Social Media Content Analysis

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COMM 225: ASSIGNMENT Contents I. TITLE OF THE PAPER: 1 II. INTRODUCTION 1 III. LITERATURE REVIEW 1 IV. METHODOLOGY 2 V. RESEARCH QUESTION 2 VI. THEORETICAL FRAMEWORK 2 VII. REFERENCES 3 I. TITLE OF THE PAPER: The Responsibility of Media II. INTRODUCTION Media plays an important role in covering various incidents that happen across the globe. They propagate news and essential information related to one part of the world to the other parts, so that each and every being is aware of what is happening in the current situation and how they can prepare themselves for any problems that might occur in future. Media is responsible for covering intricate facts and details about various happenings. Media plays an important role in reporting various updates…show more content…
Content Analysis, archival research, surveys, social role analysis, depth interviews and focus groups are methods which can clearly explain the role and responsibility of media. Content analysis is an exploration method that includes breaking down the substance of different types of media. Through substance investigation, scientists comprehend both the general population who made the substance and the general population who expended it. A common substance investigation extend does not require expound tests. Rather, it basically obliges access to the suitable media to break down, making this kind of research a simpler and modest contrasting option to different types of research including complex studies or human subjects. Social role analysis of the media includes looking at different people in the media and breaking down the sort of part that each plays. Part investigation research can consider the parts of men, ladies, kids, individuals from a racial minority, or individuals some other social gathering in particular sorts of media. Dissecting parts utilized as a part of media enables analysts to pick up a superior comprehension of the messages that the broad communications…show more content…
VI. THEORETICAL FRAMEWORK Media influence and interference in certain issues can be influential in both good and bad ways. [5][6] Various theories exist in today’s scenario which stress on the perspective of the role or influence of media. These theories are Limited-Effects theory, Class Dominant theory and Culturist Theory. Limited Effects theory states that the people who are more learned and experienced tend to get less affected by media while the common people are more influenced by media and media is an important factor in their decision making. Class-Dominant theory is the most relevant theory prevailing in today’s scenario. It means that most of the media outlets are controlled by a small part of the people which belong to the elite class. They modify and alter the necessary information according to their convenience and thus at times it harms the innocent
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