• survey and research
    industry, for the sake of youngsters. I hope I gave you an insight of the effects of cinema on teenagers. INTRODUCTION Movies definitely impact the youth. Young people who have not had ample time to develop the brain capacity to evaluate...
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  • Reaserch
    In ( July 11,2011) in article ‘’impact of Indian movies on Pakistani youth’’ it is stated that Indian actors and Indian movies are very much popular in Pakistani youth. In Pakistan the Bollywood movies are very much famous and the real reason of Indian movies popularity is the step by step downward...
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  • Manohar
    adverse impact on character and morals, apart from queering the pitch for the training for good citizenship. The cinema, it is said, can serve as a good medium of education and instruction, and the message that can be conveyed through films cannot be conveyed as effectively through any other...
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  • Cinema
    cinema going is injurious to eyesight, health and purse. Bad films leave a very vitiating effect on the minds of youth. They give rise to different kinds of crimes. The vulgar obscene pictures should not be allowed to be exhibited. They cause morality in society. The films which make the people...
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  • Patronage of Local Cinema Among Urban Youths in Ado Ekiti Southwest Nigeria
    is: how far is this statement true regarding the youths that patronize these cinema halls? Are these youths affirming their presence? Are they likely to transform to other ‘group’ or association in future? What is the existing culture among these groups? Does their action have impact on the wider...
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  • Essay
    outfits of actors and actresses - not so native to the Indian land, enter into market and subsequently into daily life quickly; though such changes take place basically in economically and technologically advanced areas. Thus we can say that Indian cinema impacts Indian culture in different proportions...
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  • pakistan studies
    dressing sense and culture is also altering. There are very less movies in bollywood that highly promote good moral values or we can say patriotic values. Hence it is obvious that it will give a bad impact on today's youth. Not only the youth will suffer from this, but the society will also suffer...
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  • Movies
    when couples slept in twin beds on tv. :) Sex is all around us, and the message is clear, "if you're not sleeping around with lots of people, there's something wrong with you" and we're seeing the ruined lives to prove that message is getting into their heads. Impact of cinema on youth depends on...
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  • Impact of Movies
    on people which ultimately affects the society as a whole. NEGATIVE IMPACT VIOLENCE: While violence is not new to the human race, it is an increasing problem in modern society.  While the causes of youth violence are multifactorial the research literature is quite compelling that children's...
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  • Piracy in Film Industry
            Evaluating the Impact of  Movie Piracy on the Tamil  Movie Industry  Business Research Methodology Report  MS       Table of Contents    Background description of the problem...................................................................................3  Main Research...
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  • Film History
    aimed at addressing themes that reflected the youth and the counterculture. In light of these new artistic directions in cinema a whole new wave of young viewers started to shape the new face of cinema away from the voyeurism of Hollywood. 5) Hitchcock’s film The Trouble with Harry (1955) serves as...
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  • Media and Entertainment
    media like cinema, television, radio and print are modifying themselves to play their roles effectively in the current market. Technological innovations and discovery of new media like cable television, Direct To Home (DTH), Mobile Technology, Internet Podcasting and FM Radio Channels have created...
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  • Stuff
    studies on effects of violence and sex in specific films on children and youth. When we want to know the impact of films, one has to look at how stories of cinema affect the actual life of the people. The main reasons for going to see films have been to learn about the world of ideas and things, to...
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  • American Movies Spoiling Younger Generations
    devoid of meaning. Such steadfast dismissal leaves a significant gap in the discourse surrounding teen cinema, and presents the opportunity for new readings of the genre. By interrogating many of the underlying assumptions about the interrelation between girl culture and the pleasures of teen cinema, Driscoll’s work gives us the opportunity to further excavate how youth and girl culture plays out across the surface of the teen screen....
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  • Education in India
    that if there is proper awareness for the students then there won’t be any criminal activities. Impact of Media on Students On the other hand the impact of media over the students is so vast, the cinema culture is spreading so largely, You can’t find a group of youth in political party but can...
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  • Rang de Basanti - Consumption, Citizenship and the Public Sphere
    version of the Hollywood film American Pie (1999), “If you want to sell a product and recover its cost then it better appeal to the target audience.” He felt that Hindi films would fare well at the box office if they targeted the cinema-going audience, the youth. Chandra also said there were added...
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  • effect of bollywood
    which Bollywood produced numerous critically acclaimed movies.  From the late 1960s-Present, the Modern Age of Bollywood has brought this Hindi Cinema under an international limelight. Bollywood actors and actresses are now recognized around the globe and are spokespersons for various global good...
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  • A Brief Introduction to the Fifth Generation Filmmakers of China
    extent than any earlier Chinese filmmakers, they are part of world cinema. This is apparent in the films they have made. Therefore, in many ways, films made by the fifth generation can be read as a presentation of the impact of outside ideas on what had been a largely closed community. Take ONE...
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  • Britain and American Influence on Australian Pop Culture in the 1950s
    significant impact on the development of Australian culture since World War Two. Throughout out the decade they changed the way people thought about Australian fashion, music and entertainment. Fashion was based around celebrity images and American cinema and television became a big hit. In the 1950s, the...
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  • Should People’s Daily Have Criticized Tiny Times?
    admitted that youth literature and films have their own style and audiences, but real writers, good writers, should write about the world as it is and ought to be careful about the impact that their works bring about. Public opinion, however, is sharply divided. Standing on the side of People’s...
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