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    Impact of ‘Media’ on Indian Women me·di·a: (usually used with a plural verb) the means of communication, as radio and television, newspapers, and magazines, that reach or influence people widely: The media are covering the speech tonight. Media has always been creating impacts on our l
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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 po
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  • 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
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  • Television Effects
    College Argumentative Essay Violence on Television Effects Children There is no doubt that television has changed the world and how we view it. With just the point and click of a button, the viewing possibilities are endless. There are literally hundreds of channels to choose from. Cartoons, s
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  • Indian television in the era of globalization
    India and the world Juliette Delain May 2013 Indian television in the era of globalization 1 OUTLINE I. On the path to globalization: Indian television as the reflection of a changing society A. From television monopoly to the explosion of the satellite television industry...
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  • Domestic Violence Against Women
    Introduction Violence in the home is a subject of increasingly public concern. According to Davis in the Encyclopedia of Social Work, "The most affected victims, physically and psychologically, are women, including single and married women and women separated or divorced from their partners" (Da
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  • Women and International Migration: a Cross-Cultural Analysis
    Women and International Migration: A Cross-cultural Analysis Statement of the Problem International migration is a global phenomenon. There is increasing international connectivity and flow of information, capital and people. Further, the liberalized immigration policies of some of the deve
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  • Indian Consumer Behavior
    CONSUMER LIFESTYLES IN INDIA (NOVEMBER 2004) 1. INTRODUCTION This report analyses consumer lifestyles in India and forms part of a 52-country series that complements the Euro monitor Consumer Lifestyles Database. Each country profile is structured under the following sub-headings: • Populat
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  • Celebrity Based Television Advertising
    Celebrity Based Television Advertising – Understanding Indian Consumer Attitudes Megha Gupta (27019) Shilpa J (27074) Northern Institute of Integrated Learning and Management – Centre for Management Studies Introduction A central goal of today's advertising strategy is th
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  • Dishonesty in Love Effect of Tv Serials
    Dishonesty in Love Effect of TV Seria     IQRA UNIVERSITY Defense View, Shaheed-E-Millat Road, Karachi DATE: 15-December-2010 DEDICATION   This research is dedicated to our beloved parents and brothers, whose guidance has made us complete this report successfully. We would also like t
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  • Women Empowerment in Pakistan
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  • Lives of Girls and Women
    1 Guidelines for Psychological Practice with Girls and Women A Joint Task Force of APA Divisions 17 and 35 Adopted February 2007 2 Guidelines for Psychological Practice with Girls and Women During recent decades, women and girls of diverse ethnicities, social classes, sexual orientati
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  • Third World's Women Development
    WOMEN AND DEVELOPMENT IN THE THIRD WORLD A Case Study from Ghandruk, Nepal Manaslu Gurung empty page WOMEN AND DEVELOPMENT IN THE THIRD WORLD A Case Study from Ghandruk, Nepal Manaslu Gurung Published by WWF Nepal Program Office, 2004 Any reproduction in full or in part of this p
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  • Television: Is It a Factor to a Child's Aggression?
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  • Women Empowerment
    Quote from a women from a village from Rajasthan ``I want to live in dignity, I do not want to be reduced to a state of helplessness where there is no respect for me as a human being - yes, that's what I want, I want to live in dignity.'' According to the village women, to live in dignity mean
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  • Indian Regional Journalism
    Sem 5 Index  Introduction Vernacular Press 1800-1901 Vernacular Press 1901-2007 The Bengali Press The Hindi Press The Marathi Press The Malyalam Press The Telegu Press The Urdu Press The turning point Conclusion Introduction It is impossible to ascertain many things about the region
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  • Ads on Women
    Subjugated Introduction For decades women have been portrayed as housewives, dependent on men and sex objects in advertisements. The topic of the portrayal of women in advertising is significant in the social realm. The dominance of advertising in our lives and its ability to persuade and shape
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  • Snacking Habits of Indian Youth Female
    Snacking Habits of Indian Youth Females 2012 Indian Institute of Management, Lucknow Declaration We hereby declare that this work entitled, “Snacking Habits of Indian Youth Females” is our work carried under the guidance of our faculty guide, Prof. Devashish Das Gupta at IIM Luckno
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  • The Genres of Indian Cinema
    THE GENRES OF INDIAN CINEMA by Sanjit Narwekar The noted Hindi film comedian, filmmaker and resident wit I.S.Johar, was once asked why India only made musicals. Never at a loss for an answer he replied, “We not only make musicals but also dancicals.” This may have been said in jest but the a
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  • Indian Current Affairs
    THE NAXALITE PROBLEM OF INDIA | As many as 455 people (255 civilians and 200 security personnel) have been killed in Naxal violence in 2009 (till June-end, and the killings continue), reveal figures released by the Home Ministry. The Naxal-infested States of Chhattisgarh and Jharkhand accounted fo
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