• Are Media Geographies Deterritorialising?
    Are media geographies de-territorializing? The development of science and technology has aided the process of globalisation, advanced forms of communications has allowed the efficient transmission of information and knowledge across boundaries, consequently effectively dissolving the old structur...
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  • English Media Essay
    Cody Baskerville Explore how Baz Luhrmann has modernised aspects of ‘Romeo and Juliet’ to ensure it appeals to a modern cinema audience. Evaluate how successful you think he has been. I have studied and read the text of ‘Romeo and Juliet’ and watched Baz Luhrmann’s interpretation of t...
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  • Media Violence
    Rushing Through the Media The mainstream media has become a part of the everyday life of the majority of all Americans. Many people derive their perceptions of ethnic and social groups from the media they are exposed to. Along with this, perceptions and understandings of violence are taught subc...
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  • Violence in the Media
    Leonard Peltier: Is he Guilty or Innocent? American Indian rights activist Leonard Peltier is currently serving two consecutive life sentences in federal prison in Leavenworth, Kansas. Peltier is convicted for the shooting deaths of FBI Agents Jack R. Coler and Ronald A. Williams. Peltier claim...
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  • 1 Describe Two Theories or Critical Models, Such as Semiotics, Intertextuality, Time, the ‘Real’ and the Photograph, and Apply Them to a Photographic Image of Your Choice. Fully Contextualize Your Chosen Example.
    ‘’What? A way to freeze time? But how? That cannot be real’’ One might think that is a bizarre question but just think who is one to say what is definitely real or not? Are we as humans not obliged to think differently as we would like to interpret what we see and experience? As Clarence...
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  • Religoin in the Media
    Religion in the media coursework part ai) Describe the variety of specifically religious programmes on the four main television channels. In the 1950s when television first started being broadcasted in England there has always been a ‘God slot' on BBC and ITV between 9and 11 am on Sunday morn...
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  • Stylistic Contributions to Film and Home Video Productions in Nigeria: the Tunde Kelani Example
    Chapter One An overview of Tunde Kelani’s model as a film/video artiste. Tunde Kelani is undoubtedly one of Nigeria’s most renowned film makers. Hi particular attention to technical and photographic details give his works a clear edge over others which is exactly why he has grown to be known...
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  • Personal Statement for Media
    I have chosen to apply for a degree course, in film and media. For many years, I have had an intense interest in media industries and the art of film. From the age of 14, I began watching work from independent directors such as Chris Cunningham and Michel Gondry which inspired me to choose a career...
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  • Media Law Case Brief
     Philadelphia Newspapers v. Hepps 474 U.S. 767 (USSC 1986) I. Facts Maurice Hepps, the principal stockholder of a corporation that runs a chain of beverage stores known as "Thrifty Stores" , was accused by a Philadelphia inquirer of being linked to organized crime involving underworld m...
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  • Media
    Social Responsibility in the Media Melisande Middleton Center for International Media Ethics CIME Oxford University PCMLP March 2009 Content: Introductory remarks I – Attempting a definition of social responsibility in the media - Terminology - Hutchins Commission 1947 - Siebert et al. and Soci...
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  • Media
    Ownership and control of the Malaysian media Zaharom Nain & Mustafa K. Anuar The history of the mainstream press and broadcasting in Malaysia has been one of stringent political, legal and, more recently, economic controls. From the emergence of the first newspaper, The Prince of Wales Gazette, in...
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    Journal of the Asian Research Center for Religion and Social Communication Volume 1 Number 2 2003 ____________________________________________________________ ________ "Mass Media versus Religion?" William E. Biernatzki, SJ1 Is there some kind of natural opposition between religion and the...
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  • Media
    Analysis Article The writer of the article “Overprotective parents stifle growth”, Jane Brown a retired school principal, claims that parents are too protective of their children whilst the writer of “Reality Check”, Jack Lee, indicates that parents aren’t taking enough precaution with th...
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  • Media Business
    MCATR 3001 Mass Communication Project Proposal Subject Area: Film Studies Supervisor: Dr. Iqbal Akthar Working Title: The Secret Life of Romantic Comedy: Female portrayed in romantic comedies in contemporary cinema Objectives The purpose of this research is to identify the representations of...
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  • Media and Culture
    The issue of the relationship between the mass media and the popular culture has always been a controversial issue in social sciences. While the political economists insist on the role of the media industry in the creation of this phenomenon of the twentieth century, its advocates such as John Fisk...
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  • Media Manipulation
    The media and advertising hinder do indeed hinder our being fully human. Mass media including radio, television and newspapers endeavors to shape public opinion on a variety of things. The media attempts to manipulate those values instilled by parents and society in general, thus taking away from...
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  • Media, Body Image and Self-Worth
    Running Head: (MEDIA, BODY IMAGE AND SELF-WORTH) Media, Body Image and Self-Worth How the Media Influences the Development of a Woman's Self-Esteem Every women's dream… to be 5'10, 115 pounds or underweight as to be considered thin, have long slender legs, a flat stomach and to have generou...
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  • Body Images in the Media
    Face the Fact Body Images in the Media "Mirror mirror on the wall who is the fairest one of all?" Societies standards for body shape and the importance of beauty is promoted by various media. The media links beauty to symbols of happiness, love and success for wome...
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  • Can Media Inspire Violent Crimes?
    Can Media Inspire Violent Crimes? One problem that many corporations ignore is the possibility that aggressive type people seek reinforcement for their own destructive acts, either against themselves or other people. Television violence, for instance, and the widespread public concern accomp...
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  • The 4 Market Position and an Example of a Product
    Market Leader A market leader is a brand, product, or a firm that has the largest percentage of total sales in terms of revenue (the market share) of a market. A market leader often dominates all his competitors in areas such as: customer loyalty, distribution coverage, image, perceived value, pr...
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