Journalism

June 12, 2017 IIS Institute 0

I INTRODUCTION Journalism, the gathering, evaluation, and processing of information, ideas, and factual stories, usually of current interest, for dissemination through a variety of media. […]

Epic

June 11, 2017 IIS Institute 0

I INTRODUCTION Epic, long narrative poem, majestic both in theme and style. Epics deal with legendary or historical events of national or universal significance, involving […]

Role

June 2, 2017 IIS Institute 0

I INTRODUCTION The role, pattern of social behaviour demanded of a person’s status. Roles are seen as taking precedence over individual preferences as attributes, entitlements, […]

Caste

June 2, 2017 IIS Institute 0

I INTRODUCTION Caste, the rigid social system in which a social hierarchy is maintained by the heredity of defined status in society, and allowing little […]

Film Festivals

May 29, 2017 IIS Institute 0

Film Festivals, typically, annual (or biennial) events, held over several days in specific towns, cities, or regions, which act as showcases for new films. Most […]

Earthquake

May 26, 2017 IIS Institute 0

I INTRODUCTION Earthquake, vibrations produced in the Earth’s crust when rocks in which elastic strain has been building up suddenly rupture and then rebound. The […]

Asia

May 26, 2017 IIS Institute 0

I INTRODUCTION Asia, the largest of the Earth’s seven continents. With outlying islands, it covers an estimated 44,936,000 sq km (17,350,000 sq mi), or about […]

Documentaries

May 18, 2017 IIS Institute 0

I INTRODUCTION Documentaries, carefully structured television and radio programmes that explore real-life subjects in detail. Documentaries deal with any area of life—history, culture, and the […]

International

May 16, 2017 IIS Institute 0

I INTRODUCTION International, the common name of various associations formed to unite socialist and communist organizations throughout the world. II THE FIRST INTERNATIONAL In 1864 […]

Children’s Television

May 16, 2017 IIS Institute 0

I INTRODUCTION Children’s Television, the historical development of broadcasting aimed at younger viewers. Children’s television in the United Kingdom owes much to the public service […]