“Films can teach, they can explain and they can move people to great depths. Having done all these things, is it possible for films to move people to action? There is no question for most social scientists that carefully constructed communications, films for instance, can produce changes in attitudes, in those who adequately receive the […]Read more "Video, in culture, community n art."
stereotypes. This word is often heard in the internet and the media. But why? To begin, lets understand the real meaning of the word, stereotype. Stereotype (ster-e-o-type) is defined as a widely held but fixed and oversimplified image or idea of a particular type of person or thing. It could be positive or negative, but usually […]Read more "Stereotype. Stereotypical. : Week 4"
Facebook. Its a name we hear often in our daily lives, in our friends conversations, our classmates, our family even. Even we use it everyday, on a daily basis. So, what is Facebook actually? In the website http://whatis.techtarget.com/definition/Facebook, “Facebook is a popular free social networking website that allows registered users to create profiles, upload photos and video, send […]Read more "Facebook : An analysis of self behavior"
It was a sunny day. You look up. “Starbucks Coffee” was written on the signboard. You walked to the glass door under the signboard that marks the premise of the cafe. You opened the door using your right hand. Sniff sniff. The smell of coffee beans that were just freshly roasted goes through your nose. […]Read more "The impact of media invention : Week 2"
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