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    MEDIA AS A TOOL FOR CHANGE The growth of media has led to an expansion. The media is attracting young minds and already cover diverse issues. Apart from providing information, electronic media are a highly influential medium of communication in shaping public opinion, changing social attitudes, entertaining...
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    specific incident any body from this region had been paying part.being an important country of this region ant the only nuclear power of Islamic world , Pakistan has its own importance. Strategically it is situated in a very important part of the world its boundaries are touching three nuclear powers directly...
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  • Eassys
    use, treating addicts, and fighting drug-related crime. Although drugs threaten many societies, their effects can also be combated successfully. This essay looks at some of the effects of drug use on society, and suggests some solutions to the problem.  Drug abuse causes multiple problems for countries...
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  • International Journal of Humanities and Social Science
    Elections during Musharraf Period in Pakistani Print Media (1999-2008) Naveed Iqbal Chaudhry Lecturer Institute of Communication Studies University of the Punjab Lahore-Pakistan Amna Ashraf Lecturer Media studies Dept 93-Kinnaird College Lahore-Pakistan Abstract This paper presents a content analysis...
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  • Media
    FREEDOM OF MEDIA AND SOCIETY IN PAKISTAN CHAPTER I INTRODUCTION Media was born when for the first time two human beings communicated to each other. Hence the ancient form of media was solely based on face to face, person to person interaction and communication either in private or through...
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  • Impact of Private Channels
    Introduction: Media has occupied a major place in our daily lives by providing substance from our identities, put up meaning and organizes our survival. Individuals adapt their use of mass media to their own particular needs. Broadly speaking, we can say that people use the media in four ways: enjoyment...
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  • Is Pakistani Media a Free Media ?
    Is Pakistani media entitled to be called a free media? Media, print or electronic, has played a very crucial role in determining the rights of people and unfurling the issues to the common man. Freedom of information is of prime concern to the UN charter, for it is the only way through which the rights...
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  • Mediaaaaaaaaa
    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...
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  • Growth and Development of Paksitani Media
    Development of Paksitani Media  Pak inherited 05 radio channel son its birth. International Trend played important role in development of Mass Media in Pakistan. Initial decades of Pakistani Media’s history have been dominated by PTV. 2. Government was compelled to permit freedom of media (a)Liberalization...
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  • Media
    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 a number of research studies have been conducted all over the world to investigate...
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  • Media Ethics in Pakistan
    Definitions: "Media ethics" merits an entry in A Dictionary of Media and Communication. This new paperback from Oxford University Press marks a handy starting place for policy makers, students and the general public to begin discussing media ethics. The entry offers a definition by description, and...
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  • Two Mediums
    about America presently. The American economicdevelopments in communication technology in 20th century onwards in form of digital media, electronics media and print media has reached unprecedented heights leaving undeniable marks on everyday life of people. In short, English language has become the axis...
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  • Electronic Media in Pakistan
    ELECTRONIC MEDIA IN PAKISTAN =============== INDIVIDUAL RESEARCH PAPER NATIONAL MANAGEMENT COLLEGE, LAHORE 92nd   NATIONAL MANAGEMENT COURSE A paper submitted to the Faculty of the National Management College, Lahore, in partial fulfilment of the requirements of the 92nd   National Management...
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  • Reserach Papers
    “RATING RACE” IN MEDIA HOUSES AND ITS CONSEQUENCES Me-di-a [mi:die] n.pl. Of medium.# Medium 1. An agency or means; that by or through which something may be done. 2. A substance (e.g. air, water) in which existence is possible or through which impressions may be carried to the senses. ...
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  • organizational behavior
    439-458 Role of Civil Society in Empowering Pakistani Women Shehzadi Zamurrad Awan F.C College University ABSTRACT Civil society in Pakistan has been playing its role in social, economic and political empowerment of women. Unfortunately, despite of the emergence of vibrant print/electronic media...
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  • term paper
    RESEARCH PROPOSAL RESEARCH TITLE IMPACT OF MEDIA ON YOUNG GENERATION’S DEPORTMENT INTRODUCTION. Information is an essential input for decision making while media is an important source of such information. Media including print media and electronic media is an excellent mode of communication, entertainment...
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  • Gloabalization of Media
    Globalization of Media –MCM404 VU Globalization of Media MCM404 Table of Contents: Lesson 1 Lesson 2 Lesson 3 Lesson 4 Lesson 5 Lesson 6 Lesson 7 Lesson 8 Lesson 9 Lesson 10 Lesson 11 Lesson 12 Lesson 13 Lesson 14 Lesson 15 Lesson 16 Lesson 17 Lesson 18 Lesson 19 Lesson 20 Lesson 21 Lesson 22...
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  • Du Journalism Syllabus
    foyer in the market of contention. The syllabus was first revised in 2001 and has been revised once again in 2010 to keep pace with the growth of the media. During its short but brilliant history, the course has carved a niche for itself and continues to be one of the most sought after courses of the...
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  • Media
    . Print is the oldest media of mass communication. Newspapers can reach greater masses of public. They allow readers to control exposure. This not only gives us the facts about an event or issue but also explains and interprets them. Radio is very effective and strong media of mass communication...
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