"Role Of Electronic Media In Creating Political Awareness Among Youth" Essays and Research Papers

  • Role Of Electronic Media In Creating Political Awareness Among Youth

    this sky to that here I am shocked to see the high level indulgence of media in human life today. It is effecting the human minds with a pretty rapid speed and its influence is now so mixed up in our blood and veins that as human life seems to be at a loss or incomplete with out the favor of it. RELATED ARTICLES Regulating Social Media in the Workplace Impact Of Mass Media On Adolescent Health: ''the Dark Side'' Social Media Behavior Converging Around Product Evaluation and Referrals Impacts of...

    Art, Marshall McLuhan, Mass media 1537  Words | 5  Pages

  • Role of Media in Development of Socienty

    ROLE OF MEDIA AND NGO IN DEVELOPMENT OF SOCIETY” -ABSTRACT- Mass media are the channels, such as newspapers, magazines, radio or television use to communicate information to large group of people’s. By regularly convening information to important audiences, from the general public to government, and international decision maker a media plays a major role in shaping public debate. Media organizations are independent of political influence and work as important informative...

    Civil society, Mass media, Non-governmental organization 1208  Words | 6  Pages

  • electronic media

    INTRODUCTION Electronic Media Electronic media are that utilize electronics or electromechanical energy for the end user (audience) to access the content. This is in contrast to static media (mainly print media), which are most often created electronically, but don't require electronics to be accessed by the end user in the printed form. The primary electronic media sources familiar to the general public are better known as video recordings, audio recordings, multimedia presentations, slide...

    Advertising, Concentration of media ownership, Journalism 1998  Words | 7  Pages

  • Role of Media in Political Campaigns

    This paper discusses the role of the media in political campaigns. The purpose of campaigns To understand the role of election campaigns towards the end result it is necessary to understand that two ideas exist. It is believed that the voters decide for their candidate before the campaigning starts, while the others believe that it through active campaigning that voters reach their decision. The purpose of political campaigns is to do one of three things to affect the voter: motivate, reinforce...

    Activism, Elections, Internet 1944  Words | 6  Pages

  • Role of Media in Current Scenario

    Role of media in current scenario Outlines 1. Introduction 2. Media in Pakistan 3. Importance of media • Creation Of Awareness • Strengthen Democracy • Promotion Of Tolerance And Understanding • Attract The Attention Of Policy Makers • Strengthen Relations With Other Countries • Entertainment 4. Miracles of electronic media 5. Present situation of media 6. What should be the role of media in current scenario * Political awareness * Social awareness *...

    Broadcasting, Democracy, Entertainment 2181  Words | 7  Pages

  • Social Media is Politicizing the Youth of Bangladesh

     Social Media is Politicizing 1 Introduction From the very beginning of its existence Internet has been reshaping the human society in a very radical fashion. It has eradicated the spatial constraint of communication and has provided an open platform which has given immense power to its users. Ubiquity of the Internet and multimedia devices has paved the way for a new kind of media ­ the ‘social media’. According to Ahlqvist, Bäck, Halonen, and Heinonen (2008), social media refers to the...

    Activism, Communism, Facebook 4562  Words | 6  Pages

  • electronic media

     Essae: electronic media is the root cause of all evils Outline: Electronic media is the root cause of all evils in this modern society. Electronic media is the medium through with current information is provided to the people. There are different types of electronics, computer, internet, mobile etc. electronic medias the very powerful medium of controlling the people. Electronic media can be used negatively or positively by the providers. The growth of electronic media over past few...

    Electronic media, Governance, Mass media 757  Words | 2  Pages

  • Role of Social Media in Creating Drug Abuse Awareness Among Youths.

    problem and critically analyse strategies used to address the problem; attempts to identify the role that twitter can play in creating awareness of the danger that drug abuse can bring to the society in general and within Nigerian campuses in particular. The findings of this study will aid in evaluating whether these strategies have the potential to help the government in curbing the drug problem among the youths, with a view to coming up with a more comprehensive Programme for addressing the problem in...

    Addiction, Drug, Drug abuse 3472  Words | 13  Pages

  • The Role of Youths in Creating a Peaceful World

    to reality. A United Nations report states that youths make up one quarter of the world’s population. This number represent a sizeable percentage of people who suffer the brunt of brutal wars, terrorism and disregarded religious and ethnic conflict all over the world. The number however, also shows a formidable group of people more than enough to take the world beyond the realm of dreams into a place of peace. The vigour and resourcefulness of youths can provide the necessary complement to the strings...

