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Media Audiences
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...audiences to be more participatory and contribute more in the public disclosure. Besides, creative activity for the audiences has come under much more extensively distribution and dispersed (Newman, 2004). The access to audiences has come under emphasis and has been a highlighting concern on sporadic and occasional basis by the media policy makers. However, with the increasing and rising eminence of user generated contents in alliance to the long distribution of audience attentions produced the need for the policy makers not only recognize and realize... ?Running Head: Media Audience Media Audience [Institute’s Media Audience Technology is one of the aspects in the twenty first century that has not only...
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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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...audience consumptions affect the media penetration and do not acquire new audiences. There are other research findings revealing that new media attracts audience attention and they are more likely to adopt what it initiates (Annette & Clyde, 2004: 355). This is a confirmation of study conducted by the above subject. Seiter (1998:67) study on the new media audience and technology found a relationship between new media technology and new audiences. The study revealed that new media technologies come with new programs designed to a certain category of audiences, which is their target. For instance, cartoon programs are designed to entertain young children as well... New Media Audiences and Technologies...
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Media audiences and Media geography
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...audiences have become more critical about what is shown in the media. “The fact that respondents can actually see presenters discussing world events [unlike the audiences of the past who had to rely on radios for news] allows these viewers to feel that they can judge for themselves the authenticity or truthfulness of the accounts given” (Gauntlett and Hill, 1999, p. 60). Today, if some TV channel projects bell-bottom fashion, the audiences tend to criticize it considering it too old-fashioned and old-school to endorse. The success of a TV channel is directly linked with the number of viewers whose attention it gathers in a positive way... ?Media Audiences and Media Geography The media can be broadly...
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Describe this art figuer
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...attention because it encouraged the audiences imagination. The combination of colors, though abstract as a whole makes it intriguing. The art is made of cloth, or textile which were woven and the colors of the textiles appear to be randomly chosen and placed on the art work. The art neither appeared too dark or too brightly colored and was relaxing to the eye. At one portion of the artwork is a brighter shade, and this part appears to catch the audiences attention. At first, I did not see the relevance between the title of the artwork, and the woven textile. So I... Your Full Rhinovirus Type 89 The woven textile wallhanging en d Rhinovirus Type 89 by Phillip David Stearns (2013) caught my...
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Description of The Green Man by Tim Burton
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...audiences’ attention to like the nose. Around it are obviously brighter shades of the background, looking like a light is directed to it. Strengthening the color of the nose and eyes, Burton used... Full The Green Man Tim Burton’s The Green Man, en d so because of the green head of the man portrayed in the painting, give a detailed description of the conspicuously sewn face of the subject with an oversized blue nose and a button-like blue eye with a darker shade as compared to the nose, which were both tied to their respective places with threadlike materials. The artist made use of both geometric and organic shapes. The nose is of a triangular shape and the eye takes the form of an oblong, drawn to show ...
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Explain a paragraph from Ciceros Invention
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...audiences attention through introducing the plight of the under age defendant in court. In addition, he states that Sextus is vulnerable because his age, and thus cannot defend himself. He further states that his life is threatened by the hostile society in which he was born (Cicero 126). The subject of discussion is clearly and concisely stated when Cicero tries to look into the background of justice in the family... College: Cicero’s Invention I choose to analyze section 149 whereby Cicero seeks to bring out the innocence and defenselessness of Sextus Roscius. The section follows the standard parts of orations as outlined in On Invention handbook. In the exordium, Cicero manages to capture the...
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Attention
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...Attention Attention is the selection by the mind of one aspect of thought and excluding or ignoring other aspects, which could be occurring simultaneously with the selected one (Styles, 3). Examples of attention could be listening to someone talking to you on the side of a busy street in the midst of the din of traffic or talking to someone on your cell phone while children are noisily playing in the room. Attention can be classified in three types, sustained, selective and divided attention. Sustained attention enables somebody to focus on a certain train of thought for a long period of time without being distracted, while selective attention enables a person to focus on one aspect or train...
