Month: April 2017

Postmodern Consumer Culture Reflected Through Financial Corporation Advertising

Critical analysis of visual material provides an excellent insight to the social and cultural formation of a particular period. By analyzing visual language, representations and signifiers, one can gain a comprehensive understanding of significant paradigms that dominate any given time. This essay will explore various examples of advertising strategies...

The Media and the Military

The media and the military ???Loose lips sink ships.??™ This old cliche reflects the fact that even in the pre-Internet age, there was a pervasive sense that public perception and knowledge of the military must be controlled to bring a mission to a successful conclusion. The public??™s right to...

The Media a Dangerous Weapon

The media a Dangerous weapon for teenagers People all over the world use the media everyday. Whether to use a computer, to watch TV, to read a newspaper, to talk on the phone or listen to the radio. The media is a way to communicate. Through the media, you...

Postcolonialism

On Grafting the Vernacular: The Consequences of Postcolonial Spectrology Ghosh, Bishnupriya. boundary 2, Volume 31, Number 2, Summer 2004, pp. 197-218 (Article) Published by Duke University Press For additional information about this article Access Provided by Madurai Kamraj University at 05/10/11 8:15AM GMT http://muse.jhu.edu/journals/b2/summary/v031/31.2ghosh.html On Grafting the Vernacular: The...

The Meatrix

The Meatrix The presentation is subject to the viewpoint of anti-meatpacking industries. The Meatrix was trying to show how the reality of the harsh meatpacking industry is different than the ways of a subsistence farm. The cruelty shown was surprising because it said most of the animals do not...

Post Tramatic Stress Disorder

Nicole Jones English Writing 2 Ellen Kanavy 07, October 2010 The History and Effects of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder There are many consequences to war and one of the most painful, deadly, and heartbreaking for individuals who suffers from this disorder. It is very rarely warned about, recognized, or...

The Meanings and Purpose of Employee Voice

THE MEANINGS AND PURPOSE OF EMPLOYEE VOICE Tony Dundon National University of Ireland, Galway Adrian Wilkinson Loughborough University Mick Marchington Manchester School of Management, UMIST Peter Ackers Loughborough University. 8260 words (excluding tables and references) 1 IJHRM Voice 1 THE MEANINGS AND PURPOSE OF EMPLOYEE VOICE ABSTRACT In this...

Pospad Leads the Way

Introduction Unizul as an institution steeped in tradition, culture and history, provides the didactic needs of students drawn from throughout the Africa continent. Alumni passing through this haloed sanctum have spawned leaders in politics, law, education, science and the health disciplines. Unizul is facing challenges from varying quarters vis-a-vis...

The Meaning Transfer Model

The Meaning Transfer Model McCracken (1989) explained the effectiveness of celebrity endorsers by assessing the meanings that the consumer associated with the endorser and eventually transfer to the brand by suggesting a three stages meaning transfer model. First, when a celebrity endorses a product in an advertisement, the audience...