Impact of Television Documentary on Student Communication Skills

  • Sanil S Hishan, Suresh Ramakrishnan , Rosman Md. Yusoff , Amina Imran , Nabil Hasan Saleh Al-Kumaim

Abstract

The research is structured to explain the age, race, and college profile of respondents; define
the impact of television documents on personal and social skills growth in communications;
assess the substantial gap in reaction to documentary assessments and suggest a course of action
for creating more accurate documentary content. As the primary data collection method with
frequency distribution, weighted media and ANOVA as methodological methods, the sample
questionnaire are used. Based on the findings, the majority of respondents were male, aged 19–
21 in the LIMA Department. The respondents accept that the two tv shows had been influenced
directly and professionally. In comparison, there are major variations in the classification of tv
programs as classified according to profile variables. Based on the findings of the report, a new
technique was created for rendering television documentaries responsive to contact

Published
2020-05-10
How to Cite
Sanil S Hishan, Suresh Ramakrishnan , Rosman Md. Yusoff , Amina Imran , Nabil Hasan Saleh Al-Kumaim. (2020). Impact of Television Documentary on Student Communication Skills. International Journal of Advanced Science and Technology, 29(10s), 875 - 889. Retrieved from https://sersc.org/journals/index.php/IJAST/article/view/14520
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