    Ageism, Dream, Human rights 833  Words | 3  Pages

  • Essay on printing media (press)

    Today, in this ultra modern world, the role of media and particularly of print media has been augmenting day by day. It has been serving as a vigilant watchdog of India. Print Media has created awareness among the people regarding their rights and duties. Print Media has created awareness among the people regarding their rights and duties. Print Media has been nicknamed as ‘News Monger’ or the fourth Estate. We can update ourselves just by going through the morning news paper, getting each and...

    Advertising, Mass media, Newspaper 916  Words | 3  Pages

  • Role of Students in the Purification of the Society.

    TOPIC: Role of students in the purification of the society. TABLE OF CONTENTS TOPIC: Role of students in the purification of the society * Purpose of education. * Students and their role in the society. * Current situation of the society. * Students' reformers in the past. * Students' role in the purification of the society. * Conclusion ...

    Education, Role, Social network service 1518  Words | 5  Pages

  • Media in the Modern Era

    Functional English (MEDIA and PAKISTAN) Submitted to MR. Dilawar Qureshi By : Awais Ismail Soomro (MBA-17) Dated : 08-02-2013 MEDIA IN MODERN ERA Outlines: 1. Rising Power of Media and the Modern World. 2. Importance and influence of Media 3. Role which media is playing and which should played. 4. Power of Media in Pakistan 5. Impact of media over Pakistani culture, society and Politics 6. Pakistani Media in its youth 7. Government’s measures...

    Benazir Bhutto, Journalism, Marshall McLuhan 2535  Words | 7  Pages

  • Media Influences on Youth

    Media plays a significant role and known as the most formidable means of communication in our lives in 21st century. Media images contribute to the socialization of young people across a board range of areas, particularly those in which the viewer has relatively limited real-world experience (Huston et al., 1992). Nowadays, most of the people will get their information through the mass media that they can get if easily which are from the internet, electronic devises, for an example television and...

    21st century, Body mass index, Body shape 1978  Words | 5  Pages

  • Media and politics

    MAVA 102 – Introduction to Media and Communication Commentary piece Can electronic media (e.g : the Internet) enhance political involvement ? Introduction In today's society, the Electronic Media are increasingly present in our lives. For almost a century, radio, television and now the Internet have been added to the press. It's therefore necessary to consider the influence, good or bad, of the media on our thinking and us. By Electronic Media, we mean information or data...

    Communication, Communism, Law 1433  Words | 4  Pages

  • Newspaper and Electronic Communications Media

    INFLUENCE OF MASS MEDIA ON THE YOUNGER GENERATION “As the future of Bhutan lies in the hands of our people, it is our responsibility to make sure that the future well-being of our country is secure in the hands of the Bhutanese people and that [they] can successfully shoulder this sacred responsibility with complete loyalty and dedication.” His Majesty King Jigme Singye Wangchuk . Thus youth are considered to be the core of our nation. The media exerts an enormous, almost a normative influence...

    Aggression, Jigme Khesar Namgyel Wangchuck, Jigme Singye Wangchuck 1289  Words | 4  Pages

  • Role of Electronic Media of Communication - Paper

    Role of electronic media of communication Content Page 1. Introduction & Electronic media………………………………… 2 2. Electronic media of communication…………………………. 3-4 3. Advantages of electronic media……………………………….. 5 4. Disadvantages of electronic...

    Broadcasting, Communication, Internet 1484  Words | 6  Pages

  • Role of Media

    Role of media Introduction It is often said that the world has become global village. Telecommunication, radio and television and finally computer have reduced distance and brought the most countries aloes enough to each other. Indeed, it has become an effective instrument for norms of democracy facilitate the decision, making process. In complex globalized world, role of media has become diversified and effective. Hence, peace or war politics or trade, diplomacy or commerce, religions or conflicts...