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Critique of Kristen Lynch's Presentation
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...audience. The slides are well-designed, with good contrast and large text size. The amount of information on each slide is kept to a minimum, allowing the speaker to hold the audiences attention instead of the text. However, the concluding statements lose this quality, switching instead to full sentences that in one case even overlaps the edge of the page.... Critique The presenter identified herself as Kristen Lynch, and the of the presentation told us what it was going to be about. The introduction to the presentation was a table of contents, which told us what to expect from the presentation and how much information it was going to cover. The presenter did not give much detail about the Western...
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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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Attention
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...attention is a “kind of selective... How Does the Arrangement of Letters Affect an Individual’s Capa to the Right Color in a Stroop Task? by: ] [date of submission] How Does the Arrangement of Letters Affect an Individual’s Capacity to Name the Right Color in a Stroop Task? Abstract Developed in 1935, the original Stroop experiment involves the naming of the color of the paper where words are printed on. John Ridley Stroop’s study which aimed to demonstrate an individual’s reaction time to a task is now one of the most cited paper in experimental psychology. The experiment has evolved in various forms and is now used to study an individual’s capacity to plan, coordinate, execute actions and accomplish ta...
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Face to face presentation on adult learning theory and research
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...audience is considerably decisive. The online presentation should be short and easily understandable. In addition to this, the structure of presentation should be designed in a proper manner in order to gain audiences’ attention (Attrill, 2015; Reynolds, 2011). References Attrill, A. (2015). The manipulation of online self-presentation: Create, edit, re-edit and present. UK: Palgrave Macmillan. Abela, A. (2008). Advanced presentations by design: Creating communication that drives action. USA: John Wiley & Sons. Duarte, N. (2008). Slide:ology: The art and science of creating great presentations. USA: "OReilly Media, Inc." Levin, P. (2006)....
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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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Media Audiences
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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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Can Advertisers Catch Your Attention
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...Attention Can Advertisers Catch Your Attention Advertising is the communication form marketers use tomanipulate, persuade or encourage specific audiences to take new action or continue with what they have previously practiced with regards to commercial offerings (Eskilson, 2007). Commercial advertisers aim to increase the consumption of their services or goods through branding, usually involving the associating of a product’s image or name with desirable qualities as perceived in the consumers’ minds. This paper will analyze the Coca-Cola advertisement on television (TV) with the title “coming together”, and identify its target market. It will further explain why... the advertisement did a...
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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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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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Research Paper: Arts administration must pay attention to the infiltration between the arts and the media
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...attention to the infiltration between arts and media. Even though media and art are the two different cultures of the society, the integration of media in arts business has become inherently necessary for the growth and development of the artists as well as the art museums and audiences. Media has also... Arts Administration Must Pay Attention to the Infiltration between the Arts and the Media Introduction Technological advancements witnessed in the current decade have led to the development of various forms of media, which correspondingly has provided greater scope to the common people to connect among themselves across various parts of the world. In addition to some traditional forms of media such as...
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Effective Speech
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...attention grabber is effective as he maintains eye contact and the recommendedtone variations. He raises and lowers his voice effectively; thus, he attracts the attention of his audience. However, there is room for his improvement. He needs to maintain the good attention from the audience for a long time by making more use of the gestures and include some jokes that will entertain the audience. His delivery style is not bad. A speaker who is able to grab the audiences’ attention must have been delivering well. Though his inflection is not perfect, at least he is beyond average. He is able to stress where necessary. He uses a calm tone at the perfect places... Effective Speech As per Glenn’s video, his...
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ART
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...audiences’ attention and admiration. This is evident from the heavy black and shiny color on the entire carving. The sculptor has ignored the application of diverse shades meant to reveal certain distinct parts of the image like eyes, nose, hair, hammer and the stone he is hewing. Besides, the carving using heavily applied black and shiny color to draw the attention of its viewers, its strong physique sends out a repulsive effect. This is evident from its bending posture coupled with a stern face that drives its attracting effect away. The most outstanding aspect, which draws its audience, is the ability to arouse...
