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...Audiences Question What does an ethnographic approach to audience research involve? Briefly discuss howthis approach compares with other approaches to audience study and briefly outline the strengths and weaknesses of this approach in audience research. Answer: Ethnography is a branch of anthropology which provides scientific descriptions and interpretations of human social behavior. It is a systematic study of people that observes, through extensive fieldwork, how humans act and interact in a specific and defined culture. Ethnography is an approach to research dedicated to collecting in-depth information on social behavior in a specific context. Traditionally, culture was understood... to...
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Identifying Audiences
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...Audiences Affiliation Once a speech topic has been selected, happens to be imperative that one analyzes their audience. The analysis of audience involves identification of the audience as well as adaptation of the speech to the audience’s interest, Attitudes, beliefs, and level of understanding as well. Taking an approach that is audience – centered happens to be important since the effectiveness of the speaker is improved where the presentation is created as well as delivered in a manner that is quite appropriate. It is often difficult to identify the audience through existence research, hence adaption of audience doers rely often on imagination healthy use. Same as with most valuable... Identifying...
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Media Audiences
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...Audience Media Audience [Institute’s Media Audience Technology is one of the aspects in the twenty first century that has not only changed the ideas, notion and perceptions of the human beings but also the way people live their lives. It has become one of the most significant and considerable facets of human lives. Moreover, the technological changes and the advancement in technologies in the last few years have proved to be much more in comparison to the previous hundred years. Furthermore, the exponential boost in the advancement and innovation is technology is in a continuously growing process. Therefore, no one can neglect the truth that the humans are now living... . Indeed, the media...
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Media Audiences
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...audience It refers to a huge audience. The whole world is practically concentrating on one thing at a single time. An audience is in this sense is regarded as a mass rather than been taken as multiple individuals or still distinct sub-groups. This notion assumes media as a social problem. It homogenizes its audience and makes it into victims of bland and repetitive entertainment. Media audiences may be defined in regard to location, size, consumption and subjectivity. Location of the media locally will raise question concerning regulation and control. Audiences are also defined by the consumption that they make as there are those of a particular genre... MASS MEDIA AND MEDIA ETHNOGRAPHY by The mass...
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Media Audiences
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...audiences as being active. Within this definition is the understanding that media is at all times open to interpretation. While there is a message meant to be delivered from the respective television network, internet source, radio station, newspaper etc..., it is still, at all times, up to the individual audience or reader to interpret and respond. This unavoidable process in the communication between the media and the audience keeps the audience active, because each individual involved in a never ending cycle of interpretation. Culture and Representation Stuart Hall defines culture as, "actual grounded terrain of practices... Scholars within the cultural studies tradition often describe media...
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Televison Audiences
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...audience research and children. Introduction The nature of media research in reference to children and their viewing habits allows for cultural studies to frame the experience of media as it influences culture and society. The media effects theory pursues the idea that the media creates a paradigm in which autonomy is reduced through influential messages that train culture towards similar thinking. This can be observed through the globalization of a culture that is infiltrating the world through internet access that promotes consumerist ideologies, spreading them through exposure with an alignment of thinking patterns emerging. Children are considered particularly... susceptible to these type...
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New media audiences and technologies
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...Audiences and Technologies No: New Media Audiences and Technologies Introduction Mass media is the strongest medium to establish communication between people as well as for transferring message to people. Mass media such as internet, television, newspaper and magazine are the most powerful mediums which have a great effect on the audiences. With the passage of time new technologies are emerging and nature of audiences has been changing. With the emergence of new technologies media has been altering to new media. Firstly I will discuss about the new media then I will discuss the positive and negative impacts of new media. Further on I will discuss about the audiences of new media... and the...
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Short Research Paper on Audiences
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...AUDIENCES: INTERVIEW-BASED RESEARCH Research Introduction and Background The understandings onthe manner in which audiences interact with media have over years been the preserve of researchers and communication thinkers. However, a good number of conventional researchers have failed to come with a comprehensive description on the most effective approaches of engaging audiences in media activities and operations (Lawler 2008, p. 76). The 1980’s and 1990’s development in media that lead to the adoption of new approaches of engaging audiences in media played a incredibly decisive role in replacing the conventional political economic perspective. Modern approaches have... holistically...
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Crisis Communications and Segmented Audiences
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...audiences Crisis communications & segmented audiences Titus Rock Manickam Order No. 243877 10 October 2008 Table of Contents Effective communication strategy to use before.3 during and following a crisis Barriers and risks to effective communication3 Key crisis communications.3 Five segmented audience..4 Press Release..4 Media Relations5 Source7 Crisis communications & segmented audiences Twenty die as cable car detaches from wire over French Alps (1999) Effective communication strategy to use before, during and following a crisis It is important to keep on hand phone numbers of essentials like the ambulance, the police... Crisis communications & segmented...
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Media audiences and Media geography
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...Audiences and Media Geography The media can be broadly ified into two main types; the traditional media and the contemporary media representing the audiences of the past and those of the present respectively. The traditional media represents the traditional ways of mass communication that were adopted by the ancient societies. “Traditional media refer to the time-honored, conventional means of mass communication, such as street theater and puppetry as practiced by various global communities and cultures, or embodied in local custom or lore, generally involving the use of storytelling and especially communication arts that make up a distinctive culture, representative of a traditional way... ?Media...
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New Media Audiences and Technologies
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...Audiences and Technologies No: New Media Audiences and Technologies Introduction Mass media is the strongest medium to establish communication between people as well as for transferring message to people. Mass media such as internet, television, newspaper and magazine are the most powerful mediums which have a great effect on the audiences. With the passage of time new technologies are emerging and nature of audiences has been changing. With the emergence of new technologies media has been altering to new media. Firstly I will discuss about the new media then I will discuss the positive and negative impacts of new media. Further on I will discuss about the audiences of new media... and the...
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Media Audiences Are Manipulated, Passive Audiences. Art and Branding
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...Audiences Are Manipulated, Passive Audiences Introduction Fashion advertising represents a perfect instance of the creation of identity by the media. The nature of product is associated with a form of cultural identity and style. The field of fashion advertising the major fashion institutions such as Gucci, Prada and media such as Allure magazine produce the desired effect by the use of people that are talented to the most in creating the most persuasive and emotional images which can be attained by the media (Merskin, 2004, pp. 119-129). Fashion advertising makes use of signifiers in the creation of an identity, which is usually through the portrayal of fashion through high status, youth... ? Media...
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My target audiences are students
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...Audience Analysis Audience profile My target audiences are who already drive because I want to inform them that texting while driving is lethal to them and to others around them. These people are educated and are even fully aware to some extent that texting can distract them from driving, but they need to be more conscious of the drawbacks of this harmful prevalent practice. Moreover, I want to also influence parents, schools, communities, and governments to be aware of the pitfalls of texting while driving so that they can raise awareness on this matter. The topic is useful to the target audience because one of the most common victims of texting while driving belong to their age profile... 13 July...
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Writing for Different Cultures and Audiences
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...Audiences al Affiliation Writing for Different Cultures and Audiences From the critiques of various students who viewed an exhibition of new art currently on view, it was commendable that they were able to appreciate art through personal interpretations of diverse artists’ works exemplifying cultural perspectives. One hereby aims to provide brief commentaries to three of the critiques: Audrey Cheng’s Critique on Araya Rasjarmrearnsook’ Storytellers of the Town The artist’s rendition of contemporary art through installations and multi-channel video works from the past two decades of Thai women’s life was effectively evaluated and interpreted from Cheng’s point... Writing for Different Cultures and...
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Sharing Microeconomic Insights with Non-Specialist Audiences
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...Audiences: Monopoly Case study of Anheuser-Busch InBev Introduction A monopoly is a single seller serving many buyers. A monopoly is a single firm in such an industry and hence faces no rivals. It, therefore, makes major decisions like the price to charge on its goods; the monopoly firm is hence called a price maker. In the modern world pure monopolies, that is, one firm serving the whole market rarely exist but there are companies that operate in near monopoly conditions. These companies control an overwhelming share of the market. For example, a company serving approximately 80% of the market will be considered a monopoly due to its market... Sharing Microeconomic Insights with Non-Specialist...
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Sports Fans and audiences: Behaviors, Attitudes and Identities
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...Audiences: Football Introduction The canvas of sports following throughout the globe is expanding. The major reasons of increase in sports following is due to the role of media and internet. People tend to follow sports for entertainment purposes primarily but sooner they become a part of splinter group or division. Football is the most played and watched sports in the world because of its prestigious history and convenient accessibility. European countries enhanced and flourished this game by introducing football leagues. The purpose of these leagues remained to build social bonding between players of different countries and present better version of the game. The induction... Fans and Audiences:...
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Television Audiences
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...audience any dimension in which they might roam freely in imagination - contained by the films framework but unsupervised by its precise actualities - without losing the thread; thus it trains those exposed to it to identify film directly with reality” (Horkheimer, Adorno and Noerr 100). In other words, it is believed that the media of film has created a space in which the totality of the imagination of the masses is held captive, unable... Apathy as Life: The Nullification of Culture Theodor Adorno and Max Horkheimer, along with many other theoretical philosophers of the early to mid-twentieth century defined a new concept of looking at the culture that had developed on the wave of the industrial...
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What impact are technologies such as iPlayer, 4OD and You Tube having on audiences and broadcasters
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...audiences and broadcasters? Introduction New age technologies have added tothe already transforming landscape in the world of mass media, especially within television industry, where users are now exposed to multiple channels and internet convergence. Concurrently, the broadcasting organisations are on the lookout for new ways of trade and advertising to woo their audiences and earn more revenue. Along with these, the broadcasting agencies are also emphasising on finding new ways of subject distribution and delivery. The current scenario is as Negroponte surmised in the mid-nineties, “wholly new content will emerge from digital... ?What impact are technologies such as iPlayer, 4OD and You Tube having on...
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South American Audiences
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... Memorandum April 16, The team going to Venezuela Director of Training, Compliance Department Subject: To create and train on Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) for plant operations Although the plants in Venezuela are not required to follow OSHA standards, our company plans on implementing them as much as possible, as a way of increasing value for the new acquisition. The strategies and approaches that will make implementation of Standard Operating Procedures successful are as follows: One strategy that the will be employed in Venezuela to ensure that the SOPs are successful is the SOP will indicate the individuals who will be responsible for particular tasks, references and requisite... Memorandum...
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Summary of Benjamin R. Bates. Audiences, Metaphors, and the Persian Gulf War
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...Audiences, Metaphors, and the Persian Gulf War" To discover the construction of American leadership, Benjamin Bates explored George Bush's diplomatic efforts as rhetorical efforts. Benjamin Bates first underscored the significance of Bush's international audience, one comprised opinion leaders from other countries that could help the military alliance. Having indicated some of the compulsions that an international audience puts on foreign policy rhetoric, Benjamin Bates observed the significance of Bush's mass-mediated public speeches as a representative anecdote for the persuasion of this international audience. The American public was crucial to the Persian Gulf War... Summary of Benjamin R. Bates....
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Crime and Violence on Television and Its Impact on Wider Audiences
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...Audiences An analysis of the media portrayals of crime and violence reveals that the phenomenon has been a critical component of television broadcasting, resulting in a widespread psychological impact on the minds of audiences that also extends to the incidence or occurrence of violent behavior. This paper will focus on comprehensively discussing the impact that depictions of crime and violence have had on the behavior of audiences. Specifically, the hypothesis presented in the paper asserts that viewing of violence and crime on television is positively correlated with an increase in violent behavior on the part of the audience. Additionally... ? Crime and Violence on Television and Its Impact on Wider...
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Evaluating web site audiences
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...audience. The first page of “Versace” site demonstrates two women whose age range is of 25-40. In this way the designers present the intended audience of the brand... Comparing of cheap and expensive clothes While researching labels of clothes there were twobrands that I found very interesting to compare. I paid my attention that they are different in their design but also have some things in common. I was working at sites for cheap and luxury clothes. They are http://www.versace.com/ and https://www.tally-weijl.com/. Both of them are easy to use. The structure is quite similar. They offer online shopping of clothes shoes and accessories. I compared these sites according to age, gender and a...
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Examine the view that media industries view audiences as commodities. Discuss with reference to at least two theorists
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...audiences as commodities In today's world of technological boom, media industries have expanded into a system of intellectualism as well as maintaining the basic need, i. e., providing key information on a broad spectrum of topics. The global market consists of audiences that belong to different ethnic backgrounds having different tastes and leanings. Since today's media caters to an international base of audiences in majority of cases, it won't be unfair to keep our discussion limited to mass media only. The term mass media encompasses a number of information and entertainment systems including newspapers, television, radio and Internet. Notwithstanding the varied nature... Media Industries view...
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It has been observed that, in comparison to audiences elsewhere in the world, audiences in Britain and America have very little access to texts created beyond their own cultures (Squires, 2007, p. 408)
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...audiences from the two countries may have to accept materials and culture from other parts of the world as the number of immigrants increases (Hewings &Tagg, 2012). Thirdly, for any material like... Academic English Speakers Native speakers of English are approximately 430 million people in the world. However, the number of native and non-native speakers is approximated to be 2 billion people. English is the third largest language in terms of the number of speakers after Mandarin Chinese and Spanish. In contrast, when the number of native and non –native speakers are put...
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What are the challenges posed in researching media audiences and how have media and cultural studies researchers addressed them
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...AUDIENCES INTRODUCTION: Electronic media have the power to create global impact, unifying ‘the global village’ with instant access to world news, and instant live communication between any two points on the globe. According to Jensen (2002: 196), electronic media have powerful transforming effects on the character of social time and space, shrinking both to a considerable extent. In today’s complex digital and multi-media environment, the different dimensions of media relationships, and the notion of interactivity are changed completely. The tradition of audience research is considered as valuable by authors Morley and Barker who want the contribution... THE CHALLENGES POSED IN RESEARCHING MEDIA...
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Media audiences embody the fears and fantasies of their social context. - using The Hunger Games (dir. Ross, 2012)
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...audiences embody the fears and fantasies of their social context. - using The Hunger Games The media audience have been greatly impacted by the dimensions that media has taken in respect to the advancing technologies. The media personalities have yearned for media freedom and the democracy in communication, which has initiated a number of arguments as well. In as much as the media freedom is granted, the spreadable media increasingly becomes uncontrollably influential. Spread of media has influenced the cultural practices in various parts of the world. Media has also globalized the world and made it easy for communication and information to be easy. Conversely, the media does not contain... Media...
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Do journalists have an ethical responsibility towards future audiences as producers of the first draft of history
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...audiences as producers of the first draft of history? Introduction Journalism is a complex process that raises a tirade of ethical issues in numerous ways. Every decision journalists take, and every sentence they write; has ethical implications. Journalists are seen as ambassadors of information; someone, in some part of the world, is affected by each piece of information they give out. Every stage in the journalistic process has ethical dimensions- from preliminary decisions of what to report, to decisions about gathering and culminating data to make decisions about choosing the audience and the medium for presenting the information... ?Do journalists have an ethical responsibility towards future...
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Spectators and Audiences- Research Paper- Do Violent Films Promote/Influence Violence in Society, Or Are Violent Films Just A Re
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...audience who enjoy the macabre and the insane. But what does the audience of violence films look for and obtain from watching the suffering and/or death of characters, whether they are based on fictional or real stories? Aaron (2007, p.4) described people as a “visual culture,” where people generally enjoy looking at either/both... ? Violent Films: Limited Influence on Violence and a Reflection of Violence in Society 19 August Some of the most popular films are violent ones, for aside from sex, violence sells too. The Godfather (1972), Saving Private Ryan (1998), Kill Bill (2003), Texas Chainsaw Massacre (2003), and Saw (2004) are only several of numerous violent films that captured the interest of...
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New Media Audiences and Technologies
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This part deals with some of the initial findings regarding new media and audiences as well as the challenges experienced. There are many studies done in relation to future relationships of audiences and the new media since they shift focus depending with the availability of new media. Because of this, the report aims to establish future trend and the challenges the audience will experience with the developments of new media. Therefore, the focus will be on the available literature in finding consistency of their study in relation to the area of study.In attempts to understand the evolution of new media and audiences, Napoli (2008) proposed evolution audience model that referred to the...
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) Crossover literature refers to fiction that crosses from child to adult or adult to child audiences (Sandra L. Beckett, Crossover Fiction). Is crossover fiction a recent phenomenon
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...audience expands to include the adults. This genre of literature presents the reader with different kinds of writing which include realism and fantasy. This genre of literature has been in existence over a long period of time. In recent times however, writers have continued to write in this genre which has led to an increase in its popularity. One can therefore say that crossover literature is an old phenomenon that has received renewed attention and has gained increased prominence in the literary world. Most of the crossover literature that is available has been written... CROSSOVER LITERATURE of Crossover literature refers to the kind of literature that is written and produced for children but whose...
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In what sense are media audiences (a) active and (b) powerful Discuss with reference to the strengths and weaknesses of 'active audience' theory
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...audiences (a) active and (b) powerful? Discuss with reference to the strengths and weaknesses of active audience theory. I. Media Audiences, Who Are They? In order to understand how powerful and active the media audience is, we must first take a closer look of the meaning of the word ‘audience’. The word ‘audience’ collectively means the ‘receivers’ based on the explanation of the mass communication process. Audiences are both a product of social context (which leads to shared cultural interests, understandings and information needs) and a response to a particular pattern of media provision. Thus, an audience can be defined in overlapping ways: a) by place, b... Topic:  In what sense are media...
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Why does 'Capturing the Friedmans' divide audiences so often Is this the result of its subject matter or how the film presents its material
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...audience varied perspectives that are suggestive yet do... Capturing the Friedman Capturing the Friedman Introduction Capturing the Friedmans is a documentary made by Andrew Jarecki, which is a powerfully and artistically directed documentary; depicting the disintegration of the family of Friedman after being charged with a sex crime against children. The documentary presents a multifaceted approach where it presents in the movie the videos made by the older Friedman brother, along with the interviews; it is imperative to highlight here that the truth remains hard to pin down after watching the documentary. Perhaps due to the fact that the documentary does not give any answers rather it brings to its...
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Writing for Different Cultures and Audiences
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...Australian Culture Annotated bibliography Blake, B., 2007. Australian Language and Culture. Footscray, Australia: Lonely Planet Publications. Blake gives an insight into the culture of Australia. The book talks about the various slangs used in Australia. It encompasses modern and ancient Australian culture. The book has been put together by looking at past and present culture. The book is relevant to the research topic because it has elements of culture. Though very resourceful and informative, the book does not form the basis of the research study. The book would be instrumental as a guide to tourists or people who are visiting Australia for the first time. It will, however, be useful... Culture...
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1. Name four ways in which early cinema evolved from other popular forms of visually-based entertainment in the nineteenth century. Consider, for instance, shared technological aspects, subject matter, manners of presentation, their audiences and so forth
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...audiences. Furthermore, in order to understand the ways that helped the evolution of cinema, an in-depth discussion will be undertaken. Considering the technological advancement in bring the motion to the pictures, the history of cinema beholds the usage of the magic lantern... . Filmmakers made use of different slides which obviously changed the way cinema projected and presented the subject matter. It should be noted that the usage of the magic lantern as the technological aspects was the major tool during the 16th century. However, by the nineteenth century, the Lumiere Brothers used the slide projection of the films with the aid of photographs. Audiences were quiet aware...
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Market segmentation is central to the way in which audiences are targeted as consumers. Through the exploration of one ad or advertising campaign, analyze how this market segmentation works in practice. The essay should include: a) a semiotic analysis of
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...audiences and products. Market segmentation helps advertisers to target desired consumers by dividing them into groups based on gender, age, interest and then sell this information to advertisers (Coulter, 2014, p.417). Segmentation is key in media production as it allows advertisers to understand their audiences with an aim of designing advertisements that suit the different target groups (Gasher, Skinner, and Lorimer, 2012, p.110). The following essay explains how market segmentation for pre-tween girls works, by providing product that is desirable by targeted groups. The market... Market Segmentation: Barbie doll Advertisement Advertising plays a significant role in providing a link between the...
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Musical theatre- What are the salient trends of modern musical theatre Do audiences now prefer style over substance Discuss and analyse material from 1990 to the present day and consider and conjecture both of the questions in order to form conclusions
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...audiences. A Jukebox Musical involves the use of already existing music with the same theme and mostly... MUSICAL THEATRE By Musical Theatre Musical Theatre over the years has undergone several changes. Such changes have been as a result of technological growth in additions to new inventions in the musical sector which has led to the improved quality of the work produced. Jean Tardieu discusses the importance of how a combination of music and drama works to a greater effect in the long run. (Bradley & Newton 2007). The most famous trend in the musical industry has been that of motion pictures. This was a pacesetter in the revolution of musical theatre. Though the rate of success was evident at the beginni...