    Democracy, Government, Mass media 711  Words | 4  Pages

  • Role of Media in Tourism

      The  Role  of  Media  Communications  in  Developing  Tourism  Policy  and  Cross‐Cultural  Communication  for  Peace,  Security  for  Sustainable Tourism Industry in Africa          Author: Wilson Okaka   Lecturer (Communications and Environment Programmes)  Kyambogo University Kampala‐(Uganda)  Telephones: [Office: 256‐414‐3771775] ‐ [Mobile: 256‐078‐2588846]  Email: nupap2000@yahoo.com            Paper Presented at the 4th International Institute of Peace through  Tourism (IIPT) African Conference on Peace through Tourism at ...

    Africa, Communication, Culture 9751  Words | 6  Pages

  • Influence of Mass Media on Youth

    OF MASS MEDIA ON YOUTH In the last 50 years, media influence has grown rapidly with an advance in technology. First there was the radio, then the newspapers, magazines, television and now the internet. Today, we all live in a media-dominated world. Media is a way for the members of the society to keep themselves informed about what is happening around them. It is also the major source of entertainment. By creating an image appealing to the youth, media controls the variety of material youth incorporate...

    AIDS, Human sexual behavior, Human sexuality 1207  Words | 4  Pages

  • Role of Technology in Electronic and Digital Media

    Role of Technology in Electronic and Digital Media Comm/225 Role of Technology in Electronic and Digital Media The world we live in is every changing around us, it is a wonder we can even keep up with the technical advances that are happening. Everywhere we look there are cell phones, computers, tablets, smart phones, hand-held video games players, and much more. In the 21st century many people do not know how it was a hundred or more years ago. Over the years media has grown in a tremendous...

    21st century, Art, Entertainment 878  Words | 3  Pages

  • Role of Media

    ROLE OF MEDIA IN PUBLIC LIFE INTRODUCTION The importance and the impact of the media, written or electronic cannot be marginalized in the world of today. In the modern world of quick communication and quick information, media plays a very crucial role. The original role of the media was and still is to give to the public all relevant information about occurrences in the country and the world. Now the written media includes a host of publications, dailies, fortnightly, weeklies, monthly all giving...

    Advertising, Journalism, Mass media 819  Words | 3  Pages

  • Media Role

     “The role of media in today's world” In the present era, media has become as necessary as food and clothing. It has played significant role in strengthening the society. Media is considered as "mirror" of the modern society, infact, it is the media which shapes our lives. The purpose of the media is to inform people about current and new affairs . It tells about the people who are geographically divided. For many community groups and organisations, gaining positive and consistent...

    Community organizing, Mass media, Sociology 751  Words | 3  Pages

  • Youth - the Greatest Enforcer in Social Change

    YOUTH - THE GREATEST ENFORCER IN SOCIAL CHANGE Youth, the greatest cohort of Pakistan, should be directly involved in dialogue as the key stakeholders, innovators, future policy-makers and leaders of this nation. The recent shooting of Malala Yusufzai has shown what Pakistani youth really feels and how it thinks on issues. The people have spoken in the huge rallies, in Karachi and elsewhere. Earlier, this never happened because people were scared of being shot, kidnapped, and having bombs thrown...

    Geo TV, Islamabad, Pakistan 882  Words | 3  Pages

  • Fostering Nepali Youth to Become Champions of Reform: Designing a Better Future for the Country

    “FOSTERING NEPALI YOUTH TO BECOME CHAMPIONS OF REFORM: DESIGNING A BETTER FUTURE FOR THE COUNTRY” Youth are not only the leaders of tomorrow, but also the partners of today. Today, 1.7 billion people i.e. more than one fourth of the world’s six billion people are between the ages of 10-24, making this group of young people the largest ever to be entering adulthood. In Nepal, 60 percent of country’s population is assumed to be below 25 years of age. The populace of youths (16-40 years; as defined...

    Activism, Development, Economic development 1416  Words | 5  Pages

  • Electronic and Digital Media Industry Paper

    903-718-2618 Electronic and Digital Media Industry Paper In this paper I will discuss the role of technology in electronic and digital media. It also discusses the historical and contemporary roles that are played by the media in the daily activities in society. I will further also look into the advancement of technology since it was discovered and how it has evolved overtime and made each and every one of us dependent on them. Technology plays a very important role in electronic and digital media since...