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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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...attention of the audience is focused on one particular media which spares him or her from being a victim of other forms of media. (Geoffrey Glass, 2006) Every media industry follows a simple and mechanism of getting as much audience as possible and producing appealing content that are also engaging and relatively non-controversial. The whole process is aimed at getting advertisers to pay as much money for the audience as possible. In this way media not only creates a consumer society by constructing the audience for its messages as a market, but also established... Media Industries view audiences as commodities In today's world of technological boom, media industries have expanded into a system of...
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PR week 3
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...audiences’ attention and the media... a) Identification of the risks in the strategy The strategy to be used during the Public relations campaign will be associated with some risks and unless they are identified and either avoided or addressed, the Public relations campaign might not bring the desired results. For this case, Riordan Manufacturing should ensure that they Public relations campaign in free from any scrutiny from the either the public or the media. Since Riordan’s manufacturing plant in China is to be relocated, the company should be aware that the media will be on their heels trying to find out more about the company and as the policy of the media, the negative news usually attracts the au...
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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... and the game...
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Mountain Dew
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...audiences belonging to other races. The ad has been made strategically since it conveys the message in catchy phrases e.g. “If you got anything from me, it’s to find your thing and do you” (Stanford, 2012). In this sentence, Lil Wayne is drawing the audiences’ attention... ?Mountain Dew The top-selling s of Mountain Dew in the US include a wide range of s ranging from the Eastern North Dakota to Virginias and Arkansas. The weakest territory of the sale of Mountain Dew is along the southern border of the US to Louisiana. O’Brien said, “It’s been a matter of messaging,… We haven’t really talked to this differentiated, emerging teen base as much as we have that heartland consumer” (O’Brien cited in...
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English assigment
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...audiences’ attention to the ethical duties of a teacher clearly drawing a line between political and academic duties of an academia; which is ethically appealing. Fish (2004) also points out a discrepancy among the words and actions taken by Horowitz. The article concludes with two examples of instances where the actions taken by Horowitz clearly oppose his... Teacher’s Analysis of ‘Intellectual Diversity: The Trojan horse of a Dark Design’. The article ‘Intellectual Diversity: The Trojan horse of a Dark Design’, is a rhetoric piece of writing which is quite appealing logically. The article builds on from a historical event of passage of an ‘academic bill of rights’ by Horowitz; whereby intellectual...
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Rhetorical Analysis Paper (Ethos, Pathos, and Logos)
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...audiences’ attention throughout. For instance, he often pauses throughout his recitations as a means of creating viewer suspense. In this way it is clear that he is an experienced reader and understands his material deeply. Ultimately, this experienced and deep understanding of the poetry grants him significant terminal ethos. Another prominent aspect of rhetorical criticism is logos... Rhetorical Analysis Paper Rhetorical analysis has existed since the time of Aristotle. Aristotle established the three forms of rhetoric as ethos, pathos, and logos. Each of these elements of rhetoric corresponds to a specific form of rhetorical consideration. There are three main components of ethos – initial ethos,...
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Shaping the American Dream, defining success from the first World war to present
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...audiences’ attention toward the variety of ways of consumption for the Americans to explain diversity rather than giving examples of political or social significance... Shaping the American Dream, defining success from the First World War to present Great Depression had a huge impact on the society and economy of America. Evolution of the Great Depression after the crash of stock market in 1929 laid the foundations of unemployment and poverty till early 1940s. The USA surfaced as the world’s strongest nation after World War II. American economy was revived by heavy military spending. Unlike many other countries that experienced severe damages to the infrastructure during the World War II, America did not ...
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Evaluating web site audiences
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...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 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...
