapoor Ekta Kapoor can be aptly called as the reigning queen of Indian television industry. The serials produced by her company Balaji Telefilms are a great hit with the masses and are dominating all the major T.V...
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  • Tradition vs Modernity
    broken the traditions of women playing a second fiddle and have become role models for the new generation to emulate their examples. Women have also joined professions like airline pilots, astronauts long considered a male preserve. Media explosion and satellite television have facilitated intrusion...
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  • Portrayal of Indian Women Through Television Serials
    PORTRAYAL OF INDIAN WOMEN THROUGH TELEVISION SERIALS Tender and the media is a subject that is being discussed frequently. The portrayal of gender as a product and the accompanying body politic in the media is well documented. Media can either be a accomplice to gender based discrimination by...
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  • Women Empowerment
    newspapers only publish 5% of women related issues and 8% are published on main page and remaining are placed inside. Study showed no importance is given to development issues of women. In the television serials women are the central characters, but they are portrayed largely as tormentors or the...
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  • Zee Tv Entrepreneur Subhash Chandra
    of a Shahrukh Khan "Kaun Banega Crorepati" episode earned a rating of eight, while Zee's new crop of serials the same week barely crossed one point on the television viewer rating charts. Last year the then new CEO Sandeep Goyal launched at huge expense some 26 or 27 new shows, most of which sank...
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  • Mexican Telenovela
    serials constitute one the most popular and resilient forms of storytelling ever devised” (1). This book is fundamental in helping to explain the utility of analyzing soap operas on a global scale. Allen asserts that “no other form of television fiction has attracted more viewers in more countries...
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