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Effects of Television Commercials on the Literate and Illiterate People of Pakistan (A Case Study of Gujarat City)

Zahid Yousaf
2013 Journal of Bacteriology & Parasitology  
To know, how well the spectators have understood the message given in a television commercial.  ...  To know, how well the viewers have understood the message given in a television commercial.  ...  From the present study we conclude Television plays as a role model in social learning so it is considered that commercial work as a model (as Bandura said) in order to come to know about a product and  ... 
doi:10.4172/scientificreports.601 fatcat:mjphg6lmhff4tlzhzxvfxclp3a

Media Relations

Ricky Telg, Lisa Lundy
2021 EDIS  
Many media kits are posted to organizations' web pages for reporters' easy access. Get to know the reporters in your area and what topics they cover.  ...  It may be that you set a goal of trying to get one story every quarter in a newspaper. Maybe the goal is to get a notice of an upcoming activity on a television station's community calendar.  ... 
doi:10.32473/edis-wc111-2021 fatcat:jle6usjcwrhrxkeu6gqubglz2u

Media Literacy: Smart In Educating Society In Information Technology Era

Darwadi MS
2017 Journal of Education and Learning (EduLearn)  
People have to know and understand Media. So, media literacy is so important to educate society when they access information in mass media.  ...  That is why Media literacy is needed so people will be able to know what Media is. Media presents through a long process. What we see is not 100% true.  ...  According Rochmiatie (2009:68) culture which is introduced and socialized by television has pop or urban style, whereas as we know that Indoesia is very kinds.  ... 
doi:10.11591/edulearn.v11i3.6189 fatcat:x2zx74luqnco3a3megh4a7f5uy

The labour of transformation and circuits of value 'around' reality television

Beverley Skeggs, Helen Wood
2008 Continuum. Journal of Media and Cultural Studies  
Rather, we examine these relationships as an extended social realm, whereby the immanent structure of reality television generates emotional connections to the labouring undertaken by participants on the  ...  'Reality' television develops different traditions of women's genres from melodrama, magazines to lifestyle television, it drawing attention to those who need transformation.  ...  I have got lovely dresses, I don't wear them to school because I would get snotted on and you know I am getting up and down off the floor and it…because I don't want to be hand- washing and ironing  ... 
doi:10.1080/10304310801983664 fatcat:kcqfxikevzh6fhkxbdhpqrffda

Page 12 of Journal of Education Vol. 140, Issue 1 [page]

1957 Journal of Education  
Research has not yet provided us the answers to many of the things we would like to know.  ...  But television does cut down the total amount of time children spend with other children their own age, and if a child has a problem in being too shy socially, television is often times more hindrance  ... 

Communicating education information to anglo and hispanic populations

Stephen L. Lauricella, Everett D. Edington
1979 ECTJ  
It is important that those wishing to communicate educational information be aware that a fairly large number of His- panics do not get their information from television but depend on social contact with  ...  It has been suggested that local newspa- pers, radio spots, and television spots are viable communication techniques (‘’Get- ting to the Heart of the Health Matter — Through Media,” February 1976).  ... 
doi:10.1007/bf02765316 fatcat:ksg72mcuvzfqlj4wqnw735rvua

Television, Disordered Eating, and Young Women in Fiji: Negotiating Body Image and Identity during Rapid Social Change

Anne E. Becker
2004 Culture, Medicine and Psychiatry  
Response to television appeared to be shaped by a desire for competitive social positioning during a period of rapid social transition.  ...  This study reports on an investigation of the impact of the introduction of television to a rural community in Western Fiji on adolescent ethnic Fijian girls in a setting of rapid social and economic change  ...  to interview subjects.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11013-004-1067-5 pmid:15847053 fatcat:y5o37ot4s5fozaqqbhr7j5ywkq

Page 7 of The Public Relations Journal Vol. 21, Issue 1 [page]

1965 The Public Relations Journal  
He must get his subject to a quiet spot, or do it earlier than television, so that he knows what the official is going to say when he goes on TV later.  ...  If a reporter is shrewd, careful and knows his sources, he won’t get beaten by television,” he said. —DOoNnN WILKINS  ... 

