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Presence of Media Bias Essay

… To refer back to the first question asked, I would say that when considering and limiting the scope of the argument to local and national news in the United States broadcast on basic, non-cable channels, the answer is yes. These programs and stations are out of control with regard to displays and demonstrations of bias. I do not personally watch "regular" news that often because it is deeply depressing and staggering. Most of the stories are about horrific crimes and tragedies; often a series of these kinds of stories are shown in a row -- one after another of some terrible accident, horrendous crime, or lack of justice in the world. It is unbearable. Many stations cast white anchors as leads with limited ethnic cast…. [read more]


Media Worlds Term Paper

… Media Coverage of the 2012 Presidential Election

The diverse and sometimes ugly stories, attacks and sundry reports that have been published in print and broadcast in the media (including electronic media) thus far in the 2012 U.S. Presidential Election campaign reflect just how divided the nation is. These stories and ads in fact say as much about the sorry moral state of America -- and about how out-of-control the issue of politically motivated money is -- as they do about the campaign or the candidates. It is the opinion of this writer that there has rarely been a time in recent American history when conservatives and progressives have been so bitterly divided, and have attacked one another with such meanness and fierce antipathy -- in…. [read more]


New Media Implications the Improvement Essay

… Others view them as heroes that are fettering out the facts and figures that the established news media does not want others to see. Whether one views them as legitimate news makers or just part of the audience that is just stirring things up can vary, but this obviously is an example of the lines between audience and newsmakers blurring significantly.

To zoom back out a little in terms of new media vs. The older established media, there has been a media war underway between "old media" and "new media" outlets and there are many real-world examples of this that are readily findable in research. One example of this was when the established media was accused in 2012 of being anti-Israel, almost to the point…. [read more]


Media Bias in the International Media People Thesis

… Media Bias

Bias in the International Media

People all over the world depend on news agencies to find out what is happening in the world around them. Humans are curious by nature and like to know what others are doing. They depend on news agencies to provide them with the information that they seek. They expect that information to be true and as honest as possible. Standards dictate that good journalism presents both sides of a story and digs for the roots of the situation. It does not favor one side or the other and presents the facts in a fair manner. However, the question asked of every reader is if these goals are achieved.

The following will look at two of the most well…. [read more]


Media Violence Term Paper

… Media Violence

The American Psychiatric Association exclaims, "The debate is over. Over the last three decades, the one overriding finding in research on the mass media is that exposure to media portrayals of violence increases aggressive behavior in children." In addition to the correlation between exposure to violent media and aggressive behavior, the APA asserts: "that exposure to depictions of violence causes desensitization and creates a climate of fear." However, causation is difficult to ascertain, as sociological and psychological studies in the area of media violence can generally only suggest correlation, not causation. Nevertheless, children are exposed to countless violent imagery, imagery that has become increasingly realistic over the past several years due to advancements in technology. Not only do movies and television shows glorify…. [read more]


Media Ownership Term Paper

… The journalists and station managers in the local Fox TV affiliate are producing less and less of the news segments seen in Madison's Fox channel. Instead, these news and commentary segments are produced in "NewsCentral," a centralized communications production station operated by Sinclair. The same news segments and commentaries are piped to all the local affiliates, from Madison, Wisconsin to Flint, Michigan to Rochester, NY (Schmelzer).

Proponents of the NewsCentral approach argue that this is an efficient way to bring news coverage into local markets which would not otherwise be able to support its own news channels. However, it also has another effect. First, as Schmelzer points out, there is the danger that news that is important to the local communities will not get covered.…. [read more]


Partisanship of the News Media Research Paper

… Partisanship of the News Media and Its Effect on the Last 25 Years of United States History

Media Impact & Partisanship

In the 21st century, there has been a particular development on the media front, and which has completely changed the outlook of media towards political factions (Merriam-Webster). The act of partisanship has been on the rise and media houses tend to share this particular emotion with each other. Partisanship refers to the emotion or feeling of a particular type, which is developed without any instigation and is carried without taking into consideration the flipside or other options. Talking about media, they often carry a particular type of thought for a particular political party, and this thought is then transferred towards the audience through their…. [read more]


Media Violence and Violent Behavior Thesis

… Media Violence and Violent Behavior

The notion that violent media -- especially violent film, television, and video games -- plays a role in contributing to violent and criminal behavior in children and youths of all ages is an idea that has long been a topic of controversial discourse. Is there a link between media violence and violent or criminal behavior? Huesemann and Moise (1996), authors of "Media violence: Demonstrated public health threat to children," posit that there is absolutely a direct correlation between violent media exposure and violent and/or criminal behavior in children and youths. They make a strong case for their position by using examples from over 100 studies that have taken place over the last 40 years -- all around the globe. America…. [read more]


Media Reaction One of the Best Movies Reaction Paper

… Media Reaction

One of the best movies on diversity is "Guess who's coming to dinner." Though more than 40 years old, this movie depicts the subject of diversity in more meaningful way than any other movie I have seen since. The movie has one clear message: "America has more than one skin color and its time we accepted and embraced this truth."

