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Culture during the Cold War - Wikipedia

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The Cold War (1947–91) was reflected in culture through music, movies, books, television and .... By the 1960s, spy films were effectively a "weapon of confrontation between the two world...

Understanding Media and Culture: An Introduction to Mass ...

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9.2 The Relationship Between Television and Culture. Learning Objectives. Identify ways in which American culture is reflected on television. Identify ways in  ...

9.2 The Relationship Between Television and Culture ...

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Identify ways in which American culture is reflected on television. ... But the relationship between social attitudes and television is reciprocal; broadcasters .... offered viewers the chance to watch films and adult-themed shows during all hours, ...

The relationship between filmand television - Television - actor ...

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As physical artifacts, films may reside in studio vaults, but they remain alive in the culture due almost entirely to the existence of television. Whether films survive ...

Television's Impact on American Society and Culture - Dictionary ...

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Definition of Television's Impact on American Society and Culture – Our online ... Between the 1940s and 2000s, commercial television had a profound and wide- ranging impact .... Chico is a talented young mechanic who builds a relationship with a cranky old ...... Blacks in American Films and Television: An Encyclopedia.

Hollywood and Television in the 1950s: The Roots of Diversification ...

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Home Arts Culture magazines Hollywood and Television in the 1950s: The Roots of Diversification ... Early Interactions Between the Film Industry and Television ... the film industry's relationship with television in the fifties must be understood in the ..... First-run movies were shown concurrently at the local theater chain, thus ...

TV Multiversity: Television, Culture and Consumerism

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Dec 12, 2014 ... In a way, television has spread the ethos of consumerism around the globe. ... imply a simple cause-and-effect relationship between television and society. ... people from watching American movies and television, because in ...

Impact of media use on children and youth

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There is a relationship between watching violent television programming and an ... watching television varies between different age groups and cultures (1,13). ... A detailed guide to responsible sexual content on television, and in films and ...

Television and Religion: The Shaping of Faith, Values and Culture

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The problem of violence on television and its effects in the society is a ... the amount of violence portrayed on American movie and TV screens has anything to do with ... But the Commission did not find a causal relationship between television ...

Television during the 1950s and 60s - Wessels Living History Farm

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Television struggled to become a national mass media in the 1950s, and became a cultural force – for better or worse – in the 60s. ... These 16mm films, known as kinescopes, were then duplicated and shipped to the few affiliated ... Between 1949 and 1969, the number of households in the U.S. with at least one TV set rose ...