Articles About Entertaiment
A pleasing occupation of the mind; a diversion or amusement: The daily crossword puzzle is an entertaining amusement. Something presented for the enjoyment or amusement of an audience: A stage show is an entertainment. An agreeable or diverting amusement, activity, or diversion: Solving a crossword puzzle provides an entertainment for many people. Anything that affords pleasure, diversion, or amusement: A good dinner is a form of entertainment. An agreed or enjoyable activity or amusement: A trip to a theme park is an entertainment. See also amusement, fun, and humour.
From Old French entretenement, from Latin entente.
Bates and Ferri (2010) argue that entertainment is understood objectively, involves communication between text and audience, encompasses an external stimulus, offers pleasure, requires an audience and occurs in a passive form.