Impact On Mass Media

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.Introduction: mass media
The mass media are diversified media technologies that are intended to reach a large audience by mass communication. The technologies through which this communication takes place varies. Broadcast media such as radio, recorded music, film and television transmit their information electronically. Print media use a physical object such as a newspaper, book, pamphlet or comics to distribute their information. Outdoor media are a form of mass media that comprises billboards, signs, or placards placed inside and outside of commercial buildings, sports stadiums, shops, and buses. Other outdoor media include flying billboards (signs in tow of airplanes), blimps, skywriting, and AR Advertising. Public speaking and event
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• "[I]nformation distribution" - a "one to many" form of communication, whereby products are mass-produced and disseminated to a great quantity of audiences

.Influence of media on society:
Yes, that's what the media is for.

The media is designed to tell the public what to think about world issues and stories that affect a significant portion of society. From news to television shows and movies, an image of what the world should supposedly be like is implanted into the subconscious mind of the viewer. Media definitely has a hand in how people view their communities, as well as local and national politics

12 theories were discussed by different philosophers from which an individual can know more about media
1) Knowledge gap theory :
Why do some people have more knowledge than other ? Maybe it could be financial status; some classes have more access to media than the poor ones so the gap is increasing.
2) Media richness theory :
How can you know that a certain media richer than others? What’s a richer a video, a phone call, or email? In a video you can the person’s facial expressions so now you can discover his own personality from his gestures
3) Cultivation theory
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Influence of mass media on teenagers due to many examples I would love to talk about Britney spears and how media send a bad message about her to the audience, however they found it hard so their attitudes were changed.

Singer, songwriter and actress Britney Spears was born on December 2, 1981, in Kentwood, Louisiana. She began performing on the TV show The All New Mickey Mouse Club when she was 11 years old. Not long after, Spears began gaining fame as a pop artist. In January 1999, her song "Baby One More Time" reached the top of the pop charts. Spears have since been one of the most successful—and sometimes controversial—solo acts in pop music. Additionally, in 2012, she began appearing as a judge on the popular singing-competition show The X Factor.
As I mention people were looking at Britney the innocent lovely girl at Mickey Mouse club (mmc) at Disney
Where Britney released her new music video after leaving Disney in 2001 it’s called slave for you that sounds weird since she was the lovely innocent girl then she released a video half naked all full of illuminate signs to attract people for sex addiction
Britney was acting a bit weird lately however she shaved her head and started dealing with

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