Project #61639 - Media and Society

A) Does this list reflect your values? How? B) Do you feel that media's targeting of specific groups for specific content has had adverse effects or our society? Positive effects? Explain and cite examples.C) Considering the concept of the Digital Divide as you read in this week's readings, is it problematic that the internet is becoming driven by economic objectives? Explain your answer. D) After reading 21st Century Communication: A Reference Handbook: Chapter 62: Media Literacy, you read that "media education is a lifelong process." Give examples of times that you have become enlightend about media, resulting in increased media literacy. Or,if you have no personal examples discuss what situations might force media literacy.  Please comment on at least 3 of your classmates' postings with questions or thoughtful, respectful, thorough responses

 

 

 

Print Media, answer the following questions regarding reporting: A) What variables about news-gathering are beyond the control of reporters and editors but nonetheless affect what people read, hear and see? B) How are journalists captives of the personal values and biases they bring to their work? Provide an example of this through a video clip or story? C) After reading "Encyclopedia of Emerging Industries: Blogging" provide a "large scale" example of when blogging became problematic and one when blogging actually helped solve a problem. 

 

Broadcast Media, answer the following prompts in regard to broadcast media. Be sure to reference material from your textbook to validate your points. A) Is there any value left in the big-screen movie experience? B) Will online streaming video overtake the other motion-medias? Why or why not? C) How can broadcast television change to remain competitive and can you cite any examples of programming changes that they have made to do so already? How does "free content" in television play into this? D) After reading "21st Century Commuication: A Reference Handbook: Chapter 96: Radio and Television Programming," explain how cable TV was instrumental in leading to greater demassification (look it up if you don't know what it means) of media content. 

Subject English
Due By (Pacific Time) 03/13/2015 12:00 am
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