The storyline may appear simple from viewpoint of a new viewer, but 40 years ago, it was a considered a very bold topic. Interestingly despite the 40-year gap, this is one drama that doesn't appear dated in any sense of the word. The issue of diversity is still as burning a subject as it has been then; only then it was a more…. [read more]


Women and Gender Bias Thesis

… Women and Gender Bias

The purpose of the present paper is to discuss the implications of gender bias and the consequences of Affirmative Action. To be more specific, we will describe the effects which Affirmative action has on women and the principles for moving towards the equality of men.

Right from the beginning we could ask ourselves, taking into consideration the implications of Affirmative Action, the main principle under analysis, whether there is a clear understanding of it, as far as the roles and goals of women are concerned. Trying to answer this question will represent an important part of the paper.

Next, the Affirmative Action programs will be taken into consideration- with both their strengths and weaknesses, pros and cons. The third part of…. [read more]


Representation of Women Through Media Thesis

… However, some prime-television showed that only 3% of women were represented as homemakers. Some British television ads by Guy Cumberbatch portrayed men cooking often than women. This was the effect of the feminist era, which made advertisers reluctant in portraying women doing housework. The Harper's Bazar magazine printed an article, "Basket-Ball for Young Women," promoted basketball as an important sport for college women. This article did not suggest that women were incapable of playing basketball; rather it showed that women had equal chances to women in sports (White 2009).

Evidence of continued patriarchy in the media

Depiction of women in the print media

Women who left their careers in pursuit of full-time mothering generated substantial media attention. This saw to publication of articles since the…. [read more]


Social Media/Workplace Conflict Every Day Term Paper

… A company cannot, for example, fire an employee for making disparaging remarks on Facebook about a supervisor. Employees, on the other hand, cannot successfully sue employers without proving there was harm done when an employer accessed a public social media account.

The use of social media in the workplace is evolving. Organizations have not kept pace with technology in terms of developing policies and guidelines for use in both professional and personal arenas. As a result, conflicts in the workplace ensue. A number of conflicts will reach the litigation stage which, though painful for those directly involved, will be useful in creating structure under which future social media use will be governed. The goal is not to facilitate conflict between employers and employees but to…. [read more]


Cross-Media Response to Digital Manipulation Term Paper

… Furthermore, the implicit boast that Gladney "has won numerous awards for his newspaper writing and reporting" while serving "on the editorial board of Mass Communication and Society, the official journal of the Mass Communication and Society Division of the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication" suggests a lasting loyalty to the medium of print media which should be noted when considering any findings derived from his comparison of the respective ethics of newspaper photo editors and television news directors. Indeed, Gladney and Ehrlich's unfounded assertion that "TV newspeople may view questions related to it differently than print people, who are more accustomed to its usage and have had more time to address the ethical implications and form appropriate responses" (Gladney and Ehrlich 500)…. [read more]


Social Media in Healthcare Organizations Essay

… Ensuring that the articles and comments that the organization makes are always relevant and interesting may prove difficult to maintain. The time it takes for one to start seeing the benefits of social media is long. Thus, the ROI takes longer to be achieved. There is no guarantee that the posts the organization makes will always elicit positive feedback. There are times when the opposite might occur as all post are open to criticism. There is also a likelihood of ruining the organization's name if social media is used clumsily as this might lead to public backlash. Having more than one person handling the social media for the organization can also create a mix up in the tone and phraseology of the messages posted.

Utilizing…. [read more]


Media Literacy Research Proposal

… ¶ … Media Literacy

Most scholars believe that while the modern era has brought with it unprecedented growth and development in the technology sector; it has also dramatically shifted the power center from the governments to the multinationals. These corporations are increasing their control over the world resources and concurrently strengthening their grip over the system. At the same time, manufacturing and production in the developing countries is shifting away from high-volume to high-quality outputs. The labors in turn are being asked to be multi-skilled and highly productive. Such demands have forced the status quo to review current status of the education system and modify it to the needs of modern times. Knobel (2001) writes,

Schools have a significant role to play in embracing and…. [read more]


Mass Media and Politics Term Paper

… The Commission also referred to the three major and crucial responsibilities of the press that are central to its political role-- to provide true and undistorted information, educate the public to make them capable of self-government, and to serve as a watchdog on government. Another function of the press is to represent the various segments of the society as they are represented in the public life.