    Broadcasting, Camera, Computer 1029  Words | 3  Pages

  • Youth Media

    ATS 2439 Youth Media Assessment 1 This essay will address the reasons behind why global entertainment shows targeted at young audiences are significant on a political level and illustrates that why do these reality TV shows attract such a wide range of audiences, particularly aimed at young people. And the case study of Zhejiang Television’s 2012 reality talent show The Voice of China will be introduced to analyse how the ‘entertainment’ factor has been infused into the political process....

    Advertising, American Idol, Entertainment 1454  Words | 7  Pages

  • Mass medias and their political role

    Key-term : Mass medias « Medias » comes from the latin « media » that designs all means of communication ; such as printing press, radio, television, Internet... There has been a mediatic revolution in Europe, and specially en France, since the end of the XIX th century, which accompanied the birth of the Republic and its main political crisis, at is allowed the expression of the public opinion. In June 29th, 1881, the Law on the Freedom of the Press allowed the liberty of expression though...

    Alfred Dreyfus, Algerian War, Charles de Gaulle 1047  Words | 3  Pages

  • Overcome Social Problem Among Youth

    OVERCOME SOCIAL PROBLEM AMONG YOUTHS Malaysia is categorized as third world country and has received rapid growth in socioeconomic and advance technologies. The globalization makes the world become smaller and all the information could be obtained easily by clicking on the computers. World without any barrier allows cultures from other countries influence the Malaysian especially the youths. There are good and bad cultures. The social problems emerged due to bad cultures from other countries....

    Drug addiction, Good and evil, Mass media 1151  Words | 4  Pages

  • Impacts of Electronic Media on Pakistani Society

    Impacts of Electronic Media on our Society [pic] Introduction: In the last 50 years, media influence has grown exponentially with time. First there was the telegraph, then the radio, the newspaper, magazines, television and now the internet. The media boom has also brought a revolutionary change in the morals and ethics of society. But a moral change in a society can sometimes prove itself to be an insincere change fraught with social evils.The media has a huge impact on society and also...

    Journalist, Marshall McLuhan, Mass media 1303  Words | 5  Pages

  • Aids and Role of Youths to Create Awarness About Aids Among People

    "AIDS AND ROLE OF YOUTHS TO CREATE AWARNESS ABOUT AIDS AMONG PEOPLE" most commonly AIDS is called as silent killer, The main reason for AIDS (Acquired Immuno Deficiency Syndrome) is HIV (Human Immuno Defiency virus). when this virus enters our body, immediately changes into RNA, and then spreads quickly. After that it starts to destroy the white blood corpuscles. Because of this our resistance towards diseases gets decreased. actually thr is an difference between aids and hiv..that is, the...

    Africa, AIDS, Antiretroviral drug 715  Words | 3  Pages

  • Culture and Media

    THE ROLE OF MEDIA IN THE SOCIAL, CULTURAL OR POLITICAL DEVELOPMENT OF NATIONS ABSTRACT The role of media has being described across general development of nations; social, cultural, and political. The phenomenal effect of the media in elimination of time and space and also the gradual extermination of ignorance; The media has created an interactive world whereby individuals are no more aliens to the diverse cultures and practices of the world, the power of sharing subjective thoughts, opinions...

    Culture, Globalization, Mass media 1867  Words | 6  Pages

  • The Media and 'The Culture of Nudity' Among Nigerian Youths

     ADERONKE OGUNSAKIN The Media and the "Culture of Nudity" among Nigerian Youths THE MEDIA AND THE "CULTURE OF NUDITY" AMONG NIGERIAN YOUTHS INTRODUCTION It is a common thing to see women and men (both young and old) dressed indecently. Dressings in this order include: see- through dresses and blouses, skimpy blouses that expose the navels, shirts that reveals the body shapes to the extreme, skirts that reveal the laps, extremely tight trousers and revealing leggings, blouses that pop out the...

    Cultural studies, Culture, Globalization 1965  Words | 6  Pages

  • Using Facebook to Cultivate Political Awareness Among Singapore Youth

    POSITION PAPER ON Using Facebook to Cultivate Political Awareness among the Youth in Singapore In Response to “Social Media and its Impact on our Lives” Symposium, Singapore Prepared by: Poh Ying Zhou Quek Qi Yuan Xiao Pu October 2011 Using Facebook to Cultivate Political Awareness among the Youth in Singapore This paper is in response to the “Social Media and its Impact on our Lives” Symposium, Singapore. 1. Introduction “The fatherland cannot endure without freedom, nor freedom...

