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Representation of Print Media in Films

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Representation of Print Media in Films by Samrat Dey

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Creating awareness about representations is one of the objectives of the study. Before forming an opinion about the representation of print media in films it is important to know what those representations represent. Today there are online newspapers and it co-exists with the traditional print media. Thus the researcher has found it more important to study the portrayal of the print media in films in the context of today's time and space. The researcher is not trying to appeal that print media should be potrayed in a certain way. The research contains analysis of some films to study the representation. Researcher is not being judgemental about the representations but only investigating the depiction of print media, journalists and professions in films, as film is a different medium from print. The researcher, a student of Communication feels the necessity of this enquiry about the representation of the print media in the films and the way in which it has been represented.
Release date NZ
March 20th, 2012
  • General (US: Trade)
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black & white illustrations
Lap Lambert Academic Publishing
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