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Public Media: Newsworks.org

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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Public Health Communication via Social Media

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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Media and radio in the United States of America

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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Media Art

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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Detecting Media Bias

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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Violence in the Media

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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Media Analysis Paper

There is a proliferation of research today which suggests that mass media, and particularly images used in advertising, suggest that for a woman to be "attractive" it is necessary to be skinny, tall, and usually fair-skinned, with "tubular" bodies and fair hair dominating advertising imagery (Dittmar and Howard, 2004). This...

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Violent Media

The role that media plays in the socialization process is difficult to overestimate, especially given the increasing importance of Internet in the life of society. Our desires and attitudes are ‘created’ inside of our heads by media producers who are skilled in manipulating our thoughts. Gerard Jones uses the word...

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Pros and Cons of Social Media

It is quite true that use of social media in many fields remains to be a highly contradictory issue. Particularly it is controversial in the aspect of interpersonal communication. On the one hand, as remarked by Fogelson et al (2013), social media provide unique opportunities of communication to the people,...

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Media consumption

From our class readings and my individual research studies, I agree that popular culture is “merely entertainment” because it is comprised of a number of agreed elements or principles that are crucial aspects of our contemporary lives (Cullen, 2013). Hence, depending on people who are defining popular culture and then...

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MFA Photomedia Application Essay

I grew up on a stretch of the I-5 corridor in Oregon, staring out the backseat window, shuffling from one parent to the next. Every other weekend, I made the scenic trek from Douglas to Lane County, losing myself in the passing landscape. I have always been a quiet observer,...

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Accessing Media

Mass media is all around us in different forms, yet how much of it can we trust is actually give us reliable information? The focus of this essay is on how to obtain trustworthy and reliable sources of news from mass media, including the internet and TV. The vast scope...

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The Role Of Social Media

Over time, I befriended with one of my classmates named Mohammad who is particularly interested in information technologies and social media issues. I interviewed him on his perceptions and reflections on the phenomenon of social media and its effects on our life. My first question to Mohammad concerned the nature...

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Media in Society

The two metaphors described in the Media in Society text (2012) that best describe the current news media are media as interloper and media as information. Media as interloper refers to a perception of the news media as coming from a source that seems either out of touch, or does...

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Media Ownership

The media is one of the most powerful and influential institutions in the United States. While the public rates the media rather poorly and says that it�s biased in its reporting, the media still influences the public by a wide margin (Easley, 2017). The media doesn�t need to be well-liked...

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Media Content Analysis

The controversial topic I selected was sexism, which was chosen because I believe it is prevalent in numerous social issues, and potentially affects half of the human race. The information I after reviewing the Mediawatch site is that sexism is both direct and indirect, and it can be seen in...

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Media and Information

The media has a significant influence on the public and their intake of information, thereby empowering its members to take a variety of positions regarding its dissemination, including factual and false claims regarding products and services. On Facebook, for instance, information can spread quickly and assume a life of its...

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Cultural Media Perspective

The 1960’s were a turbulent time in American history. The United States had experienced new prosperity in the 1950s, after World War II, with a booming economy and the emergence of suburbia. However, with the Cold War and the possibility of nuclear war hanging over our heads, our increasing involvement...

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Media Watch

The issue of who should be required to cover the cost of contraceptive provision highlights the ways in which political philosophy can shape health care policy and practice. In examining three media articles covering the Supreme Court’s ruling on this issue with regard to two companies – Hobby Lobby and...

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