    Facebook, Political philosophy, Political science 2300  Words | 8  Pages

  • Pop Cultural Music in Sierra Leone, is Creating Social Change and a New Political Identity for Its Youth

    Pop cultural music in Sierra Leone, is creating social change and a new political identity for its youth From the over capacitated concert halls in the energetic urban centers of Sierra Leone to the front lawns of its parliament buildings in Freetown, forward looking Sierra Leonean youth are making use of their newly founded freedoms of expression, which came to being in the aftermath of the nation’s brutal civil war to create social change. In these vibrant communities you can hear musicians...

    Ahmad Tejan Kabbah, All People's Congress, Freetown 2341  Words | 6  Pages

  • Media Business in Democratic Country

    Importance Of Media Business in Democratic Country Like INDIA The newspaper business in India is gaining 10 percent per year but the fear is that the new generation of readers may grow up getting their news on tablet or computer. * For advertisers, newspapers are more time-efficient and effective than other media. Newspapers continue to reach more people than the internet does. * Internet penetration in India is less than 10 percent, but the country has 519 million mobile subscribers. ...

    Democracy, Freedom of the press, Journalism 1248  Words | 4  Pages

  • Electronic Media

    ELECTRONIC MEDIA AND PRINT MEDIA INTRODUCTION TO ELECTRONIC MEDIA This is a type of MASS MEDIA which uses ELECTRONIC Energy in the user end. The most familiar electronic media includes video recording, audio recording, multimedia presentations, slide presentations, CD ROM’S and online contents. Also, recorded broadcasting in television, radio, telephone etc. could be considered as electronic media. THE BASIC USES OF ELECTRONIC MEDIA Electronic Media is probably the most diversified subject...

    Advertising, Electronic media, Johannes Gutenberg 1665  Words | 5  Pages

  • Role of Media in Bringing Public Awareness

    Internet and participation in social media groups have been recognized as by the US Congress as powerful means of helping people to avoid being victimized by advance fee loan scams and other types of financial fraud. Social media is a powerful force, reaching millions of people. The user-friendly design of the major social networking groups encourages users from all age groups and skill sets to communicate and to share information. That is exactly why social media has attracted the attention of government...

    Confidence trick, Consumer protection, Deception 880  Words | 3  Pages

  • ROLE OF MASS MEDIA

    MAL. ONAKPAH ASSIGNMENT TOPIC THE ROLE OF PRESS IN A FREE AND FAIR ELECTION IN NIGERIA By ADELEKE ESTHER KEHINDE INTRODUCTION Election is a festival of democracy. It fosters an inclusive state; democracy rooted in popular sovereignty and sustainable peace and tests the competitive strength of political parties and leaders through programme and ideologies. In this context, it is important for the press to keep the hope of citizens’ by serving key roles in democratic initiatives, democratic...

    Democracy, Election, Elections 1189  Words | 7  Pages

  • Discussion on Media

    The media has got a vital role in molding a good society. As far as children are concerned they have a tendency of grabbing the dialogues, actions etc aired or published through the media. So the media must be aware of this fact. Media should always try to side with the truth. Unfortunately some Medias side certain political parties for their mutual benefits. They must always reveal the truth. Media is the biggest tool to bring awareness in the society, either it be political, social or economical...

    Awareness, Consciousness, Mass media 977  Words | 3  Pages

  • Media Convergence

    Material Media Convergence Worksheet Write brief 250- to 300-word answers to each of the following: |Questions |Answers | |What is meant by the term media |Media convergence means that the lines are getting blurred between the traditional forms | |convergence with regard to technology, |of media and they are almost becoming one. Media convergence plays an important role in ...

    Advertising, Concentration of media ownership, Mass media 1289  Words | 6  Pages

  • Role of Electronic Media in Communication - Paper

    2013 ROLE OF ELECTRONIC MEDIA IN COMMUNICATION The role of the Internet in business communication is varied and has come to be of great importance. It can be used to increase effective communication both internally and externally. Use of the Internet can make it easier to connect with others quickly and more often, in addition to exchanging a wide array of media types. It can be used to communicate purchase information to vendors and by customers to ask questions. The factors that...

