• Essay on printing media (press)
    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...
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  • 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 •...
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  • Comaparitive study on Environmental awareness: india and Germony
    STUDY ON ENVIRONMENTAL AWARENESS AND ENVIRONMENTALLY BENEFICIAL BEHAVIOR IN INDIA Hannah Hoerisch, April 2002 for CMS ENVIS Centre Contents 1. Introduction 1 2. Objectives 3 3. Methodology 3 Part I Factors contributing to the level of environmental awareness 4. Environmental education ...
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  • Civic Engagement
    Civic Engagement and Political Awareness in the Youth of America Change is inevitable and the popular one hit wonder, Video Killed the Radio Star, echoes a nostalgic desire to appreciate the past. The simple, yet meaningful verse, “we can’t rewind we’ve gone too far,” drives home the notion that the...
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  • Development Communication
    Background(Executive Summary) 3 1.1 Development Communication and the role it plays 3 Body of Report 3 2.1 Development Communication 3 2.2 Stages / Facets of Development Communication 4 2.3 Impact of Development communication 7 2.4 Role of Development communication 9 Conclusion 11 References...
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  • 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...
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  • Social Media as a Tool for Gathering Votes
    Social Media as a Tool for Generating Votes The use of social media to generate votes is a very new concept. It is still in its preliminary stages but it shows great results as it helps gain popularity among the voters and confidence through them. Various instances of the use of social media have occurred...
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  • 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...
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  • Is Global Warming a Myth?
    changes to the environment. This is one of the most contentious issues noted by Nisbet and Myers (2007) since the late nineteen eighties for scientists, media, politicians and the general public. The main inquiry of the issue is whether the general rise of temperature is a direct cause of human activity or...
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  • rolesof media
    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...
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  • Education of Student
    eight years ago. Just imagine what the numbers would look like now. The availability of media is everywhere. One angle that you might not have thought of are the benefits of media to teachers. Teachers can use media to help find problems that fit real world situations for their students. A good example...
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  • Ngo's and Media on Human Rights
    organisation aims to inform policy makers and the general public aware the processes, causes and warning signs of genocide; to create institutions and the political will to prevent and stop genocide; and to bring those who commit genocide to justice. Other legal responses such as the International Criminal...
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  • term paper
    term paper on a group basis. This report contains analysis of legal awareness, how to create legal awareness in urban area of Bangladesh through ICT. 1.2 Problem Statement and Justification How ICT can help to create legal awareness through ICT in Bangladesh especially in urban area. Does individual...
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  • Role of the Media in Shaping Opinion in Case of Humanitarian Interventions, Example of Somalia
    o EWHA Woman’s university | Role of the media in shaping opinion in case of humanitarian interventions | Example of Somalia | | Mass Media and Society | June 2010 | ThesisThe way that TV news is creating emotion (through the power of images) in its audience is an essential element to understand...
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  • Women
    supported by effective media, progressive policies, and changing mind set. In practice, women are victims of financial discrimination, inhuman customs and laws such as Karo Kari, Qasas and marriage to the Quran and half witnesses according to the state law. In contrast, the recent political, legal, educational...
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  • Talk Show
    middle class people. The population is also diverse in its political religious affiliations. During my research, I not only interviewed some anchorperson but also contacted them through mails and mobile calls, the heads of Mass Communication and Media Studies Departments of University of Sargodha and University...
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  • The Role of Civil Society and Patron-Client Networks in the Analysis of Corruption
    Current Challenges and Initiatives: The Roles of Civil Society and Media in the Fight Against Corruption in Pakistan By Mukhtar Ahmad Ali, CPDI Corruption in the Asia-Pacific region can cost up to one-sixth of a country's gross domestic product, robbing its citizens of precious resources that could...
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  • The Role of the Media in Relation to Hiv/Aids
    THE ROLE OF THE MEDIA IN RELATION TO HIV/AIDS Today we are waterlogged by media of different forms, shapes, and sizes and every day the average citizen spends a large amount of his or her time in the burning up of media products, whether as a reader, listeners, or viewers. Media refers to various...
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  • Democracy in Pakistan
    follows: Overdeveloped state structure, political instability, military intervention, massive corruption, lack of accountability, weak infrastructure, feudal dispensation, institutional crises, constitutional crises, strong bureaucracy, low level of political socialization, extremism, weak civil society...
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  • Role of Media
    1 Increasing Role of Media in Pakistan Introduction 1. People’s perceptions on issues are based on media’s perceptions and media’s perceptions are based mostly on non-investigated assumptions. More information than ever is being produced on more subjects/themes and consumed now than in ever...
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