What mechanisms produce high precipitation in the tropics?

“The Global Circulation can be described as the worldwide system of winds where the necessary transport of heat from tropical to polar latitudes is accomplished,” (metoffice.gov.uk).These atmospheric heating and circulation patterns are controlled by three cells of air flow between the Earth’s poles and the equator. These three cells are the Polar Cell, Ferrel Cell, … Read more

Media Censorship in China

China is home to one of the world’s most restrictive media environments and its most sophisticated system of censorship. Although, Article 35 of the constitution guarantees freedoms of speech, assembly, association, and publication, but such rights are subordinated to the discretion of the CCP and its status as the ruling power. The ruling CCP maintains … Read more

Role of media in a democracy

Majority rules system implies An arrangement of government in which every one of the general population of a nation can vote to choose their delegates. Media appeared in 1780 with the presentation of a daily paper, in particular, The Bengal Gazette and from that point forward it has developed a long way. It has been … Read more

How Advertising Affects Our Self-Esteem, Brain And Senses

In today’s world, advertising affects everyone. Sometimes it feels annoying for us to watch the ads of beauty products, food, cars and other stuff. However, we can’t deny the fact that advertising affects our self-esteem, brain and senses. There are two main targets of each promotion: men and women. They, of course, have different preferences, … Read more

People That Deserve To Be Doomed to the Inferno

Dante’s Inferno is a horrible, lurid, and ghastly place manifested by Dante Alighieri, author of the epic poem the Inferno from The Divine Comedy. Dante’s underworld is specifically designed for non-repentive sinners who have committed sins against humanity. Through the use of poetic license, Dante manages to doom individuals from his time era to specific … Read more

Radio Drama

Codes and Conventions Radio Drama is a old but still very real format for storytelling, where the imagination takes on a much bigger role during the performance. Radio Dramas are nowadays mostly listened to by Middle/Upper Class people, usually older. In 2011, BBC Radio 4 (famous for being spoken-word only) reached listening figures of over … Read more

People That Deserve To Be Doomed to the Inferno

Dante’s Inferno is a horrible, lurid, and ghastly place manifested by Dante Alighieri, author of the epic poem the Inferno from The Divine Comedy. Dante’s underworld is specifically designed for non-repentive sinners who have committed sins against humanity. Through the use of poetic license, Dante manages to doom individuals from his time era to specific … Read more

The Power Of Art In Speaking To The Community And The Media: “Tree Of Hope” By Frida Kahlo And “Campbell’s Soup Can” By Andy Warhol

The paintings I have chosen for my essay are Tree of Hope by Frida Kahlo and Campbell’s Soup Can by Andy Warhol. These are the paintings that really drew my interest as both artists seemed to be speaking to me with their works. These paintings have helped me understand the power of art in speaking … Read more

Theory Of Framing In The Media

“Journalists often subconsciously engage in essentially the same process when they decide how to describe the political world. They choose images and words that have the power to influence how audience interpret and evaluate issues and policies”. Agenda setting increases the accessibility of an issue, when the audience are given more exposure to news related … Read more

Investigative Journalism Characteristics And Challenges

Investigative Journalism assumes a key part in serving society by recognizing defilement, improving straightforwardness, and fortifying general feeling. Investigative Journalism of value and pertinence is significant in itself in what it can improve the situation common people and for society, ordinarily holding up truth to control, it can assume an instrumentalist part in re-empowering proficient … Read more

Sahel Drought in the late 20th Century

Drought by definition is “a function of rainfall” (Agnew and Chappell 1999, p.299). However, this definition is insufficient, only considering precipitation results in anomalies that cannot be explained. Unless it is a purely meteorological drought, even then local and regional human impact increases the stress (Thomas and Goudie, 2009). Factoring in local variabilities, and human … Read more

Theory Of Framing In The Media

“Journalists often subconsciously engage in essentially the same process when they decide how to describe the political world. They choose images and words that have the power to influence how audience interpret and evaluate issues and policies”. Agenda setting increases the accessibility of an issue, when the audience are given more exposure to news related … Read more

Advantages and Disadvantages of Social Media

Communication is a part of life. The ability to communicate clearly and effectively is one of the main skills that people have. The use of technology can be a great opportunity for people in communicating, reducing time. But technology can have consequences of reducing person-to-person interaction without the device. Today communication technology has rapidly developed. … Read more

The Dust Bowl

The Dust Bowl, also known as the Dirty Thirties, was a period of severe dust storms that greatly damaged the ecology and agriculture of the American and Canadian prairies during the 1930s; severe drought and a failure to apply dryland farming methods to prevent wind erosion (the Aeolian processes) caused the phenomenon. The drought came … Read more

Tough Guise 2 – Jackson Katz On Violence, Media & Manhood

In Tough Guise 2, cultural theorist and anti-violence activist Jackson Katz reveals the horrors in America rooted in our incapability as a society to surpass outmoded ideals of manhood and the violence that follows it. Through several examples including racial, ethnic, and class lines, Katz examines “mass shootings, day-to-day gun violence, violence against women, bullying, … Read more

The History & Marketing Campaign Of Abercrombie & Fitch Company

In 2012 the company launched a marketing campaign with the slogan “I am Torrid” to promote the beauty and sexuality of voluptuous women. Vice President of Marketing Lisa Stanley explains “Our customers want real fashion that is flattering to their figures, and they want to be portrayed as they are: sexy, fearless and beautiful. The … Read more

Persuasion is made up of artistic and inartistic proof

Followed by the Media Dynamics publication, an adult will expose to nearly 600-625 of advertisement from different source in one day .(Media Matters, 2007)Thus, the number of advertisement that people were noticed is just 76 according to the study by Bauer and Greyser.(Bauer/Greyser; 1964 ) In the advertisement industry , it is very important to … Read more