Nick Begich and Jeane Manning This article was prepared to provide a summary of the contents of a book written in which describes an entirely new class of weapons. The weapons and their effects are described in the following pages. The United States Navy and Air Force have joined with the University of Alaska, Fairbanks, to build a prototype for a ground based "Star Wars" weapon system located in the remote bush country of Alaska.
All About Theories for Communication. Started his career in physics his interest in psychology led him to study in the University of London and received his second PhD in psychology.
He served in India as a brigadier General during the world war by joining the British army. He served as the assistant director of psychology in the oxford university, and then in the University of Chicago and also as the director of advertising research for Nowland and company.
Then he spends the rest of his professional life in the University of Missouri School of journalism as a professor till his retirement in He was the visiting professor in the University of Lowa till his second retirement in He is well known for his expansion of unconventional form of factorial analysis involved with the process of subjectivity.
Introduction The conventional methods on approaching the mass communication works were factual and sociological. William Stephenson came introduced a method which is more subjective and psychological.
This method analysis how any communication procedure is enthralled by individuals. In this theory Stephenson is explaining how the people comprehend these theories and which area is being grasped and which is rejected and why is that occurring.
It helps to understand to which extend the mass distinguish the facts with the fiction which is being displayed in the media subjectively, how the mass use the media for a step-up or for fulfilling their own desires.
This theory is based on a field where pain is in one end and pleasures the other. Work favours pain and play favours pleasure.
Play is self-contained and people do it to get satisfaction.
But work has to be done to increase productivity. People often are influenced by the media in a positive and negative way. The persuasion that is been offered by the advertisements, the characters of your favourite movie star all influence people.
According to Stephenson we develop our fantasies and see our favourite characters in the media showing our emotions. As we relate our characters with what we see in the media, we are greatly influenced by them and the character they showcase.
This theory is closely related to uses and gratifications theory where we can observe how people use the media and why. The media greatly influences the needs of the audiences and also the gratification the media provide them. In play theory the media is mainly used to get pleasure out of its usage than as the medium of information and education.
When we use media we might use it as an intensification of ourselves by relating the events which is presented in the media with our real lives.
Scope Through this theory we can understand to what extent we use the communication media as an intensification of ourselves and how it satisfy our need for pleasure. To exhibit the extent of self-sufficiency attainable from a distinct respect to social control executed by his socio cultural system.
Example People tend to follow the trend of the popular culture in the society. Likewise a famous movie actress will be the promoter of this trend.
We will try to relate our life with the content that they are showing in the movies and will try imitate them. We tend to follow the merchandise that they use, we tend to live up to them and find pleasure by doing so.
The batman series has become quiet famous nowadays and the kids and even the young adults have been influenced by the characters in that movie. This has influenced the people in positive way. Most of the time people become helpless confronting an injustice, and in the movie batman is been showed as a protector.
The event can be related to the happenings of a real life and people tend to see it as a continuation of their experiences.Greek Philosophers Plato and Aristotle discussed the role of play in education, but specific play theories were not developed until centuries later.
The following discussion of a few modern psychological theories and theorists describes the current trends put into "play" in today's educational settings. Theories of Play That children engage in play seems to be a proposition that is universally true.
Whatever historical period is examined, evidence can be found of children playing. The same holds across cultures too, although the content of children's play differs across time and space.
This article was prepared to provide a summary of the contents of a book written in which describes an entirely new class of weapons. A conspiracy theory is an explanation of an event or situation that invokes a conspiracy—generally one involving an illegal or harmful act supposedly carried out by government or other powerful actors—without credible evidence.
Conspiracy theories often produce hypotheses that contradict the prevailing understanding of history or . Play theories are divided into two groups: a) classical theories, which originated in the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, and b) modern theories, which were developed after a) Classical theories: Classical theories have tried to explain why play exists.
Pygmalion: Bernard Shaw: Based on classical myth, Bernard Shaw’s Pygmalion plays on the complex business of human relationships in a social world. Phonetics Professor Henry Higgins tutors the very Cockney Eliza Doolittle, not only in the refinement of speech, but also in the refinement of her manner.