Television drama engages the emotion as well as the intellect. This explains its power to change behaviour. An emotional reaction to a story often leads people to think about themselves and their own attitudes and behaviour.
The main focus of this study is to investigate if audience perceptions of TV drama messages have actual behavioural consequences and how this can be effectively controlled to protect TV audience from harmful content. For more, please visit http://www.free-ebooks.net/ebook/Regulating-Television-Drama-For-Positive-Audience-Impact
Monday, 31 December 2012
Monday, 24 September 2012
I recently stumbled on this debate at an online cycle of mums and some of the comments i read were quite insightful while others were just appalling! Well, such a sensitive subject cannot be exhaustively discussed, so here is opening another forum for diverse views. I may learn a thing or two from your opinion. For me, there is no universal formula for parenting. It is situation dependent. And whether the TV is in the kids' room or in the living room, it is still in the house! The question should be what are they watching, when and how and they watching it? Cant wait to read what you 've got to say! Welcome....