questions any individual in touch with modern media might ask himself in the 21st century. It is still unclear what are the consequences of a world mediated by an unprecedented amount of information, noise and imagery. Contents that are expanding themselves and being enlarged by the nanosecond. Both by traditional media outlets and more recently by people who consume (and produce) media in the various forms it is offered (especially the digital). Established media organisations embed themselves into contemporary
REAL LIFE WRITINGS IN AMERICAN LITERARY JOURNALISM: A NARRATOLOGICAL STUDY Foreword In the modern era, science and technology have pierced through every corner of human life, leaving man with a feeling of nothingness without it. It is sad to know that man has thought himself to be the unconquerable, but the bitter reality is that the unconquerable has become destructive. Moreover, it is a fact that all is not well with the age of globalization and technology. Modern man is not having enough
Theoretical Framework This particular research follows a framework developed by Albert Bandura (1977), Social Learning Theory, which is an existing theory that use for similar research. This theory stated that behaviour is learned from the environment through the process of observational learning. Specifically, there is three components of social learning theory construct describing how peers influence personal alcohol consumption: social reinforcement, modelling and cognitive processes. Social
Nonetheless, as doctrinated to the United States Marine Corps, small wars are defined as – operations undertaken under executive authority, wherein military force is combined with diplomatic pressure in the internal or external affairs of another state whose government is unstable, inadequate, or unsatisfactory for the preservation of life and of such interests as are determined by the foreign policy of our Nation10. Otherwise known as “terrorism”, “intrastate
Introduction The media in India is mostly self-regulated. The existing bodies for regulation of media such as the Press Council of India, which is a statutory body, and the News Broadcasting Standards Authority, a self-regulatory organization, issue standards which are more in the nature of guidelines. The law Article 19 of the Indian constitution guarantees Right to freedom of speech and expression. Right to freedom of press is also included in the right to freedom of expression. However, this
ACADEMY OF ECONOMIC STUDIES FACULTY OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION IN FOREIGN LANGUAGES COMPANY ANALYSIS BY CREATING VALUE INDICATORS - BACHELOR THESIS - Scientific Coordinator: Author: Univ. prof. PhD. ION ANGHEL IOANA OPRIȘAN Bucharest 2015 Contents Introduction Acknowledgements 1. Value-based management and value indicators 3 1.1. The necessity for value-based management 3 1.2. Value indicators 6 2. Consumer value at Amazon.com 10 2.1. Amazon.com history 10 2.2
Abstract This thesis examines the use of social media for public relations. Nowadays there is hardly an organization or a brand in operation that denies the power of social media. Social media has become the number one single online entertaining activity for individuals. The technological progress has changed the nature of communication by creating online social networks. Nowadays social networking websites are a very powerful communication channel in Public Relations. In terms of the market
ALCIDE DE GASPERI UNIVERSITY OF EUROREGIONAL ECONOMY JÓZEFÓW, POLAND Field of study: Management Speciality: Business Administration Saalai Sivanesh Palaniappa Goundar Marimuthu Index number: 5412 People preference with respect to Yoga practice in Warsaw MASTER’S THESIS Written by – Saalai Sivanesh Under scientific supervision of: Józefów 2015 CONTENTS INTRODUCTION .................................................................................................................