Thus, independent, and critical functioning of the media is essential to an informed democracy. However, in this regard, America presents a very uninspiring scenario. With U.S. media channels being owned and operated by profit oriented corporations and backed by corporate advertisers, independent and unbiased journalism is incongruously compromised. The effect is visible is democratic decision making, in that the…. [read more]


Media and Cultural Studies Term Paper

… Propaganda Model

Sociological Sense in Hermann and Chomsky's "A Propaganda Model"

In "A Propaganda Model" by Edward Hermann and Noam Chomsky, the authors outline the functions of the mass media, as well as the five filters that affect media coverage. According to Hermann and Chomsky, the function of mass media is to instill values and a code of behavior into individuals so that they man be integrated into larger society. In order to do this, even with varying class interested, is through "systematic propaganda" (257). That propaganda does not so much create the news as it filters out news that does not fit the model. The five filters suggested work to weed out unsuitable articles, even (and especially) in a democratic and competing media systems…. [read more]


Media Literacy Educators in the 21st Century Article Critique

… Media Literacy

Educators in the 21st century face a host of revolutionary challenges related to emerging technologies, to the overwhelming presence of multiple forms of media, and to demographic and social change. Information technologies including the Internet, coupled with increasing cultural diversity, are two factors especially transforming pedagogical realities in the United States. Therefore, Douglas Kellner's Educational Theory article entitled "Multiple Literacies and Critical Pedagogy in a Multicultural Society" is an indispensable reference for modern educational professionals. As public schools and universities integrate information technologies and new media into their classrooms, the need for media literacy grows. Kellner's article presents the author's own opinions regarding the best means of promoting media literacy, critical pedagogy, and multicultural awareness. The author also offers a rich reading list…. [read more]


Social Media Thesis

… In these contexts, direct communication between disputants that explicitly addresses the issues at stake in the conflict can be perceived as very rude, making the conflict worse and delaying resolution. Rather, it can make sense to involve religious, tribal or community leaders, communicate difficult truths indirectly through a third party, and make suggestions through stories (Augsberger, 1992).

Intercultural conflicts are often the most difficult to resolve because the expectations of the disputants can be very different, and there is much occasion for misunderstanding. This is where the global and multicultural nature of social media is seen as a common ground for arbitration and conflict resolution. The use of social media or social networks for resolving conflicts has yet to be empirically researched and evaluated from…. [read more]


Peer and Media Influences to the Development Article Critique

… ¶ … Peer and Media Influences to the Development of Purging Behaviors Among Preadolescent and Adolescent Girls by Field et al. discusses the relationship between the two factors (peers and media) on whether or not young girls will development purging habits in order to look like women they see on television, magazines and other popular media outlets. The author's reason for conducting the study was to find out more about how these young girls develop poor body images which lead to poor eating habits. It appears that the results of this study could be used for further study in the prevention of the causes of eating disorders among your girls.

The study consisted of selecting the daughters of women between the ages of nine (9)…. [read more]


Blog Reaction: Alterman, Eric. "What Liberal Media? Research Proposal

… Blog

Reaction:

Alterman, Eric. "What liberal media?" February 6, 2003. November 1, 2009



The cliche that the media has a liberal bias runs so deep that an entire, openly biased news network has used it as a clever marketing technique: Fox News has made its slogan "fair and balanced" despite the fact that it is entirely populated with right-wing pundits like Bill O'Reilly, with the only occasional token liberal to fan conservative flames of outrage on air. Even liberals often do not argue against this premise that the media has a liberal bias, despite the presence of such pundits as George Will, Pat Buchanan, Charles Krauthammer, and of course Bill O'Reilly in print and on air. The mere existence of a liberal is decried…. [read more]


Social Media Marketing in Serbian Tourism Industry Thesis

… To help the industry achieve this aim, strategic marketing plays a substantial role. While there are various components of this strategy, the one that stands out in the Digital Era is the use of social media. How do travelers to Serbia use social media to plan their trips? How do organizations in the tourism industry use social media to appeal to consumers? Understanding the way in which these two groups view the phenomenon of social media usage can help to enable a deeper understanding of how social media can be used as a component in Serbian tourism's market strategy as well as the marketing strategy of tourist and hospitality organizations around the world.



