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21 Jul 2022

What is television doing to us? - Jack Gould (1949) - The Impact of Television on Families in the 1950s

Text commentary - 3 pages - Sociology

The invention of television in the 1950s is no doubt one that brought a significant social change more so within the family context. In his introductory statement, Gould (1949) is concerned about the impact of television. He is keen to point out that at the time, the issue of the...

14 Jun 2021

The Codes and Conventions of Factual Programming for Television

Tutorials/exercises - 4 pages - Film studies

Documentary films are ‘non-fictional, slice of life factual works of art' (Reference: Because of this, documentaries may be described as accurate representations of life, whether that is true or not is a completely different story. The earliest...

14 Jun 2021

Advertising Production For Television

Essay - 4 pages - Arts and art history

Ads give thanks, shower praise, confirm self-worth, answer prayers, express devotion, foster hope and inspire belief … In the end, we buy the advertising, not the product, because it promises something we want. This quote is somewhat true, as it is saying that adverts promise to make our...

08 Oct 2015

Violent crime and its relationship to videos games and violent television shows

Essay - 2 pages - Sociology

There has been an influx in the number of Television shows and violent video games that different people in today's generation are being exposed to. With the current trends and lack of supervision from the parents and guardians on the content that the children access it has become utterly...

18 Aug 2014

How violent television programs affects firearm control legislation?

Case study - 8 pages - Film studies

Globally, violent crime television programs have increased; this has had a widespread effect on the society, positively and negatively. Negative effects of violent television became a major concern after broadcasting began in the United States in 1946. From previous studies viewing...

23 May 2014

Should Television Formats Be Copyright able?

Case study - 9 pages - Civil law

The idea of copyrighting television formats has become a prevalent area of debate in recent years, partly due to the increased global marketing/trade in television today and partly due to the changing nature of our television viewing habits and the types of programs on offer...

18 Aug 2014

Gender Commercial Analysis- Examples of Gender bias and stereotypes in television adverts

Case study - 2 pages - Educational studies

The main purpose of advertisements is to make people change their behavior. In many cases, people are influenced by the model because they aspire to have the same trends. Therefore, the presentation of commercials tells an interesting story about gender roles in popular culture. Due to the...

14 Jun 2013

Crime and forensic television dramas and their effect on individual psychology

Case study - 5 pages - Psychology

Advances in technology and communications provide increasing accurate tools for forensic science and are directly responsible for its development over recent decades. Communication has also provided the average citizen with forensic information, whether it is for the sake of fiction or actual...

16 Aug 2012

Television as a potential media tool

Essay - 4 pages - Modern history

Current media analysis is highly focused on the perceived failings of television. The medium has been charged with being overly commercial, catering to the interests of political and governmental elite and facilitating the softening of the news by prioritizing stories with high dramatic or...

27 Jan 2011

Analysis of television advertising: The coffee brand Nespresso

Case study - 7 pages - Management

Television conveys messages in mass, both visual and auditory. It serves as a support for other advertising discourses, which is one of the instances of production that we find in the media which will be the topic of our study in this paper. We will devote our analysis on one of the TV...

03 Feb 2011

Beginning of television in the United States

Essay - 6 pages - Social sciences

The history of television is probably one of the biggest stories of the century. The history of American television began long before the marketing of the first receivers in the late 1940s.It took a long time to develop the technology for television. The concept of the...

29 Sep 2010

Bourdieu (Pierre), On Television

Essay - 5 pages - Arts and art history

Television has become increasingly important in today's society and it has become a tool for expressing an opinion or conveying a message to the public. It is also able to influence other fields in the social space through which it enables a series of interactions. It also determines...

15 Jan 2009

The impact of television advertisement on children

Essay - 4 pages - Social sciences

The average child is exposed to more than 40,000 television commercials a year. My focus is devoted primarily to the examination of television advertising for three reasons. Firstly, marketers who seek children for commercial purposes rely primarily on television because it...

07 May 2009

Social cognitive processes mediating the relationship between exposure to television's sexual content and adolescents' sexual behavior by Steven C. Martino, Rebecca L. Collins, David E. Kanouse, Marc Elliot, and Sandra H. Berry

Thesis - 4 pages - Journalism

The article I chose to study is from the volume 89 of the Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, published in 2005 by the American Psychological Association. It deals with a research supported by National Institute of Child Health and Human Development. I chose this one since, like the...

03 Apr 2009

The Indian television broadcasting industry

Market study - 43 pages - Business strategy

The Indian Entertainment and Media Industry has out-performed the Indian economy and is one of the fastest growing sectors in India. It is rising on the back of economic growth and razing income levels that India has been experiencing in the past years. This is significantly benefiting the...

