Articles on Entertaiment
A type of consumer activity characterized by its receptiveness, passive form and the ability to cross over different media. The familiar forms of entertainment have demonstrated a seemingly unlimited potential for creative remix, ensuring the longevity and continuity of many themes, images and structures.
For example, Dan has a lot of stereo entertainment equipment in his room. But he shouldn’t entertain himself with listening to lewd songs.
According to Oliver and Barstsch (2010), the term “entertainment” can be defined as an activity that is understood objectively, involves communication between text and audience from an external stimulus, offers pleasure, requires an audience and is a receptive rather than active form of entertainment.