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Impact of Television Channels among Indian Family Womens

Rommani Sen Shitak, H. Hellman


Communication process consists of information that leads the receiver to remeasure his environment and through that remeasure his needs and his ways of obtaining information or his social relationships, attitudes and beliefs with the society is possible. The main aim of this was to study and revise the impact of Tamil satellite channel among the people. The data was received with a extracted survey with a sample size of 130 respondents. The developing transnational phenomenon of Tamil television challenges mapped boundaries and contests traditionally such as those of nation and homeland, questions the principle of secure living opens up the sphere both from without and within the national space. New media was shaped and flows due to its practice with a built-in transnational connectivity, creating present cultures with new meanings and experiences. The major survey on television says it was influenced by the home makers such as people and strongly notify that female respondents shows a more impact on Tamil satellite channels. A majority of respondents agreed that their purchase decisions was influenced by the television. The result says people are getting irritated when they are disturbed while they are watching televisions.


Television, Respondents, Communication and Media.

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