Samples "Media"

Media

In order to live in a society, a person must be acculturated into the society and its behavior patterns through some sort of acculturation process. This is really a learning process that teaches individuals what is appropriate and acceptable behavior and thinking and what is inappropriate and unacceptable. This socialization...

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According to Russell Neuman (1982), ninety-eight percent of American homes had a television in the early 1980s. The television set was on an average of 7 hours a day, and the average adult spent four hours watching television (Neuman, 1982). Image the impact of television on the average household during...

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The specific public-media produced website that I have chosen is NewsWorks.org, which is affiliated with local Philadelphia radio station WHYY. NewsWorks.org bills itself as, “News and conversation for Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Delaware”. History and Production A search for the history of NewsWorks failed to turn up a detailed...

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Using social media for public health communication allows for any public health organization to reach a variety of audiences, particularly younger generations, with opportunities to learn, remain aware of health crises and trends in healthcare, as well as different ways to improve and maintain individual health. Many health-oriented organizations, such...

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Islamic feminism is a recent concept fueled by a new movement coming from within the religion itself. In the past, discussions of feminism in the context of Islam have focused on the juxtaposition of these two forces. Put more simply, people who discussed feminism and Islam in the past have...

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The study summarized the vote of Hispanics being influenced by non-partisan Spanish language radio campaigns, on the case of the elections of congress in 2006. The Hispanic voters are crucial for campaigns as they constitute 16 percent of the total population. The scholars claimed that political campaign in the past...

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The overall trend of the media for the past fifty years has made voices be heard across the world and the same pattern in expected to increase into the future. For the past couple of years, people were constrained from expressing their views and opinion regarding the issues that affect...

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The number of media available to the average consumer has vastly multiplied in recent years to the extent that most of us carry one around with us every day. Our smartphones, tablets and laptops can go with us wherever we go and can keep us up to date on just...

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Media plays a direct role in today's society. Many publications notify the public of current affairs that are important to the community. The media has the responsibility of informing the public about criminal acts. However, the media also has an influence on the types of behaviors that prevail in the...

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