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Akhada represents not only form of talk but place where you are talking. In Nepal, galli, bus stop, cafe, or parks where people predominantly young men hangout engage in akhada. Nepal has transformed from a Rana family dictatorship regime to Shah Monarchy and finally to the Republican State. There had been some extreme measures to suppress public free speeches. Freedom was always limited and people disapproved of it. Many people participating in, or commenting on akhada are concerned...
Communications satellites have a quiet, yet profound, effect on our daily lives. They link remote areas of the Earth with telephone and television. Modern financial business is conducted at high speed via satellite. The newspaper USA Today is typeset and transmitted to printing plants via satellite. Radio signals near the microwave frequency range are best suited to carry large volumes of communications traffic. They are not deflected by the Earth's atmosphere as lower frequencies are....
The past decade has witnessed a sudden surge in online communication via social network sites. Society especially adolescents and emerging adults has adopted this emerging technological tool for peer interaction. Web-based social networking services have allowed people sharing the same values and interests to connect across political, economic and geographic borders. However, "despite our inter-connectedness" via electronic communication, "we're now more alone than ever"...
The music industry is one of the largest creative industries in the world, combing different elements of the business to produce and sell music to its audience. The development of the industry has evolved on a very large scale since the 19th century, when it was the printed sheet music being the leading product. Moving forward with society's technological progression, in the 20th century, the way we were listening to music was changing with it becoming ubiquitous. "...popular music was...
Today, we call our world a Global Village; this term came into existence due to the introduction and rapid advancement of the Internet in the last few decades, which turned the world into a completely different place. One of the major reasons why we call the world a 'Global Village' is due to the communicational services the Internet has created. Using computers as the medium of communication and transference of information between participants of different regions, different locations, and...
"Want to watch a DVD? Type the name of the film into Pirate Bay, click a link and a few hours later the video is waiting for you on your hard drive. It's simple and easy and much nicer than going out in the rain to a video shop." (Tom Whitwell, 2009) For a lot of people the above statement is actually very true and very normal. Although watching films in cinema is an extraordinary experience, but the evolution of home cinema systems and increasing popularity of large TV screens have...
What is advertising? Advertising is 'paid persuasive communication that uses non-personal mass media - as well as other forms of interactive communication - to reach broad audiences to connect an identified sponsor with a target audience' (Wells, et al, 2006:5) There are many different paradigms in advertising, the most popular being the Stern and Aida paradigms of informing, persuading and reminding, and getting consumer's attention, interest, desire and therein causing the customer to make...
The mass media in today's society has shape the way we act, think and react to certain outcomes in our lives. It has such an impact on the choices we make and the choices that are available for us to make, that we sometimes don't even know it's there. This often creates an awareness of the roles and attitudes we are expected to react to through commercialism. "Advertising is the art of convincing people to spend money they don't have for something they don't need" (Rogers, 2004 ) and...
The development of both public service broadcasting and commercial TV has been a long - lasting movement. This made British broadcasting become unsurpassed and distinctive when compared to that from any other country (Buscombe, 2000). Public service broadcasting and commercial TV are different in many ways, especially when it comes to the types of programmes, aims and financing sources. This essay will discuss the values of British broadcasting and reference to some flagship television...
Communalism is a pervasive phenomenon in the public life of India and communal riots are the ugliest expression (Krishna, 1985). Communal riots have become an integral part of communalism in India. An event can be classified as a communal riot on two grounds. Firstly, if there is violence. Secondly, if two or more communally identified groups confront each other or the members of the other group, at some point during the violence (Varshney, 2002). The reason behind such communal riots can be...