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This 11 page Class Notes was uploaded by Mary Jo Davison Gould on Sunday August 14, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to at University of Texas at Austin taught by in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 7 views.


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Effects of News Media Presentation Tracy Webb Social Responsibility ● Covering all types of information ○ The amount of crime ○ Changes in Laws and Politics ○ Natural disasters and other news In What Way; Yes ● Main source of information ● Most believe their information ● Can cause damage if false ● Needs to be upfront In What Ways; No ● People should be independent ● Not required by law ● Freedom of speech ● Different opinions on importance Examples ● For Yes ○ Lady looks like a fool ○ New Law in place ● No ○ Kardashians vs. the election Role in Political Opinions ● Government Propaganda ● Multiple views ● Popularity battles ● Main source of information Example ● Trump V.S Hillary ○ Political battle through media ● WW2 propaganda ○ Political opinion of nations Transformed Journalism ● Faster deadlines ● Larger articles ● More things to cover ● At people’s fingertips Transformed News Consumptions ● Internet is a strong source ● Lifestyle preferences ● Hatred of news ● Is it actually consumed? Examples ● Millions of internet articles ○ So much knowledge, little time ● Media is ignored ○ Mostly by the youth Sources Effect of Media on Voting Behavior and Political Opinions in the United States. (n.d.). Retrieved July 05, 2016, from media-voting-behavior-and-political-opinions-united-states "The Media and Its Social Responsibility." The Viewspaper The Media and Its Social Responsibility Comments. N.p., n.d. Web. 05 July 2016.


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