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John Berger has suggested that compared to fine art, commercial art is relatively restricted in what it can say to audiences. Using two examples of fine art and two of commercial art, consider how far Bergers arguments for the relative limi
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...audience, because the commercial art is not the product of a lived experience. Fine art, on the other hand, is a product of this lived experience, therefore, according to Berger, fine art speaks to the audience more than commercial art does. While Berger does have a point, in that the meaning of commercial art does not come from lived experience or from the heart and soul of an individual... Introduction There is an inherent conflict between the meaning of fine art, such as art that would be found in a museum, and commercial art, which his art that might be found in an advertisement. Specifically, the writer and art critic John Berger believes that commercial art is limited in what it can tell the...
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Research the discussions of whether or not Beowulf is a Christian or pagan poem and explain how modern audiences should understand it
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... “Bitter and battle-sharp:” The battle between Christian virtues and pagan philosophies in Beowulf Thence unspeakable offspring/all awoke: Ogres and elves/and spirits from the underworld; Also giants/who strove with God For an interminable season;/ He gave them their reward for that. (Beowulf ln. 111-114) When St. Jerome (354-420 A.D.) criticized the classics for not being Christian enough and Christian texts for not being readable enough, he adapted to literature a peculiarly Christian methodology that allowed the young religion to firmly entrench itself in the Western world. Why not shave off the inappropriate aspects of classical literature, add a moral lesson or two and call them... “Bitter and...
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Choose two TV commercials and explain how conditioning methods were used in each one of them so the audiences would buy their products
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...audience strategically knowing that it is mostly women that go and buy things like soaps rather than men... Old Spice Old Spice commercial uses operant conditioning in the commercial. The male black model in the ad is very handsome and is an emblem of masculinity and virility; something, most women crave for in men. The model addresses the women, saying, “Anything is possible when your man smells like Old Spice and not a lady” (“Old Spice”). The model says that whether or not the ladies’ men look like him, they can at least smell like him if they use Old Spice. Operant conditioning encourages the display of a specific behavior by tying it with reward and discourages the display of certain behaviors by...
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Although two audiences of your exam are, as we said, your instructor and other faculty, we ask you to imagine that you have graduated and hired into your dream organization (business, industry, government) but in an entry--level position. Image further
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...Memo From Supervisor al Affiliation Memo for: , Office Staff Mr. Richard Smith, Supervisor, Human Resources Department Subject: Entry Level Policies and Procedures Date: September 14, 2016 In view of the need for entry level personnel to learn more about the policies and procedures of our organization, the ABC Global Organization, please be advised that as part of the HRD’s office personnel, you are expected to be acquainted with the organizational policies on a comprehensive level. With the memo, I am enclosing the compendium of organizational policies and procedures for your review. Please take note that in the compendium also includes the following sections for your more focused... From Supervisor ...
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Who's the audience
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...Audiences Audiences can vary according demographic factors, historical factors, interests, levels of education, culture, religion, and economic status. Normally, audiences share the same values and worldviews on specific matters and subjects especially audiences for written content. Young audiences will tend to develop interest on issues that may not engage the interest of elderly audiences. Similarly, urban audiences will develop interests in some subjects and themes that are peculiarly relevant to urban setting. Audiences for a paper may include people...
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Referring to the following research plan see details
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...Audiences: The potential audiences for the research proposed in the plan include colleagues related to my field of study, clinical psychology researchers, training colleagues, people with stress and mental illness, psychotherapists, faculty members, and heads of therapy clinics. Answer No. 2 The Potential Audiences for Research Findings: Three potential audiences to whom I would potentially present my research findings include people with stress and mental illness, clinical psychology researchers, and psychiatry trainees. Answer No. 3 Strategies for Presenting the Findings: Strategy 1: Presentation (NEDARC, 2012... TERM PAPER goes here] [Your goes here] [Due the paper] Term Paper Answer No The Potential...
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Audience Analysis Memo
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...Audience Analysis Memo June 9, of the Audiences for the Final Project Student Introduction The memo offers audience analysis for the final project in which various resources are utilized to generate the required profile. The memo will include the perceived audiences, their needs, thoughts, expectations and the imperativeness of the document. The project being undertaken is about cross-cultural edification prior to conducting business in China. Summary The memo allows one to plan the final project by establishing the primary and derivative audiences, together with their requirements. Additionally, the...
