Soft-soaping India

The World of Indian Televised Soap Operas

  • K. Moti Gokulsing
At least one third of India’s billion inhabitants regularly watch Indian soap operas, which have displaced popular cinema as the prime entertainment genre. And in the Indian diaspora on every Continent too, Indian soap operas are a feature of life – a source of pleasure, discussion and shared identity.
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The World of Indian Televised Soap Operas

  • K. Moti Gokulsing
At least one third of India’s billion inhabitants regularly watch Indian soap operas, which have displaced popular cinema as the prime entertainment genre. And in the Indian diaspora on every Continent too, Indian soap operas are a feature of life – a source of pleasure, discussion and shared identity.

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Teaching Media in the English Curriculum

  • Andrew Hart
  • Alun Hicks
Learning English is a problem in many secondary schools, yet students watch, hear, understand and discuss television, radio and film. Why does their English not respond? This school based British research shows teachers can make use of this, and strategies to do so and to evaluate results.
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  • Andrew Hart
  • Alun Hicks
Learning English is a problem in many secondary schools, yet students watch, hear, understand and discuss television, radio and film. Why does their English not respond? This school based British research shows teachers can make use of this, and strategies to do so and to evaluate results.

Price: £21.99

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