J201 Media and Society
J201 Media and Society
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Final Study Guide Chapters 1216 Chapter 12 Terms Public relations Press agents Publicity Deadheading Lobbyists Propaganda Press releases news releases Video news releases VNRs Public service announcements PSAs Pseudo event Lobbying Astroturf lobbying Stake holder Concepts History of Public Relations Two Major Types of Organizations Functions of Public Relations Tensions between PR and Press PR in a Democratic Society 7 Principles of PR Rogue Tweets Discussion Chapter 13 Terms News Newsworthy Ethnocentrism Responsible capitalism Small town pastoralism Individualism Con ict of interest Pack journalism Sound bit Public journalism Concepts Values of American Iournalism Ethics and News Media Reporting Rituals focusing on present relying on experts creating and balancing story con ict acting as adversaries Iournalism in the Age of TV and the Internet Iournalism in a Democratic Society Media Economics Major Media Corporations Media Ownership Chapter 14 Terms Authoritarian model State model Social responsibility model Fourth estate Libertarian model Prior restraint Copyright Public domain Libel Slander Actual malice Opinion and fair comment Right to privacy Gag orders Shield laws Section 315 Fairness Doctrine Concepts Four Models of What quotFree Expressionquot means First and Sixth Amendment Motion Picture Production Code The Rating System Evaluating dirty words indecent speech and fines Political broadcasts and equal opportunity Fairness Doctrine Communication policy and the Internet First Amendment in a Democratic Society Guest lecture from Francesco Chapter 15 Terms Monopoly Oligopoly Limited competition Direct payments Indirect payments Economies of scale Hegemony Synergy Cultural imperialism Concepts How media industries are structured How media companies operate Media companies formulating business strategies Media companies meeting performance criteria How internet is changing media companies and new challenges they39re facing Business trends in media industries Synergy Disney Social Issues and Media Economics Media marketplace in Democratic Society Global Media Film Wikirebels Chapter 16 Terms Social scientific research Cultural studies Propaganda analysis Pseudo polls Hypodermic needle magic bullet model Minimal effects limited effects model Selective exposure selective retention Uses and gratifications model Scientific method Hypotheses Experiments Random assignment Survey research Longitudinal studies Correlations Content analysis Social learning theory Agenda setting theory Cultivation effect theory The spiral of silence theory Third person effect theory Textual analysis Audience studies Political economy studies Concepts Four trends that contributed to the rise of modern media research Social Scientific Research Cultural Approaches to media research Media Research in a Democratic Society Readings Duhigg and Barboza Apple39s iPad and the Human Cost for Workers in China Eberspacher Going Up in Smoke Facts and Figures on E Waste and Recycling Anne Elizabeth Moore How to Make a Zine Zack Furness Alternative Media
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