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Communication Strategy in Business
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...audiences’ confidence. By this, Weissman means that to win others’ confidence, it is important that the presenter himself/herself be confident. The audiences are like little kids that are frustrated by intricate designs and to the point speech. They want stories. So a presenter who is able to concoct a story out of the various elements that form part of a presentation satiates the audiences’ concerns. All the audience wants to know is if or not the presenter has done sufficient homework to have them listen to him/her. Having said that, when a presenter is able... ? 7 December Communication strategy in business Q Answer: Weissman is right in saying that a presenter who narrates stories deserves the...
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Research Paper: Arts administration must pay attention to the infiltration between the arts and the media
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...audiences (Byrnes, 2009). Art has been an integral part of the societies since antiquity; however, the different forms of art have evolved during the course of time. In addition to the arts comprising image creations, which include paintings, photography and sculptures, the field of art is also extended to various other forms that include theatre, music, dance and film among others. Therefore, with the diversification of arts, it has established a noticeable scope for infiltration between media and art. However, more emphasis is necessary to be provided regarding the inclusion of media into art administration in order to provide greater scope... Arts Administration Must Pay Attention to the Infiltration...
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Sound and visual media
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...audiences in a conventional theatre is the physical relationship of the performer to his or her viewers (Hischak 147). This configuration is often problematic for sound design because it dictates how one will apply the production factors. The design communication between the performer and his or her viewers allows the identification of both the best positions for optical theatre sounds and aural experience. This experience largely depends on the theatre’s architectural configurations. For example, arena theatres frequently lack a raised podium, which leaves a lot of open room at floor level. Other architectural configurations... Sound and Visual Media QUESTION The architectural configuration of...
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Technology trends
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...audience 5 Impact on traditional news sources, such as newspapers and television 7 Conclusion 9 Reference 10 Bibliography 10 Introduction Technology has become the buzz word of today’s organisations trying to carve out a niche in the competitive business arena. Though news is made available to the public at large with the help of the traditional method of printed newspapers, the demand for e-newspapers have been felt to be growing rapidly. This has compelled leading newspapers like Forbes and Business week to set up e... Technology trends Table of Contents Introduction 3 of the technology related trend (e-books, blogs and websites) 3 Impact of recent technology trends (e-books, blogs and websites) on...
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Theater
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...audiences into a realm, where the barrier of an actor and a viewer effaces and transports the entire environment into a different realm whose appeal cannot be explained with few mundane words. It is something that has to be experienced and cannot be explained with words. When one compares a particular play with the version of its cinema, some obvious and evident comparisons evokes. The play “King Lear” by master dramatist William Shakespeare for example, the vision and the interplay of sound and light build a surreal panorama. In addition, the scene where the daughter of Lear, Cordelia... Theatre Experience The live appeal of a theatre makes it surpass all the faculties of visual arts and launches the...
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How do you create visuals that stimulate learning
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...audiences have the normal tendency to see edges that precipitate to doing separate figure elements from ground elements (Clark, 2010). Further, the implementation of the Gestalt principles creates visuals that enhance... ?Creating Visuals That Stimulate Learning. There are several ways of creating visuals that stimulate learning. The research centers on the factors ofcreating visuals. The research focuses on the different theories of visual design. Visual design significantly affects the stimulation of the learning process. First, Ruth Clark (2010) emphasizes words create visuals that enhance the learning process. Words are the easiest and clearest available graphic tool. Words can be given a font of 200 ...
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The Four Hundred Blows (1958, Francois Truffaut): How is Mise en Scene being used in this film to express Point Of View Whose POV is predominant Explain
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...audiences’ preconceived romantic perceptions of Paris. The environment very strongly indicates the subsequent events that make part of the film. The audiences can rightly foresee where the story is heading and what habitat the film’s... 8 October Mise en Scene in the film: The Four Hundred Blows The Four Hundred Blows is a reminiscent and thought provoking film by Francois Truffaut. The point of view reflected in the film is about Antoine Daniel who is an unfortunate French boy. The film starts with the rolling footage of Paris which seems to be shot from a mobbing car. In these shots, the Eiffel Tower shows through the buildings like a gigantic structure in the background and goes well with the...
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