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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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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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Response to The Omnivore's Dilemma
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...audiences’ attention towards the unusually high consumption of corn all across the West and particularly America. Corn happens to be the most important and vibrant ingredient of the American food industry because of its tendency to give a different flavor to different kinds of foods when used in different ways. Processed foods are termed as the signature foods of the contemporary age. Corn even plays an important role in even those foods which apparently seem to have no connection with corn whatsoever. For example, many people who tend to avoid corn conventionally feed upon such live birds and animals as chickens, fish and beef. Nevertheless, none of these can... 2 November Book Review: The Omnivores...
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Book Review/Report on Omnivore's Dilemma by Michael Pollan
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...audiences’ attention towards... ? 13 April Book Review- The Omnivore's Dilemma: A natural history of Four Meals Thispaper is primarily based on contemplating the widely acclaimed book The Omnivore's Dilemma: A natural history of Four Meals in critical terms. One of the primarily important themes of this book written by Michael Pollan is that the way different things are eaten profoundly represents how a human being engages with the natural world. The Omnivore’s Dilemma establishes the relationship that human beings have with food and elaborates that bond by using the example of omnivores and how they are exposed to a paradoxical situation when there a lot of food options to consider. In this way this...
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The Omnivore's Dilemma: a Natural History of Four Meals
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...audiences’ attention towards the unusually high consumption of corn all across the West and particularly America. Corn happens to be the most important and vibrant ingredient of the American food industry because of its tendency to give a different flavor to different kinds of foods when used in different ways. Processed foods are termed as the signature foods of the contemporary age. Corn even plays an important role in even those foods which apparently seem to have no connection with corn whatsoever. For example, many people who tend to avoid corn conventionally feed upon such live birds and animals as chickens, fish and beef. Nevertheless, none of these can... ? 2 November Book Review: The Omnivore's...
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Field writing (architecture) critical response analysis essay
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...attention from playing it as a game to considering the architecture in it. This challenges the status of environment used in the game as a level since the buildings in the game have become the focus of attention. The architects have given opinions on the design as well as the kind of materials that have been used for the construction of buildings in the video games. Considering the purposefulness of article, it can be doubted that the article does not serve the interest of the audience that the Journal is primarily meant for i.e. the architects. From the language used in the article, it can be estimated that it is meant for the students...
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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. In simpler words, it can be said that the technological innovation in the cinema was noted when audiences were given more preferences. Obviously, at this point, the size of the audiences was center of focus. The filmmakers including Edwin S. Porter worked marvelously regarding the idea of different scenes in the movie to catch attract attention of the crowd towards the films. It will not be incorrect to state that film ultimately became a way to gain money. This was later given the position of an industry in the late nineteenth century. Thus, it will not be incorrect to state that it was the aid of business that was being cashed and ultimately... of Evolution of Cinema in Nineteenth Century...
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Divided attention
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...Attention Lecturer’s Due Thesis According to psychology, divided attention stands as part of human beings’ cognitivepart and it associates itself with people’s daily lives. Divided Attention Divided attention refers to the act of paying attention to two tasks concurrently. Divided attention has a long history. Psychologists believe that consciousness can only get directed on one activity at a time. Historically, conscious awareness between two activities is only perceived to be possible if the two tasks synchronize to form one single higher order activity. Through tests, investigators aimed at exploring the limits of consciousness through multitasking experiments. The review below provides...
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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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...Audience by place can be referred to as ‘the people assembled’ in one particular area. These are known spectators who are paying attention to a given media presentation at a given time. b) Audience by people are the ‘people addressed’ or referring to the group of people imagined by the communicator and for whom content is shaped. c) Audience by type of medium is based on the medium used such as film, television, radio, print, etc. where the receivers are shaped. d) Audience by content of its message basically refers to diversity of messages conveyed... Topic:  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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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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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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Joint Attention
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...Attention Episodes with an Infant Observation Ethan is an adorable 11 month old baby. His cherubic face brightens up every time he sees his mother who works as a secretary in an office downtown. On the day I observed Ethan, he was in his mother’s arm, head contently resting on her shoulder. He seemed to be sleepy as I approached him. I smiled at him and he looked at me with a blank face, then he looked away. He turned his head towards his mother’s neck. His mother encouraged him to look at me, and he turned his head back, shyly peeking from his mother’s shoulder. I made faces to try to make him smile, and he just stared at me for a moment. I started making sounds with my mouth... A Review of Joint...
