Articles on Entertaiment
Something affording pleasure, diversion, or amusement. Solving a crossword puzzle is an entertainment for many people. A divertingly adventurous, comic, or picaresque novel. An agreeable occupation for the mind; an agreeable or amusing distraction: Reading Shakespeare provides a great entertainment. The highlight of the ball was an elaborate entertainment. These examples are from programmatically compiled sources to illustrate current usage of the word ‘Entertaiment.’ Send us feedback.
It stimulates the brain to realease seratonin and dopamine and hits on the points our minds were evolved to react deeply to in order to understand and navigate a social world. Bates and Ferri (2010) define it as consumer activity understood objectively, communicates from text to audience, involves an external stimulus, offers pleasure and requires passivity.