Influence Of Tv Serials In A Family Essays and Term Papers

  • Television

    TV-the mass medium of entertainment Television has a continuous presence day after day. It brings to the viewer a variety of events simultaneously, even as they take place, i.e., shows broadcast live from the place of occurrence. This in turn creates an alternate or an extended environment in the home...

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  • Media as a Space

    more of distant events than we could ever perceive directly. d. Media also creates a way of being as it penetrates everyday life. When people watch TV, listen Radio, they become an integral part of our society and life. When people use communication technologies they become a part of everyday life....

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  • Portrayal of Female Harassment Issues in Tv Dramas; a Pakistani Media Perspective

    Portrayal of Female Domestic Harassment issues in TV Dramas Pakistani Media Perspective Maliha Sami Hussain Lecturer – Institute of Communications Studies Punjab University, Lahore Email: maliha.sami@hotmail.com Abstract The values of gender equality are promoted...

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  • IITM

    Higher Education, New Delhi, India. A Monthly Double-Blind Peer Reviewed Refereed Open Access International e-Journal - Included in the International Serial Directories Indexed & Listed at: Ulrich's Periodicals Directory ©, U.S.A., Open J-Gage, India as well as in Cabell’s Directories of Publishing Opportunities...

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  • TV channels

    Influence of Indian TV Channels Indian TV channels have been telecasted for many years in Bangladesh which really has had a bad impact on our society, culture and traditions. Many people of our country are watching these TV serials and they are very fond of these programs...

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  • Zee TV and the Creation of Hindi Media Communities in Singapore

    25, No. 2 (2010), pp. 262–80 DOI: 10.1355/sj25-2e © 2010 ISEAS ISSN 0217-9520 print / ISSN 1793-2858 electronic Research Notes and Comments Zee TV and the Creation of Hindi Media Communities in Singapore Arunajeet KAUR and Faizal YAHYA Indian communities in Singapore, especially of non-Tamil...

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  • Dishonesty in Love Effect of Tv Serials

    Dishonesty in Love Effect of TV Seria     IQRA UNIVERSITY Defense View, Shaheed-E-Millat Road, Karachi DATE: 15-December-2010 DEDICATION   This research is dedicated to our beloved parents and brothers, whose guidance has made us complete this report successfully. We would also like to mention...

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  • Satallite Tv Channel

    Executive summary: Satellite TV is most important mode of entertainment for all classes and age of people in Dhaka. Day by day its demand is increasing rapidly in Dhaka city. These satellite programs have lots of impact in our day to day life but having instead of good effect bad comes first like...

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  • List of Table

    profile of the respondents 13 4A.3: Marital Status 14 4A.4: Family Structure 14 4A.5: Education background of respondents 15 4A.6: Occupation 16 4A.7: Family Annual Income 17 4A.8: Consumer Base 18 4A.8.1: Consumer...

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  • Paper on Food Adulteration

    traditional saris and salwar kameez are slowly, but inevitably, being replaced by jeans, fatua (short tunic) and short kameez. Women from Hindi Serials Women also put on their make-up differently these days. Make-up for an average Bangladeshi woman used to be the kohl liner to enhance the eyes and...

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  • How Do Movies Influence

    Barbu Andreea Marina Grupa :3212 Anul:2 How do movies or television influence people’s behavior Great changes have taken place in human society along development of technology, and movies or television are a big part of this. Such...

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  • Dailysoap Opera

    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 AUTHORSHIP...

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  • Entrepreneurs

    that to be successful as an entrepreneur we need to be in the right environment where we either formally learn how to do it or absorb it from our families and surroundings. We also need a strong motivator. Either we grab hold of an idea and this builds and builds inside us till we get “Pulled” into the...

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  • Increasing Crime Rate In India

    be hired by anyone who can pay them handsomely, Well educated young men, belonging to good families have been found involved in many a crime. Some criminals get a hint from Indian and foreign films and TV serials. If they succeed in committing one crime successfully, they become fabulously rich. They find...

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  • Psychology of a Serial Killer

    Psychology of a Serial Killer What is a serial killer? A serial killer is defined as any person who has killed three or more people over a period more than a month’s time with a “cooling off” period in between the murders. A serial killer is also defined as someone who kills others for some sort of...

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  • principles of management

    Audi and other such material wealth. Fame is being part of the elite society and setting trends with that fame. Power is the knowledge that you can influence others as well as get anything you want with that power. Films and television dramas mostly targeting the teenage audience increasingly shows...

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  • commerce

    studies over the years, world over have brought out various types of negative impact of intense viewing of television by children. The direct influence of TV viewing on the extent of violence and deviant behaviour pattern of children has been reiterated – even in India. In fact, there are a couple of...

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  • ekta kapoor

    achievement. A student of Bombay Scottish school and Mithibai College, Ekta was a poor student and content with getting the minimum passing grades. Her family wanted her to enroll in an MBA program but she was not interested in a theoretical education and had no clue about what she wanted to do in her life...

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  • An Analysis on Television Advertisement Related to Child Food Product

    Tamilnadu, India. ABSTRACT Advertising has become so integral part of our life & society that we cannot imagine any event, newspaper, magazine, TV serial, Cinema etc. without advertising. Advertising is a vital marketing tool as well as powerful communication medium. The basic objective of any advertisement...

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  • Soap Opera - Opiate of the Masses

    and then called "soap" for short, is an ongoing, episodic work of dramatic fiction presented in serial format on radio or as television programming. The name soap opera came from the original dramatic serials broadcast on radio that had soap manufacturers, such as Procter & Gamble, Colgate-Palmolive and Lever...

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