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  • Television, and Its Effects on the Indian Population
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  • Television in Iraq
    INTRODUCTION The birth of the television was originally introduced here, in the United States. The impact of this new technology was not only evident here in the US, but in other countries as well. In Iraq, television caused immediate changes, which in turn caused adjustments in everyday living.
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  • American Popular Culture and Its Impact in a Globalized World
    Americans, after all, did not invent fast food, amusement parks, or the movies. Before the Big Mac, there were British fish and chips. Before Disneyland, there was Copenhagen's Tivoli Gardens (which Walt Disney used as a prototype for his first theme park, in Anaheim, a model later re-exported to To
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  • Global Television
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  • Role of Mass Media in Japanese Popular Culture Reception in Southeast Asia
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  • Indian Television Industry
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  • Western Culture
    Is Westernisation A Cultural Enrichment Or Degradation? Definition :- “Culture of civilization is that complex whole which includes knowledge, belief,cult, morals, law, custom, and other capabilities and habits acquired by a man as amember of society.” INTRODUCTION :-
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  • In Praise of Commercial Culture
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  • Celebrity Culture
    C E L E B R I T Y / C U LT U R E • • • • Why are we so fascinated by people who make no material impact on our lives and are, in many respects, just like ourselves – ordinary? Why do we care about people who have no conspicuous talent? Has there ever been a time in history when s
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  • The Construction of Reality in Television News
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    Influence of South Asian cultural content on Indian media: A study of ‘Otaku’ and ‘Hallyu/ Hanryu’ wave. Introduction Korean wave The Korean wave refers to the noteworthy increase in the fame of South Korean entertainment and culture starting in the 1990s, in Asia, and more r
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  • International Culture
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