Youth workers agents of social control or agents of social change? Discuss.
In this piece of work I am going to explore the work of Youth Workers. With the aim to consider whether youth workers are agents of social control or agents of social change? Working as an Assistant Youth Support Worker in...
AN ESSAY ON – YOUTH AND CINEMA
Cinema nowadays leaves a great impact (effect) on the minds of people. Its effect can be seen not only on the elders of rural and urban areas but on the children as well. Going to the pictures has now become a craze with young people, both boys and girls, and it has been...
home after day’s work, he needs some sort of entertainment and relaxation. Cinema has proved a wonderful and forceful means of entertainment and amusement. A young man of today can go without food but not without a film. The cinema is the cheapest and the most popular form of amusement. Laborers can afford...
Apart from its various advantages, Cinema is not free from its evil effects. Film artistry is, unfortunately, compelled to compromise with people’s popular taste and appeal to their lower instincts. Too many films dealing with sex problems and with the ways of the criminals are now shown, f These are...
so many cinemas reflects their popularity. They have indeed become the most popular places of entertainment.
The cinema attracts large numbers of people everyday. It is the magnet of the town. It sometimes attracts even those who do not wish to see a film.
As it is so popular, the cinema exerts...
YOUTH, DIGITAL MEDIA AND THEIR ROLES IN SOCIAL CHANGES
Idola Perdini Putri
Communication Science Program Study – School of Multimedia and Communication
Telkom Institute of Management
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Online Newspaper Article Sources
Bautista, A. (n.d.). History of Philippine Cinema. Retrieved from http://www.ncca.gov.ph/about-
Hernando, M.A. (2011, July 24). 25 most memorable films. The Philippine Star. Retrieved from
Cinemas of the third-world countries produce more than half of the world’s films. Countries such as Pakistan have emerged from the Western control. Pakistan shared its film history with Indian cinema (known as Bollywood) before Partition of the Southeast Asia in 1947.Pakistan cinema was in the...
16th May 2006
Why was cinema going so popular in the first half of the century and why did it decline after 1950?
Both the rise in popularity of cinema going and its spectacular decline are not only well documented and discussed...
objective of the study
The main objective of our research is to find out how to improve the ticket sales of Big Cinemas. For this purpose we analyzed both internal and external environment of big cinema. We also determined the strength and weakness of it in comparison to its competitors.
We have considered...
and we participate in their created world through our imaginations. A play of course is a version of human activity presented “in the round,” and its effect is dependent to some extent on the vision of its director. It recurs nightly (and at matinees) in essentially the same form--with identical blocking...
8 March 2013
J. Coy/ENG 201
Academic Research Paper
Does media violence have an effect on the youth of America?
The argument on how much influence the media has on youth has lingered for many years. From the pages of books, comics, television, videogames, and now the internet. The...
D E C L A R A T I O N
I declare that the dissertation entitled “IMPACT OF FILMS ON YOUTH” is a record of independent research work carried out by me under the supervision and guidance of SANTOSH KUMAR BISWAL. This has not been previously submitted for the award of diploma, degree, associate ship...
safety-availability of illegal drugs and the child being victim of crime and would rather them watch TV for long hours. Watching TV is not a crime, but the bad effects totally outweighs the good, I’m not going to lie, I myself I’m no saint i do spend a good amount of time watching TV and I understand why:
bred monotony, therefore his modes of entertainment have also undergone revolutionary change. The latest and the most popular form of recreation is Cinema. Its phenomenal popularity and development is due to its mass appeal and that it is well within the financial limitation of common man. The people...
Male Crisis in New Korean Cinema: Reading the Early Films of Park Kwang-su
Kim, Kyung Hyun, 1969positions: east asia cultures critique, Volume 9, Number 2, Fall 2001, pp. 369-399 (Article)
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Modern Technology And Its Effect To The Youth 1
Modern Technology And Its Effect To The Youth
Modern day technological advancements are constantly seen throughout every aspect of life. Cell phones, portable Internet availability, laptop computers, iPods, mp3 players of every brand...
focus on how east-Asian martial art films have influenced Hollywood cinema and the conclusion that east-Asian martial art films, especially from Hong Kong and Cantonese cinema since the 70s have had a great impact on Hollywood cinema today. I believe that martial arts in Chinese films are so much different...
"I don't know what the word means."
Ethics in Indian Cinema
India is the largest film producing industry in the world and its cinema is becoming increasingly popular in various countries around the globe.
The Indian Cinema consists of films produced across India, which includes...
our professor, Dr Sanjay Medhavi, for providing us the opportunity of presenting such an interesting topic. I had very little knowledge of the PVR Cinemas but now i have learned a lot while completing this project.
I would also like to thank my sister who was of great help in providing the guidelines...
New Wave cinema is defined as a way of grouping together a series of films and personnel that represent a change of direction or a break with the past. A New Wave is usually a historical moment within a national cinema. The most famous example is the French New Wave (Nouvelle Vague);...
How did the cinema affect the lives of women and children in 1930’s?
Labelled the ‘golden age of Hollywood’ the 1930’s was arguably a decade of turmoil. This led to many people attending the cinema to escape from reality. Among adults, women tended to go to the cinema more often than their husbands...
'Glasgow, 5th March, 1971', by Edwin Morgan, is a modern poem about a shocking crime committed upon 'a young man and his girl' by 'two youths' and witnessed by two expressionless drivers who pass by without turning a hair.
The first way in which this poem effectively conveys the incident is the form...
How important was Weimar Cinema to the Development of the German Film Industry?
The cinema of the early 20th century saw a vast rise in popularity of the film industry across the world and especially so in Germany after the early development of moving pictures had surfaced at the very end of the...
thrived and flourished. When the 1930s came to a close, it was clear that moviegoing had established itself in the Filipino.
B. Wartime Films and the Effect on Philippine Films
The Japanese Occupation introduced a new player to the film industry the Japanese; and a new role for film propaganda :
YOUTH WITHOUT ETHICS IS A DISASTER
Youth is the future wealth of a country. ¾ of a country’s
Population is youth. Youth constitute age group of 15 -35. Youth
Is endowed with bright eyes filled with dreams of a great future,
a powerful strong able bodies, minds with bubbling joy -...
Hollywood Cinema The birth of the Hollywood cinema as we know it in it’s current form came about in the late 1960’s. In a market previously dominated by musicals and historical epics. The box office sales were dwindling at a rapid rate and the production houses couldn’t grasp the baby boomer market...
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GOLD Cinema, Salasar Mall,
screened at Coronation Cinema in Mumbai on 3 May 1913 marking the beginning of Indian cinema. Regarded as the father of the Indian cinema, Phalke went on to make several silent films but became the first casualty when the silent era passed.‘Alam Ara’ debuted at Majestic Cinema in Mumbai on 14 March 1931...
Neorealism and Pure Cinema: The Bicycle Thief
What seems to me most astonishing about the Italian cinema is that it appears to have escaped from the aesthetic impasse to which neorealism is said to have led. The dazzling effects of 1946 and 1947 having faded away, one could reasonably fear that this...