Model of Disaster Information Cycle of West Java Television Journalists

Septiawan Santana Kurnia, Dadi Ahmadi, Satya Indra Karsa, Doddy Iskandar, Firmansyah Firmansyah
2020 Jurnal Komunikasi Ikatan Sarjana Komunikasi Indonesia  
This study finds that smartphone technology contributes to the dissemination of disaster information by television journalists through providing access to social media, online media, and information in  ...  This study aims to describe disaster information cycle model of West Java television journalists in obtaining and disseminating disaster information with the help of technology to increase the speed.  ...  Atie Rachmiatie, M.Si and television  ... 
doi:10.25008/jkiski.v5i2.415 fatcat:gvoca6msyjfr7kokh3jiid4c7q

Analytical Study of Television Drama Narratives

2015 Journal of Mass Communication and Journalism  
Furthermore, study concludes that drama of Pakistan television is changed with the passage of time. When new innovations are introduced, media becomes as vast in society as a social institution.  ...  Pakistani television drama has changed its presentation which is the need of time. Journal of Mass Communication & Journalism J o u rn al of M a s s C o m munic a ti o n & Jo urna lis m  ...  Pakistan television has not inhailed glamour in it whereas the NTM gets these elements due to which Pakistan television gets superiority over NTM dramas.  ... 
doi:10.4172/2165-7912.1000273 fatcat:h4xhc27scvgjhopaepezu7b4u4

Trust, Civic Engagement, and the Internet

2004 Political Communication  
They respond to e-mails from strangers-and receive fewer offensive missives from people they don't know (either because it takes more to offend them or they get on fewer lists with people who write nasty  ...  The ultimate television viewer was Chauncy Gardner, the character in Jerzy Kosinski's novel, Being There. Gardner had no social ties and thought the television world was the real world.  ...  See Uslaner (in press, ch. 3) as to why the fairness question should not be part of a trust scale. It seems to be a workable substitute for a measure of optimism and control. 10.  ... 
doi:10.1080/10584600490443895 fatcat:3quyg7jfynezlidpomuy6v73fe

Together alone

Steven Schirra, Huan Sun, Frank Bentley
2014 Proceedings of the 32nd annual ACM conference on Human factors in computing systems - CHI '14  
In this paper, we explore motivations for live-tweeting across a season of a television show.  ...  Semi-structured interviews with 11 diverse livetweeters revealed that the decision to live-tweet is dependent upon a variety of personal considerations and social conventions forming around this emerging  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS We would like to thank our participants for their time and valuable insights, the MIT Comparative Media Studies department for funding this work, and the members of the Social Media Collective  ... 
doi:10.1145/2556288.2557070 dblp:conf/chi/SchirraSB14 fatcat:o6tgdzvzfvdixdr5nostjc4hha

COVID-19 Health Information-seeking Behavior in Timorese Society: A Phenomenological Study

2021 Indian Journal of Forensic Medicine & Toxicology  
The results showed that the media used to find health information about COVID-19 were printed mass media (newspapers, magazines, and tabloids), electronic media (television, radio), and internet media.  ...  Meanwhile, choosing the media was due to the ease of accessing existing media and the diversity of information obtained.  ...  An informant named Carlos stated that: "…I know information about the coronavirus from television, but then I also try to find information using a cellphone, because using a cellphone is easier to access  ... 
doi:10.37506/ijfmt.v15i3.15851 fatcat:2hz3mstvr5fbvpj4shuaszbzre

Place-Making through Media: How Media Environments Make a Difference for Long-Term Care Residents' Agency

Sarah Wagner
2022 Societies  
The research draws connections between the spatiotemporal contexts of media use and residents' experiences of social agency.  ...  The communication inequalities experienced by care home residents were not simply about their lack of access to media or content but about their inability to find continuity with their established media  ...  I can say there's hardly anybody up and down the aisles that I know anything about except maybe some of the ones that we are seated with at the dining room . . . but you don't [get to know them] either  ... 
doi:10.3390/soc12010027 fatcat:xan3iiiiirbbxewwfx2exm3xdi

Page 33 of The Public Relations Journal Vol. 35, Issue 1 [page]

1979 The Public Relations Journal  
likely to engage in anti-social behavior.  ...  The latest poll I saw showed that 36 percent of the people get all of their news from television, 65 percent get all or most of their news from television.  ... 
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