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Mass Media, Cultural Studies

This 3 page overview of mass media cultural studies summarizes the influenced of its most influential theorists, which are Hoggart, Williams, E.P. Thompson and Hall. Bibliography lists 4 sources.


This 17-page paper answers various questions concerning mass media. Bibliography lists 7 sources.

The Impact of the Media on Diplomacy

This 11 page paper considers the impact of the mass media on diplomacy, and looks at incidences that include the Gulf War and the war in Kosovo and how the media has shaped public perspectives and diplomacy. This paper also considers the recent actions by Jesse Jackson to gain the release of 3 American servicemen and the roll that the media played in this diplomatic effort. Bibliography lists 7 sources.

Considerations in Journalism

A 6 page investigation of some of ethical and technological considerations in journalism. The author describes the distinctions between the Kidder approach to ethics and the Potter Box. In addition, the inherent goodness and/or badness of technology is examined in relation to the electronic mass media. Bibliography lists 5 sources.

The Electronic Media, Our Body Image, and Violence

This 4 page paper contends that the media can shape us in sometimes negative ways. Examples are presented that suggests that it is the media that controls our ideas of what is considered attractive and that it is the media that is responsible for our increasing tendency towards violence. Bibliography lists 4 sources.

Popular Culture and Electronic Media

A 5 page paper which examines how electronic media has influenced popular culture. Bibliography lists 3 sources.

What is the Future of Books?: Advantages of Electronically Formatted Media

A 7 page contention that although books are a mainstay of both our academic and our personal lives, serving to enlighten us and to entertain us, they are quickly becoming an antiquity. The hard print world of books, magazines, and newsletters is quickly being replaced by the electronic world of computerized media. Just as the blackboard and inkwell have given way in the past to write-and-wipe boards and ball-point pens, the print medium is giving way to hypertext and palm readers. Indeed, books are soon to be a thing of our past. This paper uses the educational arena to demonstrate the superiority of electronically formatted media in comparison to traditional print media. Bibliography lists 5 sources.

Professionalism in Communication

This 3 page research paper reports on professional communication in regards to verbal, nonverbal, written and electronic media. Bibliography lists 3 sources.

A Question of Control: The Media in Europe Today

This 6 page paper examines the media in Europe and whether or not the EU should have control or the individual states should have final say. The tug of war between the two jurisdictions is highlighted. Some history of media in Europe is provided. Bibliography lists 5 sources.

The Influence of the Media in an Individual Life

This 5 page report discusses the current popular trends propagated by the electronic media and the ways such trends and the electronic media directly impact an individual's world view. Bibliography lists 4 sources.

Martin Luther King Jr. / The Impact of the Electronic Media

An 8 page overview of the importance of the electronic media in the life and accomplishments of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Asserts that Dr. King utilized both the media and timing to his advantage. Bibliography lists 6 sources.

Technology and Culture: The Electronic Media and Our Children

A 5 page overview of how the electronic media impacts our children. This paper focuses on the relationship between violent media content and violent electronic games and our children’s propensity to be violent. Bibliography lists 7 sources.

The Electronic Media: Possibilities for Misinformation and Misdirection

A 5 page assertion that the electronic media is one of the most influential entities of the modern world. This paper cautions, however, that while we are most definitely better informed about current world events as a result of television and radio, we are also subject to manipulation by the media. In many ways it could be said that we are being lulled into a sense of complacency by the glowing light and ever present hum of the electronic media. This light and sound does not necessarily inform in so much as it blinds and deafens us to the realities of world events. Bibliography lists 3 sources.

"Rabbit-Proof Fence" And "Storyteller" - Revealing And Overcoming Cultural Struggles

7 pages in length. Cultural oppression is a human ill that has run rampant since the first time man realized he could divide himself into separate groups and overrun those deemed different from the rest. The expansive boundaries of literature successfully incorporate the damning nature of cultural oppression as it strives to educate the masses to its complete and utter futility; "Rabbit-Proof Fence" and "Storyteller" are two examples where outer strength and inner fortitude serve to successfully overcome such stringent limitations. Bibliography lists 3 sources.

Argumentative Essay Opposing the Iraq War

In twelve pages this essay argues that the Iraq War has a negative economic impact, is ethically wrong, is taxing U.S. medical facilities, and agrees with the United Nations’ involvement regarding reduction and removal of weapons of mass destruction (WMDs) and supports the reduction of the U.S. armed forces in the Middle East. Six sources are listed in the bibliography.

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