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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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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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Diegesis and the Artifice of Storytelling in Forrest Gump and Hairspray
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...attention from the artifice of spontaneous song and dance, while the film Forest Gump goes the opposite direction, using non-diegetic sound to draw the viewer’s attention to the artifice of the story, such as having a teller with biases and skewed perceptions. Musicals can sometimes struggle significantly with the transition into song and dance. It can sometimes simply be incredibly jarring for people to switch from normal dialogue – which we see every day in the world around us, to excellently choreographed dance accompanied by song that is so well performed that it clearly comes from a professional. Some musicals embrace this moment of awkwardness, using...
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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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Selective attention
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...attention can be difficult... Will the Stroop effect for the color-naming task be larger or smaller than the Stroop Effect for the word-naming task? by: [professor] [date of submission] Will the Stroop effect for the color-naming task be larger or smaller than the Stroop Effect for the word-naming task? Abstract The Stroop experiment is a widely used tool to study the psychological process that enables individuals to plan, coordinate, execute actions and accomplish tasks. The original Stroop task involves the color naming of a word stimuli that is printed in different colors. Over the years, however, the experiment has evolved and it is now used to discover how to enhance learning and retention. Using ...
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Outline on the benefits of distance learning
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...audiences' attention and break the ice. I chose this particular quote because Twain is a well-known humorist and the quote relates to education that the audience will identify with. I then stated what the presentation would include and what the audience could expect to learn. I presented the ease and convenience of distance learning right up front. I wanted the audience... Presentation Distance Learning is for Everyone Presentation Type: Informative Presentation Topic: Distance Learning I. Introduction A. Attention Grabber: Mark Twain once quipped "I never let my schooling interfere with my education" (as cited in Mark Twain quotes) 1. Don't let old school attitudes prevent you from getting an education...
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Rhetorical Analysis paper on air pollution in China
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...audience use the rising air pollution in China to make profit. This inherently draws the audiences’ attention toward the text that follows because of the unique opportunity of making profit that it suggests. King’s goal is to convince the audience that air pollution in China paves way for new opportunities of investment and profitability. King has adopted the style of a guide in the article for the audience. In this article, King has made a very structured approach to guide the audiences through his argument in that he has also proposed how to approach the topic; he has suggested what to think at a particular point while reading the article as “Hold... ?Rhetorical Analysis paper on air pollution in China ...
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My First Speech Experience
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...audiences attention for long periods of time and the contact that I have with them are unparalleled in all my life. Having said that, it should not come as a surprise to anyone when I say that I have finally overcome my shyness and sense of self-doubt because of the experience that I had in class. I am actually looking forward to trying my hand at speech delivery many more times in the future. I am just sitting back and biding my time until my next chance to take to the stage to share my thoughts with others comes around once again.... into what makes for a well structured speech and the other aspects of speech delivery that I can improve upon. My critique shall help to answer the following...
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Define marketing in your own words
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...attention and therefore the potential customers remembered it. During the next few days and weeks, on this the same show, this product was advertised in much the same way but with slightly differing but still mildly entertaining storylines, at least enough to keep the audiences’ attention for 30 seconds. Since the ad gave little information about the product but was entertaining, people were predictably inclined to research it and learn that it was both practical and afford... Marketing When someone says marketing, people immediately think of advertising. However, if marketing meant just advertising, there would be no need for the term. Marketing has a much broader meaning. It involves doing whatever ...
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