Comparative Analysis of “Dead Poets Society” and “Stand and Deliver”


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A Comparative Analysis of "Dead Poets Society" and "Stand and Deliver"
Through a Context of Educational and Mass Media Theories
Theory informs practice, and it eventually becomes the framework that allows a specific discipline to flourish. Educational Theory and Mass Media Theory are vital agents that have impacted, and will continue to impact societies. Educational Theory and Mass Media Theory directly influence the practices of Education and Mass Media within societies, and their germinal importance crosses boundaries of geography and time. The combined influence of both is immeasurable. By constructing an historical context of the educational theories of Plato, John Locke, John Dewey and Paolo
, and coupling it with a similar...
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