14 May 2009

The role of music in commercial television advertising

Thesis - 17 pages - Services marketing

This thesis is written for the Bachelor of Business Studies final. It is a fully literature- based thesis so only literature research is involved. This thesis is about the role of music in commercial television advertising. To reach a satisfying solution to this problem, the position of...

11 Jun 2009

Motion picture compression technique used in digital television sets

Thesis - 5 pages - Electronics

Digital television is a completely new way of broadcasting and is the future of television. With the advent of digital technology, digital audio and video compression and other advanced signal processing, it is possible to transmit and receive broadband data over co-axial cable and...

12 Mar 2009

Effects of television advertising on children

Thesis - 5 pages - Services marketing

In their article, The Commodity Flow of U.S. Children's Television, authors Matthew P. McAllister and J. Matt Giglio argue that commodity flow is one of the most prominent aspects of television programming for children, and that this commodity flow and corporate brand imaging builds...

20 Feb 2009

How does the 1976 film network accurately reflect ideologies and practices of modern television?

Essay - 5 pages - Film studies

The ideologies and practices evident in modern television are succinctly foreshadowed in the 1976 Hollywood classic, Network. This prophetic Oscar-winning film satirically dramatised a series of predictions, most of which were fulfilled in modern television. The film shows that...

20 Feb 2009

Does television advertising have a negative effect on children?

Thesis - 6 pages - Psychology

Advertising is a collective term for public announcements designed to promote the sale of specific commodities or services. Advertising is a form of mass selling, employed when the use of direct, person-to-person selling is impractical, impossible, or simply inefficient. ‘It is to be...

15 Jun 2008

Television Taking a Hold

Essay - 5 pages - Social sciences

The word culture was derived from the Greek word colere, meaning “to cultivate.” Since then several definitions have been developed. A U.N. document in 2002 stated culture as the "set of distinctive spiritual, material, intellectual and emotional features of society or a social group,...

17 Jul 2008

Caucas-o-vision: White portrayal of African Americans in television

Essay - 5 pages - International relations

With the rising number of television sets in American households post World War II, came hope that this unprecedented tool of mass media would bridge the socioeconomic, racial, and cultural divides splintering the county. However, since television's conception in the late 1930's, it...

17 Jul 2008

Backgrounder: reality television

Essay - 5 pages - Journalism

Reality programs have been part of television since the beginning and have grown steadily among viewers over the years to make itself one of the most viewed types of shows on the air today. With the huge success of reality shows like American Idol, Survivor, The Real World, The Bachelor...

19 Oct 2007

Lies the Television Told Us

Essay - 3 pages - Film studies

The media exists for the sole purpose of entertainment, and the easiest way to bring this entertainment to the people is through television. This being said, it can be understood why the media functions the way it does; entertainment needs to be entertaining. Isn't it only expected that...

19 Sep 2022

November 20, 2014, televised speech - Barack Obama (2014) - How does the search for a middle ground end up being an ambiguous approach towards immigration ?

Text commentary - 5 pages - Political science

The issue of immigration has always been central to Barack Obama's presidential term. As early as 2010, the Obama administration tried to get Congress to adopt part of the "comprehensive immigration reform", it included several measures such as a program to provide a path to legal status for...

02 Jun 2021

Porter's Five Forces - Disney

Case study - 4 pages - International marketing

The Walt Disney Company is an American company founded in 1923 and specializing in leisure and entertainment. The Walt Disney Company was originally a cartoon production studio, created and supported by the two brothers of the Disney family. Disney studios are the source of many cartoons that are...

07 Jul 2021

Swot Analysis - Samsung

Case study - 4 pages - ICT marketing

Samsung Electronics is a subsidiary of the Korean SAMSUNG group specializing in the manufacture and marketing of electronic products. It is one of the world leaders in electronic equipment, connected devices, technologies. Samsung has prided itself on being the world's largest manufacturer...

12 Dec 2022

Corporate strategy - Disney +

Case study - 9 pages - Business strategy

Entertainment giant Disney's new streaming platform is undoubtedly a major turning point for the company. Disney+ is an online video-on-demand platform owned and operated by The Walt Disney Company through its Walt Disney Direct-to-Consumer and International division with the four...

27 Jan 2021

SWOT Analysis - Netflix

Case study - 3 pages - ICT marketing

Netflix, founded by Reed Hastings and Marc Randolph in 1997, is an online streaming service that allows its members who pay subscription fees to watch television shows, movies, series and documentaries from their devices using internet connection. Netflix originated in the United States as...

09 Jun 2021

Marketing Mix - Disney

Case study - 4 pages - International marketing

Walter Elias Disney co-founder of the Walt Disney Company with his brother Roy since 1923. Originally few people know that Walter had created a production company alone which unfortunately went bankrupt, during which time he produced Alice in Wonderland. However, he did not let that hold him back...