Ethics is the branch of philosophy that involves systematizing, defending, and recommending concepts of right and wrong conduct. The branch of philosophy axiology comprises the sub-branches of Ethics and aesthetics, each concerned with concepts of value. As a branch of philosophy, ethics investigates the questions “What is the best way for people to live?” and “What actions are right or wrong in particular circumstances?” In practice, ethics seeks to resolve questions of human morality, by defining
capital, film and cinema are both reflections of a society’s ideals inasmuch as they are also what the philosopher Louis Althusser might call “an apparatus for reproducing the means of production.” Beyond its importance to various theories of cinema and society, a common understanding of cinema hinges on its importance as a tool for examining society in general—much like a lens through which one might peer to understand the ecology of a newfound species. And when one considers world cinemas, few are more
thus, clearly belongs to the upcoming genre of South Asian cross-over cinema in its diasporic incarnation. Such cross-over cinema self-consciously acts as a bridge between at least two distinct cinematic traditions—Hollywood and Bollywood (Indian Hindi cinema). According to Gurinder Chadha, Bride and Prejudice is a “complete Hindi movie” in which she has paid “homage to Hindi cinema” through “deliberate references to the cinema of Manoj Kumar, Raj Kapoor, Yash Chopra and Karan Johar” (Jha). This list
accessibility of pleasure that makes us call this performance of song as an item dance? What are the possibilities of pleasures offered by an item song? One encounters this erotic item in most of the north, central or south Indian movies. What makes an item song expectable in any ‘Indian film’ irrespective of the certification?
1. Title of the thesis: Celebrating Indian society, compassion and principle centeredness: a thematic study of the works of Sudha Murty 2. Introduction: Sudha Murty is the chairperson of the Infosys Foundation. Sudha is famous author as well. She has authored three non-fiction works, five fiction works and four books for children. Her non-fiction works recount her personal experiences many of which she accumulated while working for Infosys foundation. While working for it, she has criss-crossed India
cowboy may not be a specific individual from history or a tall tale but yet when one hears “cowboy” one can automatically assign specific traits to them. These traits go beyond a general aesthetic; the cowboy has a specific personality, code, set of ethics, and governing philosophy. These are largely ahistorical products of our popular culture but apocryphal nature aside, the perception of the cowboy as a rugged hero has proved to be resilient in its’ ubiquitous recognition. As an illustration of the
self-admiration." (Davidson: 2010) The callous and brutal treatment with the Na'vi has been interpreted as an allegory for the predicament of American Indians. Brooks said that Avatar looks after a long custom of "white Messiah" movies which started in the 1970s with A Man Called Horse, featuring Richard Harris as an English aristocrat who is caught by a Sioux Indian tribe and turns into their leader, and which incorporates Kevin Costner's Dances With Wolves and the Tom Cruise film, The Last Samurai. Robinne
Decoding the Teenage DNA Amit Kumar Dutta Assistant Professor Amity School of Communication Amity University INDIA ABSTRACT Industrialization, Globalization, Marketing revolutions & Consumerism at the backdrop, India is witnessing unprecedented changes in its markets & marketing trends. The impact of this phenomenon is visible across all four P’s i.e. product, place, price & promotion. Although the agenda of this entire journey is being widespread by the phenomenal aspect of Marketing called Advertising
another part of growing up? Throughout childhood people are faced with situations of abusive families or school year bullies that could give them this dose of reality at a young age. In Ann-Marie MacDonald’s ‘Fall on Your Knees’ and Richard Wagamese’s ‘Indian Horse’, the characters face different traumas and forms of abuse. The abuse has different effects on the characters: Materia, Francis, Kathleen, and Saul. As a mother, Materia should provide the needed care and love for her daughters as well as her
In animation are we moving away from stereotypic depiction, are we maturing, are we changing our culture for the best? if so how? is now beter then before? Moral and Ethics in disney animation woman representation in modern animation. gender stereotyping and sexist imagry Woman in the animation production an overlook Lotte Reiniger Mary ellen Faith Hubley Evelyn Lambart Sayoko kinoshita Gillian lacey caroline Leaf quote from the book Jayne Pilling 'Women and Animation'