• Nafzah
    . (iii) A cause and effect essay as the name suggests is a form of writing in which the writer dwells on the reasons why a particular event took place as well as the results or effects of the event. (iv) A narrative essay refers to a written composition whose story is told from a defined...
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  • Television
    . Causes eye and abdominal diseases viii. Dish antenna has multiplied its negative effects 3. Advantages i. gives news and views about current matters ii. Bring people close to one another iii. Provides entertainment at home iv. Educational TV educates the masses v. sharpens our wit and updates our...
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  • Cinema Only Entertains; But Does Not Educate the Masses
    Cinema Only Entertains; But Does Not Educate the Masses Cinema is one of the major upcoming entertainments in this global village. There are prodigious numbers of films released worldwide every year. It was in those days that cinema both entertained and educated the masses; but in these days it...
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  • Role of Media
    penetrated into the homes and changed the psychology and approach of the people to life and living. The reach of the media power stretches to all centres of power without any political or international boundaries. AIM 3. The aim of this long essay is to analyze the role media plays during both...
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  • The Power of Media
    ability to reach large number of public, it is widely used to convey message to build public opinion and awareness. Purposes: Mass media can be used for various purposes: Entertainment: The original idea behind the creation of various ‘media means’ was to entertain masses. Radio, TV, cinemas and...
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  • revisiting the golden era of hindi cinema
    Commercial or parallel cinema to co-exist. Both these genres need equal recognition. A lot of people are not aware of the less popular, art or parallel cinema. We need to educate people about the existence/history and idea of such cinema. The common masses need to be educated about the various aspects...
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  • Essays
    of people. 2. Cinema, both entertains and educates the masses. Express your views either for or against this statement. 3. Siblings often grow up side by side in families; yet have very different life experiences. If you have one or more siblings and feel that your lives have differed significantly...
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  • Nazi Study Guide
    role of cinema in Nazi Germany? What problems face scholars when writing about the nazi cinema? According to Eric Rentschler? The role of Nazi cinema in Germany was, as Joseph Goebbels claims, to guide the masses to the new political ideology. Cinema and the new government were to walk the path...
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  • ashwini
    experience of your life which is worth remembering. d) Cinema both entertains and educates the masses. Express your views either ‘for’ or ‘against’ this statement. e) Study the picture given below. Write a story or a description or an account of what it suggests to you. Your composition may be...
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  • Research
    visual image for a fraction of a second after the sour ce has been r emoved. Film is considered by many to be an important art for m; films entertain, educate, enlighten and inspire audiences. The visual elements of cinema need no translation, giving the motion picture a...
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  • Partition
    ://www.jstor.org GLORIOUS PARTICULARITY MiraNalr Illumining the actual. I make images in my work. I don't pen words, especially not words to be delivered from church pulpits. So I experienced great agony writing this essay, particularlysince it was also meant for publication, until I began to see...
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  • The Rise of the Middle Class
    series came to be known as the Bach and Abel Public Concert Series, these concerts gained a fast popularity, featuring both of these composers performing o their own compositions. As these virtuosos started to break free and started writing for their own concerts and for their own students, music...
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  • Art Should Look at the Society in the Eye, Use Its Culture, and Speak Up for the Minorities.
    , as well as with many of its sub-cultures. Art is a freedom of expression, it is any message expressed by any individual with a purpose - be it to entertain, to educate, or to enhance. Art is communication, an encoding and decoding platform in which the artist appeals to the minds of his audience...
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  • Help
    Richard to Doonesbury. New York: Oxford UP, 1978. Print. Bondanella, Peter. The Cinema of Federico Fellini. Princeton: Princeton UP, 1992. Derrida, Jacques. "Violence and Metaphysics: An Essay on the Thought of Emmanuel Levinas." Writing and Difference. Trans. Alan Bass. Chicago: U of Chicago P, 1978...
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  • Cinema
    employment and revenue. It is a cheap and easier means of entertainment for the masses. Whatever cinema may mean to different people, it is undoubtedly, an art form which can entertain and educate as well. Cinema has wider mass appeal. It has great potential to influence society. Hence certain social...
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  • Addison and Steele
    paper, normally with one piece of writing. The most famous of the boys' periodicals were The Spectator, which ran from 1711 to 1712, and The Tatler, which ran from 1709 to 1711. The purpose of these essays was not just to educate, but to entertain as Steele has proclaimed, "The general purpose of...
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  • Narrative Text
    being processed and printed, the film is run through a projector, which shines light through the film so that the images are sparked on a screen. Most movies have accompanying sound. The functions of film are to educate, entertain, enlighten and inspire the audiences, and in this case the writer...
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  • An Introduction to Theories of Popular Culture
    THANKS ARE DUE TO former and present students and colleagues (at Leicester and elsewhere) for the help they have given, whether consciously or not, in the writing of this book in both its editions. Among those I wish to thank are Richard Courtney, Ros Gill, Abigail Gilmore, James Fulcher, Roman Horak...
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  • Ba Mass Communication First Year Notes
    readers, viewers, and listeners. Entertainment is not news but news is often entertaining. All mass media, even most newspapers, TV, radio and internet are probably used readers and audiences to entertain themselves more than anything else. All can inform and educate and whereas some do this more than...
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  • English
    an important art form; films entertain, educate, enlighten and inspire audiences. Any film can become a worldwide attraction, especially with the addition of dubbing or subtitles that translate the film message. Films are also artifacts created by specific cultures, which reflect those cultures...
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