Communication in Society
Communication in Society COMM 200
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Date Created: 09/21/15
Comm 200 Announcements III Quiz 6 closes on TUESDAY NIGHT at 10pm Extra Credit Opportunities III 20 minute survey 5 I Take survey in person next week just walk in l Details Posted on Carmen III Wednesday February 24th I 900am to noon 3180 Derby Ha Extra Credit Opportunities 1 III You are invited to participate in a research session with two parts I Questionnaire I Watch an Oscar Winning Movie shortened III The sessions will be held at Derby Hall Room 3180 between Feb 22 and March 12 and take about 50 min III SignUp at Link on Carmen Website Media Theories History of Media Effects Theory Uses and GratificationsMood Management History of Media Effects Theory History of Media Effects Theories Four Historical Phases of Theory Phase 1 Powerful and Uniform Wartime Propaganda The effects of movies The Influence of Radio Evaluating the effect Phase II Selective and Limited Effects Two Important Studies Two Important Studies The TwoStep Flow of Communication Phase III MixedContingent Effects Phase III MixedContingent Effects Power of Television Phase 4 Constructivism Summary of Media Effects McLeod and Reeves Media Effects Uses and GratificationsMood Management Uses and Gratifications 5 Primary Assumptions 5 Primary Assumptions cont Reasons Why People Use Media Importance of UampG Consequences of Time Spent With Media Criticisms of UampG Mood Management Theory Using the media to regulate excitation Using the Media to Manage Anger Using the Media to Manage Anger
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