    Collaborative software, Communication, E-mail 2164  Words | 7  Pages

  • Role of Media

    Title Role of Media on Pakistan Authors Jasmin Ahmad Naveed Saleem Shahbaz Ali Shah Zia-ur-Rehman Journal We intend to publish this article in the journal www.managementjournals.com since we followed all the guidelines mentioned in this journal. ABSTRACT We are living in a media-driven world where we all are influenced by the media messages. Media plays an important role in setting the agenda of the public. The agenda setting role of media has been recognized worldwide and...

    Culture of Pakistan, Journalism, Mass media 5965  Words | 28  Pages

  • Media

    become a global village. It is media that has shrunk the world into a village. Telecommunication, TV, radio, and now computers have reduced distances and brought the countries of the world closer to each other. Free media is the integral part of democracy. It acts as the custodian of democracy and facilitates the decision-making process. It has become the voice of the masses. Indeed, it is instrumental in shaping the public opinion. A society with restricted media is just like stagnant water. Such...

    Advertising, Autocracy, Democracy 1810  Words | 6  Pages

  • Freedom of Media in Pakistan Blessing or Bane

    Freedom of Media in Pakistan Blessing or Bane? Free media is a double-edged sword which has its benefits and vices; however, its advantages overweigh the disadvantages. Let's Make A New Pakistan 2014 Wednesday, January 01, 2014 1.    Introduction 2.    Definition of free media 3.    Media in Pakistan: From censorship to freedom 4.    Role of media in Pakistan: a blessing and curse at the same time a)     Free media as a blessing:     i. educates and informs masses     ii. increases level of awareness...

    Censorship, Democracy, Freedom of speech 1913  Words | 6  Pages

  • The 4th Pillar: The Importance of Media in Modern Society

    Media performs very important functions in the society. In modern democratic nation‐state system it is considered as the fourth pillar of the state whose functions are indispensible for the smooth and effective functioning of a society. It is the dire need of today’s globalized people to be aware of their surroundings. Therefore everyone gets information through easy accessible sources of media. Mainly mass media is involved in providing latest information about whole world, national, and local events...

    Advertising, Democracy, Human rights 1659  Words | 5  Pages

  • MEDIA: ROLE AND INFLUENCE IN OUR LIVES

    MEDIA: ROLE AND INFLUENCE IN OUR LIVES Living in a society with every moment something happening around us, there exists certain and extreme requirement of information about what is happening around us, how it is related to us and how is it going to affect us. The purpose is being served by media right from the beginning of civilization. However, it has and is changing its forms very rapidly and very broadly. Some of the most basic and major forms of media are daily newspapers, weekly newspapers...

    Entertainment, Journalism, Marshall McLuhan 2077  Words | 5  Pages

  • Youth Violence and the Mass Media

    Introduction The problem I am researching is the desensitizing of America's youth through violence in the mass media, specifically television and video games. I am interested in studying it because as violence on television and the violent content contained in video games has increased, so has youth violence. I want to find if the increasing violence shown on television and video games has a desensitizing effect on America's youth, thus, increasing the probability that they will commit an act of violence...

    Aggression, Mass media, Media violence research 2073  Words | 6  Pages

  • Role of Mass Media in Political Development

    Mass media in Nigeria Prior to the revolution of the Information and Communication Technology (ICT), the television, radio and print media had been the main source of mass communication. The development of mass media in Nigeria dates back to 1970 with the print media being the first having a coverage of about 45% with more penetration in the urban areas. The radio soon followed having a more widely reached audience though the availability of the radio at earlier stages was low and in 1990 then...

    Advertising, Broadcasting, Mass media 1513  Words | 5  Pages

  • The Effects of Mass Media on Youths

    Effects of Mass Media on Youths The concept of adolescence was presented near the end of the nineteenth century and characteristics were attributed to male youths where the adolescents were depicted as "passive and vulnerable". This label, or stereotype, has greatly changed. Nowadays, young boys face varying forms of stereotypes that lead to judgments that were unimaginable in the past century. The mass media has greatly influenced these stereotypes, so it has contributed to creating an increasingly...

