Media is a very powerful and influential tool, it has the power to alter our thoughts, opinions and beliefs. Media can be bias and can manipulate us and block’s us to see the reality. We tend to believe everything we see on our favorite TV shows, Movies or in the news. Media can influence people in both positive and negative ways. It can either help a person be more aware of different viewpoints and perspectives and encourages them to be broad minded or it can make people bias and less tolerant of others due to the misrepresentation of certain groups of people, as they tend to blindly believe everything they watch on TV shows or Movies.
There are many people who look up to celebrities and see them as role models. Celebrities are not good role models because they don’t use their social media the right way, they give out the impression that money buys happiness, and they are presented to the world in an unrealistic way. Firstly, celebrities use social media and put out controversial content. The content they post gets a lot of attention due to the inappropriate message
And also can encourage and promote the art development. But it also have some disadvantages, like it will cause some other painter that already have some fame get not fair. The very property example is Jackson pollock, the reason why he can get a lot of fame, one of the most important reason is that his painting be sale extremely high price, can be called the most expensive painting in the world. But at first, abstract expressionism is not popular, people even do not know about that. It also because government spend a lot of money to purchase this, and let abstract expressionism get famous.
IDEO’s most significant weakness centres around the fact that IDEO is spread across many different sectors of the economy, as seen above through a partial list of clients, as well as across several continents, as seen above through the list of office locations. While there is strength in diversification, the lack of focus and extremely broad approach can also be a weakness if resources are spread too thin or the company branches out too far beyond its core competencies. While IDEO has done a remarkable job in scaling its culture of creativity and innovation and reframing its business strategies to support a significantly larger multinational company, there have been growing pains and leadership must be aware of the issues in order to continue to nurture a healthy
The program does, for the most part, gives relative information to the public. On the other hand, the way the program broadcasts and displays the story’s can be very alarming and exaggerated. While watching the first minute of the program, the viewer will instantly be drawn in because of a very persuasive voice over that goes along with many visual graphics. This can be dangerous because it leads the viewer to expect and think something that may not be true. Larger soundbites are given to certain portions of the program and could persuade a viewer into believing and thinking one way when it could not be entirely true.
One of these negatives that has become an issue is that being able to constantly see what others are doing or what the new trend in American pop culture is, people constantly judge themselves based on what other people think or are doing at that moment. Anyone can get on social media and post something that can be hurtful to another person just because they want to bring someone down. People can no longer escape from others because the social media presence in this country has become so overwhelmingly important and sometimes addicting to people who cannot stray away from a screen. Another aspect of the negative effects that technology has had on American culture is the fact stated earlier that any answer or need can be found just a click away. Many people have asked, is technology making us stupid?
This is the negative effect of reality television on real life because makers of shows find different ways to attract more viewers by making real life seem more entertaining to watch. Directors and producers do this by using more drama, fake relationships, specific personalities that can make viewers at home believe that reality television is in fact
The wealthy will try and manipulate laws so that they won’t be taxed as much. Viewing this argument through Olsson’s article, give the reader a hint on how Wal-Mart deals with them being taxed. They find way to manipulate their employees in working extra time without paying them for those extra hours. This way if they don’t pay their employees those extra hours they won’t be taxed for it and even gain a profit as well. In the end the lower class will loss and not have a fighting chance against powerful retail company like