• Cinema
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  • Impact of Indian Cinema
    IMPACT OF CINEMA ON THE INDIAN SOCIETY Cinema has become the most powerful form of Mass Media since the day it was introduced to the world. The Lumiere Brothers who invented the ‘ Cinematograph’ ( a compact and portable device which with a few adjustments could be used as a projector , camera or...
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    kill the people. By Tehreem Afzal (2012) in her article ‘’impact of Indian cinema on Pakistani culture’’ she stated that Indian movies are very much popular in our country and movies are very much seen in Pakistan. Bollywood is a largest showbiz industry in the world and one of the main...
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    in such a manner that leaves an impact on the coming generations. Cinema presents an image of the society in which it is born and the hopes, aspirations, frustration and contradictions present in any given social order. There are variable views about the effects of cinema. Producers and...
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  • Essay
    every year. Bollywood, Tollywood and all other regional language cinemas have now become an intrinsic part of entertainment. Movies that are portrayed may sometimes be based on reality or sometimes be fictional. Indian Cinema for decades have catered to the society that watches movies primarily for...
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  • Cinema
    Is Cinema The Reflection Of The Society? • Submitted by: mailmeamit2k9 • Date Submitted: 03/14/2009 • Category: Social Issues • Words: 1605 • Pages: 7 • Views: 1283 • Popularity Rank: 2668 Is Cinema the reflection of Society? In the world of today, cinema and entertainment are synonymous...
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    , Abstract Researcher draws his study on the topic of effects on the youth of GCUF because in the view of researcher it is the major social problem of a society that the youth of society is in immature hands. The cinema -or the 7th art as referred by some...
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  • Indian Cinema
    constantly been changing their trends and styles of Film Making according to the ever changing tastes and preferences of the targeted audience. The art of cinema has created a widespread and profound impact on the society. The Indian box office has always been energetic and enthusiastic about every...
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    1. Under developed people:- Rural society is found by tradition, old customs, practices etc. The impact of modern science & technology has made very less impact of the old beliefs are still continuing. 2. Under developed market:- Rural markets are not developing because of inadequate...
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  • Television Mocking It's Big Brother Cinema?
    any film, book or series from one medium to another is always fraught with danger in a post-modernist society. These statements may seem to point to a problem within cinema alone but any problem it has will automatically impact upon television as we will explain in our conclusion. The relationship...
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    Impact of films In the last fifty years, cinema has become not only a serious art form but a field of study by itself. Continuous advancement in film technology and high level of conceptualization of the film take viewer to the world outside his day-to-day world providing entertainment, which...
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  • Mexican Films from 1936 to Today
    What impact did early Mexican film directors have on Mexican society from 1936 to present? Socially, politically, intellectually, economically, to what extent do Mexican film directors create the images that come to be held by the masses?  About the Mexican Film Industry: The history of Mexican...
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    impact on Lagos society. It has been said that social vices such as drug abuse and addiction, prostitution and violence partly found their way into Nigeria and Lagos society as a result of the influence of films shown in the cinemas. Advocates of this view argue that “Lagosians look on helplessly...
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  • role of women in cinema
    REVIEW Introduction The issues of media, gender and identity are being raised everywhere. The reason for this is the popularity of the Indian Cinema popularly known as Bollywood and its debatable impact on the society as whole. Media structures and systems have undergone a major change over the...
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  • LEISURE ENVIRONMENT-CINEMA
    cannot be overemphasised. The hype that is consistently generated by the cinema industry is promoting the much needed positive synergy in the society, as the masses attempt to climbs out of the glooms of the recent global economic recession. This paper would address how secure the future of the cinema...
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    dominant representations in the cinema. As with the overlap of the sounds images weren’t as memorable as the audience were then able to replay the background music of the film over and over again leaving a huge impact on the society. Thus aiding the industry to gain more view rates as the spread of word...
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  • Violence Show on Tv
    violence seen on TV and in cinema increases the fights, clashes and disruptive behaviour in our society. However, this issue can be tackled by inforcing laws in order to censor every scene which can have a bad impact on people's behaviour. 59...
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  • Indian Ciinema
    Indian Cinema and Its Impact on Society by Amrit Gangar My comments My class notes Summary from the Program Hindi cinema produced in Bombay, now superficially well known as Bollywood is essentially a generic cinema that pervades India. But of late the products of Mollywood (Madras) have...
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  • Do you agree with the view that the British New Wave cinema of the late 1950s and early 1960s were part of a wider social revolution that was taking place in British society?
    new wave cinema in Britain was part of a wider social revolution in the late 50s and early 60s. Source 3 shows that Ken Loach and Mike Leigh assessed the impact of the consumer society on family life, charting the erosion of the welfare state and the consensus that built it, and looking back...
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  • Nafzah
    elite, folk, popular or mass origins. Almost every person of the society has participated in the activity of going to cinema hall and enjoying a film. According to Jovett and Linton, "obviously there is still something unique and inherently appealing about going to the movies", and this is clearly...
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