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Media Institutions and Audiences

Key Concepts in Media Studies

by Nick Lacey

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  • 5 Currently reading

Published by Palgrave Macmillan .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Media Studies,
  • Media, information & communication industries,
  • Social Science,
  • Sociology,
  • Performing Arts/Dance,
  • Mass Media - General,
  • Popular Culture - General,
  • Social Science / Popular Culture,
  • Audiences,
  • Mass Media

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages248
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9309018M
    ISBN 100333658698
    ISBN 109780333658697

    One aspect of this type of gratification is known as value reinforcement. When we look to a near-future college-age population that will be notably smaller, poorer and less white than prior generations, the need to renew the compact seems crystal clear. This should be accompanied by study of the impact of DAB and internet broadcasting on radio production practices, marketing and audience consumption. Holly Fairbrother DES Recall that earlier we discussed the gatekeeping function of mass media through which reporters, editors, executives, and advertisers influence what content and how much of it makes it to audiences. Personal computers allowed amateurs and hobbyists to create new computer programs that they could circulate on discs or perhaps through early Internet connections.

    The book provides several cases studies of successful audience participation across socially motivated projects. Twenty-first-century audiences are creating their own distribution systems without mediation from institutions or companies. While a telegraph went to one person, