I would like to take this opportunity of personally welcoming you in the blog!
…it’s great to have you here in vikramroyblog.com
I am the writer of the mystery play “The Alchemist A Mystery in Three Acts”
We may know each other for a long time before the creation! Isn’t it?
We win over the creation by love, peace, honesty and humanity. My Blog is for free thinking. I live in present. I am always with you and I am nothing but your inner voice. You talk I listen, and vis-à-vis. It is telepathy. We are common, equal, outstanding. The words are free to contrast. Construct something better and valuable. Love, science and logic, no emotion! No hate.
“Hope” … hope will take us high to experience this new world we are building. Modern technology and fast information will help us to contact each other.
(Author, Critic and Business Writer)
M.A. JOURNALISM AND MASS COMMUNICATIONS
The scale is composed of three Likert-types statement measuring the degree to which a person believes that art in general is entertaining. Here in this blog you can read all such subjects related with science, arts, and literature. It’s my goal to fulfill these objectives.
Art cannot draw lines in human life, but an artist can reflect light upon the society that is still standing in the dark.
Psychology is fundamental to understanding the impact on individuals and groups of the integration of media technologies in modern society. This field encompasses the full range of human experience of media—including affect, cognition, and behavior—in activities, events, theories, and practices. Media include all forms of mediated communication, such as pictures, sound, graphics, content and emerging technologies.
The emerging field represented a significant opportunity to use media in new and creative ways by understanding how creative science and media work together. Psychological theories can be applied to emerging social media, e-Learning, and digital technologies, blogging in pioneering ways. Media psychology draws from multiples disciplines such as sociology, anthropology, neuroscience, political science, rhetoric, computer science, communications, culture, arts and international relations.
One of the goals of education is social awareness: a better understanding of society and the knowledge of available alternatives. The development of social awareness based fundamentally on consideration for others is an important function of education, basic to the philosophy.
Why is it that marketing scientists tend to blame a brand’s demise on “loss of differentiation” or some such thing when they should be saying “It’s too expensive, it’s no longer profitable”? Which incidentally means the brand is becoming more not less differentiated?