Apply ONE of the criminological theories discussed in the previous section (Social Learning, Social Bonding, Self-Control, Developmental & Life-Course) to a current crime/justice issue or event, using a news article along with the textbook as sources. Students will analyze the event or issue as portrayed by news media and write a brief but in-depth discussion of how one of the theories discussed that week applies to that event, issue, or phenomenon.
The creative industries are complex and ever-changing, especially over the past 100 years. The fundamental inputs of these industries are tangible and intangible (Intellectual property) property based on a creative, innovative and technological culture. In relation to the national economy (Specifically America), the promotion of the creative industries has meant economic gain, contributing to employment and growth. In turn this then integrates economics and creative industries making them interchangeable at times. My focus is on three separate elements of the Creative industries and the substantial growth that they have generated. These elements are; film, television and sound and visual effects and are discussed throughout this assignment in overlapping stages. The creative industry is also a growing industry in the UK and is legitimate competition for the rest of the world due to the quality of its productions. This will be especially relevant nowadays due to the UK exiting the European Union, meaning that the creative sector here will need to produce quality work to gain financial revenue from the world economy. Film – Take out the title film as all are discussed throughout The very first successful camera was made by Nicephorus Niépce in 1816, using a small camera and a piece of paper that was cover in a silver chloride substance. This means that it darkened wherever it was exposed to light. However can this really be debated as the origins of film?, yes certainly this was something which was revolutionary for its time, being able to take still life photographs but at its most basic is it film for the entertainment industry maybe not. Technology began back in 1881, when Edison and Lumiere brothers made cameras. Edison created the first motion camera and kinetoscope that was 16 frames per seconds; this was obviously not only innovative but revolutionary. These inventions were then shown to the public 1895 when the Lumiere brothers filmed at their father’s factory. A year later the brothers had made 40 films and they allowed the public to view during private viewings. Films originated right back to the 1890s, where they were first seen in black and white and only lasted a minute long; these short films did not even include any audio within them. Historically it is Louis Lumiere who was from France that is credited and is known as the inventor of the motion picture camera in 1895. The reason being, that his competitor Edison had a bulky/heavy camera and Lumiere had a portable camera, thus revolutionising the era of motion pictures. This was back when there was no such thing as a cinema, as a small group of people would be shown a short at the bac>GET ANSWER