• Globalisation
    English sub-titles like Daag-the fire, Tarzan-the wonder car, Waqt-the race against time etc. Many of the Indian movies are also dubbed in foreign languages for the audience convenience. Many of the films are also shot on abroad locales to get the western look in them and also to popularize the movie through...
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  • The Disadvantages of Television
    IN MANY WAYS, TELEVISION HAS PROVED TO BE ONE OF THE WORST INVENTIONS OF MODERN TIMES. ALL TOO OFTEN, TELEVISION IS HARMFUL BECAUSE OF THE SHOWS IT BROADCASTS AND THE WAY IT IS USED IN THE HOME. Undoubtedly, television has millions of viewers in the world and thanks to its inventor Philo Farnsworth...
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  • What Are the Advantages of Print Advertising in India
    In general the advantages of print advertising are the following:- • Provides more and detailed information. For example, people who cannot afford a TV or no time rely on newspapers for accurate news and therefore advertisements can easily reach to these audiences. • The availability of the message...
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  • Hinglish
    A “mother tongue” is quite literally the language of the speaker’s mother. However, a child is not born with knowledge of this language nor is it something which is genetically transmitted. According to linguists, children can learn easily whichever languages they are exposed to till around the age of...
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  • Currency Risk
    90% are published in Hindi and other vernacular languages. In the electronic media, the total number of channels presently available to viewers in India stands at close to 550. Demand: The demand for regional print media is growing at a faster pace than that of English language print media. In the electronic...
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  • Impact of Advertisements on Youth
    INTRODUCTION Television and Children: Today, TV is acquiring a strangehold on the lives of the children. The impact of television has been accentuated by the rapid nuclearisation of Indian middle class homes. Children who increasingly come home to empty homes in urban India watch a great deal of television...
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  • Advt.
    advertising research, creating advertising and media planning has become vital today because of the proliferation of the media, particularly the plethora of TV channels, and inter- and intra-media competition and also fierce competition between brands trying to capture a fast expanding market. These developments...
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  • P-Berger. N&Q
    the problem posed more visualized. To ask certain questions are necessary as Gerbner suggest. • Gerbner suggest the government once lost control of TV violence since the publishers of certain programs defended their position with creative freedom and human right. • Gerbner believes children’s life...
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  • 59 in Depth Study of Newspaper & Magazine Advertising in Advertising Industry
    years technologies will be readily available to enable a television viewer to click a button to request more details on a product seen on their favorite TV program. In fact, it is expected that over the next 10-20 years advertising will move away from a one-way communication model and become one that is...
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  • Dailysoap Opera
    addicted to such things which have loads of negative influence on our society. No, we are not talking about Drugs! We are here to present the adverse effects of Indian soap operas which are gradually swallowing up our psychological and cultural morals. THE INFLUENCE OF INDIAN SOAP OPERA ON BENGALI WOMEN ...
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  • Essay
    to delinquency, fighting at school and during free play periods, and violent criminal behavior. Excessive video-game playing can have a negative effect on a young child for several reasons: • Kids who spend too much time at the computer are missing out on other activities fundamental to their physical...
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  • Influence of Tv Violence to the Behavior of Children in Cebu
    The Influence of TV Violence to the Behavior of Children in Cebu Chapter I Introduction Most children consume their time in front of the television screen for about three hours a day. The estimated number of hours that can be spent by an average child in watching television is 5,000 by the time...
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  • An Attitude Survey of Crime Programmes on Kannada News Channel
    impart education, information and entertainment. Television has become a vital part of our lives. Television has both positive and negative domino effect. On the positive front, television can be an excellent teacher. Television can also be used as an excellent medium for mass education. Television can...
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  • Advertisment -
    women who don’t look like these models. Another bad effect is, that minority groups, especially in the United States are portrait in a subordinate position, which settles in the minds of people. Commercials are also an important part of the income of a TV station which leads to the suspicion that a news...
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  • Channels of Communication
    health in a Region made up of 1.7 billion people, living in 37 culturally unique countries and areas, with some countries using several different languages within their own borders? In recent decades, mass media has become the dominant means of transmitting information to large audiences. It has been...
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  • Television
    shows. Perhaps it was because at that time TV was more of a privilege or reward for being good and not an assumed right of childhood. I was born in the 80’s and Television was quiet different back then. TV is much different today and can be much more harmful because of the types of programming it broadcasts...
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  • Paksa
    kadalasang namana natin sa ating mga ninuno. Ako’y di pumapanig o naniniwala dito. Dahil ang tunay na kapalaran at swerte ng tao ay tao rin ang makakagawa. Hindi ito nakabase sa paniniwala na wala naman katuturan at walang pinagbasihan. Sorcery the art, practices, or spells of a person who is supposed to...
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  • Cellphones
    are actually extremely harmful to our health. Researchers have found that Cell phones have materially affected language use. These days, it's a common sight to see people write "LOL" or "srsly" instead of expressing themselves through fully realized action and language. Text talk is now affecting...
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  • THE HARMFUL EFFECTS TELEVISION AND VIDEO GAMES BRING TO ADOLESCENTS
     The Harmful Effects Television and Video Games Bring to Adolescents English Practical Writing II Lecturer Nelly Huang June 13, 2013 Abstract The purpose of this research attempts to find out what harmful effects thattelevision and video games might bring...
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  • Cosmetic Industry
    billion,  growing  at  1.54%  per  annum.  The  overall  literacy  level  is  59.5%.  There  are  14  officially  recognized  languagesHindi  is  the  most  used  language.  English  is  widely  used  in  business  as  well  as  in  everyday life.   India  is  among  the  fastest  growing  economies ...
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