Media and the Public pt. 2 (COMM 214)
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Date Created: 04/17/16
BOWLING ALONE Robert Putnam (2000) Trends Increased Individual Content Private Consumption Increased Leisure Activity Declining Informational Media Implications Diminished Communication Heightened Lethargy (not going out) Reduced Social Capital *social capital financial metaphor for relationships. more relationships you have, more social wealth you possess ~weak ties & strong ties are equally important ~Putnam says we’re losing out on both Declining Civic Engagement *civic engagement active participation in community events *a decline in social capital leads to a decline in civic engagement FREEDOM OF EXPRESSION • Prior Restraint = someone must first review the content to determine it’s suitable for the public • this has led to people censoring themselves beforehand so they aren’t bothered by the public The First Amendment Speech Press Religion Assembly Petition *the system says we need to protect the people’s right to express themselves Unprotected Expression Libel / Slander *libel a published false statement that is damaging to a person's reputation; a written defamation Obscenity *goes against values and morals *definition shifts throughout the years Privacy Sedition *clear and present danger Copyright Infringement *Public Domain *Fair Use : can argue that their usage for the copyrighted material is fair (ex: education) Copyright Act 1790 *only given the rights for 14 years Now *it’s yours for your lifetime + 70 years *ability to be renewed essentially forever “Your rights end where some one else’s begin”
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