Foreign Television Channels Are Destroying Our Culture Essays and Term Papers

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    media? • Television news channels cannot replace newspapers. • Film stars should not smoke in public. • Foreign television channels are destroying our culture. • Are we responsible for environmental imbalance? • Quality is a myth in India. • Indian villages – our strength or our weakness? ...

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  • IMPACT OF SATELLITE TV ON OUR CULTURE

    SATELLITE TV ON OUR CULTURE PRESENTED BY CAPT ASIF ROSTER NO – 40 OBC-78 (AMC) AMC CENTRE AND SCHOOL SHAHEED SALAHUDDIN CANTONMENT GHATAIL, TANGAIL LESSON PLAN TITLE : IMPACT OF SATELLITE TV ON OUR CULTURE COURSE ...

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    water resources should be nationalized "BALANCE BETWEEN PROFESSIONALISM AND FAMILY" Effect of cinema on Youth Education in India compared to Foreign nations What is the effect of movies on youth. is it good or bad) Are studies more beneficial in India or in Abroad. "UN's peace activities"...

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  • Group Discussion Topics

    Effects of Television on Youth 6. Love Marriages Vs Arranged Marriages 7. Are beauty contests degrading womanhood? 8. Films are corrupting the Indian Youth 9. Morals & Values among Indians is Degenerating 10. Censorship in Movies & Our Culture 11. Foreign Television Channels are Destroying...

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  • Impacts of T.V

    Journal of Business and Management ISSN 2222-1905 (Paper) ISSN 2222-2839 (Online) Vol 4, No.9, 2012 www.iiste.org Effect of Satellite Television on the Culture of Bangladesh: The Viewers Perception Robaka Shamsher* Mohhammad Nayeem Abdullah School of Business, Lecturer, Independent University Bangladesh...

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  • Group Discusion

    Discussion * Is Globalisation Really Necessary? * What shall we do about our ever-increasing Population? * Corruption is the price we pay for Democracy * Foreign Television Channels are destroying our culture * What India needs is a Dictatorship. * With media publishing and telecasting...

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    we pursue our policy of dialogue with Pakistan? 3. Is peace and non-violence outdated concepts? Current Topics A Unipolar World spells disaster for underdeveloped countries like India. Is Globalisation Really Necessary? What shall we do about our ever-increasing...

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    land of opportunities? 7.      Water resources should be nationalised. 8.      Effect of cinema on Youth 9.      Education in India compared to Foreign nations 10.  What is the effect of movies on youth?  Is it good or bad? 11.  Are studies more beneficial in India or in Abroad? 12.  "Environment-...

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  • Group Discussion

    resources should be nationalised 14."BALANCE BETWEEN PROFESSIONALISM AND FAMILY" 15. Effect of cinema on Youth 16. Education in India compared to Foreign nations 17. Is it necessary to ban COCOCOLA in India. 18. What is the effect of movies on youth.(is it good or bad) 19. Are studies more benifitial...

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  • Cultural Diffusion: Scope or Threat

    of things. Though science is for our own good, some of the gifts blessed us because of proper use, and the others are destroying our life because of a massive misuse. Cultural diffusion is such an example of the second type of the gift. This was started to broad our mind and thinking, know about others...

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  • Sriramnathkiranbabu

    39 Satyam Scandal would Impact Foreign Investments in India Globalization, in Long Term, will Cause More Harm than Good in View of Job Losses Global Impact of a Local Problem like Sub-prime Crisis Privatization is Boon or Bane Is there a Need to Protect Indian Culture? Terrorism and India Should Education...

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    39 Satyam Scandal would Impact Foreign Investments in India Globalization, in Long Term, will Cause More Harm than Good in View of Job Losses Global Impact of a Local Problem like Sub-prime Crisis Privatization is Boon or Bane Is there a Need to Protect Indian Culture? Terrorism and India Should Education...

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    underdeveloped countries like India Is Globalization Really Necessary? What shall we do about our ever-increasing population? Corruption is the price we pay for democracy Foreign television channels are destroying our culture What India needs is a dictatorship With media publishing and telecasting trivia, censorship...

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  • Mr. Ashiwe Olise

    the restoration of African cultures in their pristine forms which were arguably polluted or collapsed by the colonial masters during their reign. No doubt, teenagers and youth generally, are vital segment of the society who could be instrumental in promoting African cultures. But unfortunately, the mentality...

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  • Important Read

    terrorism. 2.Should we pursue our policy of dialogue with Pakistan? 3.Is peace and non-violence outdated concepts? Current Topics: 1.A Unipolar World spells disaster for underdeveloped countries like India. 2.Is Globalization Really Necessary? 3.What shall we do about our ever-increasing Population...

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  • Media in Egypt

    traditional and electronic. Newspapers, face-to-face conference, megazines and such are types of traditional media. Whereas internet, handphones, television, radio and many more are considered as electronic media. As mentioned previously, media are changing drastically, therefore, traditional media are...

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  • Muslim Brotherhood

    The Muslim Brotherhood “Allah is our objective. The Prophet is our leader. Quran is our law. Jihad is our way. Dying in the way of Allah is our highest hope.” This is the motto of the world’s largest, oldest, and most influential Islamist organization known as the Muslim Brotherhood, or al-Ikhwan...

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  • Geo Tv Exposed

    advice. He owns Intelligent Media Consultants(IMC), LLC, a company responsible for training the staffs and helping t l h l i to launch eight television networks around h i ht t l i i t k d the world, mostly on the sub-continent. These include Aaj Tak and CNN-IBN in India and GEO TV in Pakistan...

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  • Papers

    EFFECTS OF CABLE TELEVISION ON WOMEN IN PAKISTAN: A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF HEAVY AND LIGHT VIEWERS IN LAHORE A THESIS SUBMITTED TO LAHORE COLLEGE FOR WOMEN UNIVERSITY IN FULFILLMENT OF THE REQUIREMENTS FOR THE DEGREE OF DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY IN MASS COMMUNICATION ANJUM ZIA DEPARTMENT OF MASS COMMUNICATION...

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    longer a stable currency. 6. The impact of Internet on India. 7. Behind every man there is a woman. 8. Politicians are not interested in the future of our country. 9. Wisdom does not come with age. 10. Corruption is the main outcome of democracy. 11. Is the consumer really the King in India? 12. Globalization...

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