To date, some organizations within the tourism industry are…. [read more]


Social Media and Technology Essay

… , 2006; Anderson & Emmers-Sommer, 2006). It is a widely accepted fact that one would only desire to stay in a relationship indefinitely if they are deriving the satisfaction they expected to derive from it. Towards this end, a person's level of commitment to their relationship is essentially the measure of satisfaction they derive from it. Sidelinger, et al. (2006) express that one's commitment could be measured by the level of investment they make in the relationship, and their perception of the quality of alternative relationships. Towards this end, higher commitment is signaled by one perceiving his/her relationship as superior to alternative relationships, ignoring attractive alternative relationships, and being willing to sacrifice for the relationship, accommodate the other party, and make high investments in the…. [read more]


Social Media: Impact on Youth Essay

… So-called minorities currently represented in social media include Stanford Smith, Shama Kabani and Rohit Bhargava. Check them out and check into what you've been missing if you haven't already (Sutton, 2011).

Conclusion

One can only conclude looking at the evidence that there is indeed a large majority of diversity in many circles among African-Americans, Latinos, and Asians using social media as a tool for networking, ethical decision making, and social justice. This will likely continue into the 21st Century as technology continues to influence the educational and business sectors, as well as entertainment and modern society generally.

References:

Brown, Danny. (2011). Social Media -- It's Not Just for White Folks. Retrieved July 15,

2011: http://dannybrown.me/2011/03/26/social-media-diversity-culture/

Chelladurai, P. (1987). Multidimensionality and multiple perspectives of organizational effectiveness.…. [read more]


Presence of Multiple Views and Voices Term Paper

… ¶ … presence of multiple views and voices that includes mainly lay voices and to examine its interactions. (Eysenbach; Till, 2001) From a variety of resources, Marie Hoepfl tries to explain the important characteristic of qualitative research as that: Qualitative research uses the natural setting as the source of data. The researcher tries to study, explain and infer settings as they are, upholding an caring impartiality; the researcher behaves as the human instrument of data collection; Qualitative researchers mainly use inductive data analysis; Qualitative research reports are narrative, containing dramatic language and the existence of voice in the text; Qualitative research has an deducing character, intended at finding out the significance events have for the individuals who undergo them, and the inferences of those meanings…. [read more]


Social Media the Exponential Growth Thesis

… Social Media

The exponential growth of the Internet has created an astronomical number of options for communication, connectivity, entertainment and knowledge attainment, right at the fingertips of any connected individual. One of the most important functions of the internet is that it creates a virtual world where interaction is possible, be it to seek obscure messages or not so obscure pastime opportunities within the confines of ones own home. The stress of this function is that without leaving home an individual, theoretically could live nearly their entire life. This as a theory has both positive and negative outcomes, many of which are yet to be realized and/or studied from a sociological and/or psychological perspective.

The foundations of social media networking sites, like facebook, twitter, youtube…. [read more]


Mass Media and Society Research Proposal

… Canada's Mission In Afghanistan

The goal of Canada's mission in Afghanistan can be summed up in one word -- security. With turmoil in the Middle East, Canada, as well as the rest of the Western world, is in danger. The conditions in Afghanistan are the perfect breeding ground for terrorists who would like to see nothing more than for the Western world to be brought to its knees. Whether this would be a strike against Christianity, capitalism, or perhaps it is simply a hatred that has been so inbred that, like the Hatfields and the McCoys, they simply hate because that is what their father before them felt, is left to be seen. No matter what the motivation, one thing is certain, as it stands,…. [read more]


Role of Media in Vietnam Research Proposal

… This publication is the veteran's oral historical experience of the Vietnam War who was not directly involved in the war. Besides them, author has also conducted various interviews from veterans who were directly involved in the war. Print media has also contributed to a large extend on exposing the realities of Vietnam War and contributing towards the idea of educating common man about the harsh realities f life. Media of any sort can never be overly relied as it can portray distorted picture and bias our opinion. However, it's the best source of getting information relating to our surroundings. First hand information through interviews is comparatively most reliable source of information and can be relied to longer extend then mere projections and ideas.

Interviews with…. [read more]


Beauty Shaping Up to Fit Term Paper

… [Author not available, 2003(b)] A psychological study in 1995 found that three minutes spent looking at models in a fashion magazine caused 70% of women to feel depressed, guilt and shameful. These statistics support his argument and mine. Eric Stice at the University of Texas, Austin argues that due to the media "Most of us...think dieting is going to keep us thin, but there's never been a single study to date that has found that dieting as commonly practiced in the real world leads to weight loss."[Author not available, 2003(b)] Not only are the myths cultivated by the media exposed but the author gives innovative ideas on how to counter their effects practically through reassurance of the natural diversity in body shapes and sizes and…. [read more]

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