Stage 3 pointers us to the utmost latest interest surrounding the uses and gratification theory and that is the connection amid the reason behind why media is consumed and the attained gratification. UGT researchers are evolving the theory to be more prognostic and explanatory by linking the desires, goals, benefits, and costs of media consumption and usage alongside individual factors. (West & Turner,
This theory regards the social context in which the language is used as crucial. Critical Discourse Analysis directs much of its attention and dedicates a substantial amount of research to the relation between language and power. Presently the term CDA is used to denote the scholars’ critical linguistic approach, in line with which larger discursive units of text are perceived as basic units of communication. CDA examines institutional, political,
The HDI is used to measure the level of development of countries and to rank them accordingly, as developed or developing. Countries are measured under three different elements; life expectancy at birth, literacy and standard of living. The Human Development Index has many strengths in measuring a country’s development. Firstly, the HDI takes many different factors into account when measuring development. ‘Compared with the traditional measure of GDP, the HDI is a broader measure of development, since it captures not only the level of income but also incorporates measures of health and education.’ (REC, 2011).
0.3. Objectives of the Study The objectives of this proposed study are to establish whether the role of media in crisis management is negative or positive. This means that the role of the media in crisis management will be approached from another angle as opposed to previous study. It is a proposition that this role can either be positive or negative depending on the nature of the crisis and the social media platforms
This paper attempts to examine the economic determinants of life expectancy and explain the economic basis for the disparity of life expectancy between the regions of the world. This was done by using a series of models that accounted for some basic economic and socio-economic factors unique to each country while accounting for pooled interaction and country classification. Most variables turned out to be significant where income, income inequality, urbanization and public health care expenditure all help to estimate life expectancy. By creating dummy variables for regional analysis, we can see where a person is born ultimately determines a lot about how long they are expected to live, for instances someone born in America is expected to live about 18 years longer than someone born in Africa. 1.0 Introduction Life expectancy, as indicator of development, varies widely throughout the many regions of the world.
There are three ways to deal with this study: (1) a traits approach, which discusses fundamental attributes and behavioral dispositions; (2) a self-systems approach, which addresses the dynamics of personality; and (3) a self-regulation process, which tackles the promotion of growth as well as the achievement of psychological equilibrium. b. It is best represented by trait expression, self-regulation, and the "first in, last out" law that foresees personality only declining in the oldest of the old due to the existence of emotional and motivational tendencies as early as childhood. III. The gap between life span theories and more age-specialized theories becomes closer.
Mediums influence and social forces can be viewed on a continuum, Media Determinism, Social Shaping, and Social Determinism. From the view of media determinism, media such as television influence and change a vast majority. From the view of social determinism, it is believed that media are a basic reflective view of those whom use it. Between these two opposites there are views that believe in the mutual interaction between media and those who use it. The relationship between medium and message is famously discussed by three amazing authors.
Recent research has focused on observing the way language policies establish and maintain socioeconomic equality and inequality, their key role in organizing social and political systems, as well as how they “simultaneously express, enable and constrain future members of society”. (Tollefson, 2002:17) Numerous researchers believe that “language policies in education are not merely about choice of language as medium of instruction, but instead are often central to a host of social processes”. (Tollefson, 2002:10) Studying minority languages and language policies means studying social, political and historical context of the chosen country and the way in which actions of dominant groups, with the help of these policies, or lack of them, lead to discrimination and inequality of ethnic minorities, migrants and indigenous native
The proper implementation of research methodology and research strategy plays a pivotal role to have a complete organized research paper. The use of deductive and inductive has been recognize in this research paper, the more use of inductive approach is used as this literature is purely dependent upon the qualitative approach. As illustrated by the authors that the deductive is heavily used by the research that needs to be empirical data, it used by the researchers who are writing empirical form of research paper. This research paper has idea, theories that are tested by the use of papers, articles, knowledge etc that have been reviewed. Despite of having approach of inductive reasoning, this paper lacks in advantage of deductive reasoning as because are devoid of any formulated hypothesis.
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