    Adolescence, Marshall McLuhan, Mass media 1752  Words | 6  Pages

  • rolesof media

    2013, [ISBN 978-93-83006-16-8] page 67-70 ROLE OF MEDIA IN SOCIAL AWARENESS Pradeep Kumar Dwivedi, Ingita Pandey Research Scholar, Economics Department, University of Allahabad, Allahabad, UP inki2020@gmail.com, gita.pandey7@gmail.com INTRODUCTION The media plays a very constructive role in today’s society. Media play an important role in increasing of public awareness and collect the views, information and attitudes toward certain issue. Media is the most powerful tool of communication...

    Facebook, Social network aggregation, Social network service 1784  Words | 7  Pages

  • essay on eletronic media

    Electronic media such as the Internet, e-books and tablet readers may be having an effect on the print media sector. This essay finds out if there is any validity to this argument. Digital media does seem to have had an impact on the modern world, both affecting the online world and the offline business sectors, as well as world markets. It has certainly affected the communications sector and so it is plausible that it has affected print media too. (G5lo, 2013). Since the year 2003, the amount...

    Culture, High culture, Mainstream 1832  Words | 5  Pages

  • Youth and Technology

    Cyber Media and Moroccan Youth As-Swat Shabab Abstract Street smart communication technologies (blogs, podcasts and vlogs) are creating new opportunities to engage youth in participative and pluralistic media in Morocco. Using tools readily available to them, this project will engage young Moroccans in producing multimedia content for the Internet. Based out of Tanmia’s community Internet access centers and using innovative low cost hardware donated by the US Corporation GENESI and Sun Microsystems...

    Arabic language, Civil society, Internet 2172  Words | 7  Pages

  • Role of Mass Media in Indian Society

    living in a world dominated by media. The mass media is increasingly occupying the central stage in our lives. The mass media has an iron grip on the imagination as well as thinking faculties of the society. The programmes and features served by the mass media which instruct people not only what they should eat, drink and wear and groom them but also at times misguide them to commit heinous crimes. Mass media acts as an effective catalyst of change in society. Mass media which is also called the sword-arm...

    Advertising, Journalism, Marshall McLuhan 1270  Words | 3  Pages

  • Role of Media

    of strength. This strength can either be used constructively by educating the people or it can be used destructively by misleading the innocent people. Power of the media can transform the whole society especially in the developing countries it can be used as a 'weapon of mass destruction'. But I think the most important use of media is to educate the people about the basic human rights. The dilemma of the developing countries is that people are not fully aware of their basic rights and if they know...

    Advertising, Journalism, Mass media 1886  Words | 5  Pages

  • Pakistan Media

    Media enhance the knowledge of public and communicates all the happenings to the public. Media industry of Pakistan is growing fast with much potential and seemingly bright future ahead. Media should not use negative tools to increase their viewership. Role of media in Pakistan is getting quite irresponsible; as there are so many talk shows and political debates on the screen all the time and sometimes they seems to be crossing their limits. Media should work in its limits and according to some...

    Advertising, Concentration of media ownership, Journalism 1036  Words | 4  Pages

  • media influences/reflects society

    Media plays a significant role in our society as a routine in our daily lives that also leads the society with beneficial roles. Media is a massive tool that enhance the society with networking information and develop communication skills with the combination of television,magazines,books,newspapers and more. However, media does not only reflects society but influences them too from few perspectives such as food and electronic devices and fashion Media influences...

    Advertising, Mass media, Media influence 910  Words | 2  Pages

  • Electronic Media

    ELECTRONIC MEDIA Electronic media are media that use electronics or electromechanical energy for the end user (audience) to access the content. This is in contrast to static media (mainly print media), which are most often created electronically, but don't require electronics to be accessed by the end user in the printed form. The primary electronic media sources familiar to the general public are better known as video recordings, audio recordings, multimedia presentations, slide presentations...

    Electronic media, Marshall McLuhan, Mass media 561  Words | 3  Pages

  • Role of the Youth in Nation Building

    Role of the Youth in Nation Building Youth power is a recognized force in the world today. The youth are filled with tremendous energy and towering ambitions. They can be utilized as a constructive and as a destructive force by any nation. During the eighties, the youth power made itself prominent in many socialist countries of Europe and in China. Tianamen Square in Beijing, China witnessed a powerful demonstration. Thousands of Chinese youth sacrificed their lives in order to bring democracy...

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  • Engaging Youth in Social Media

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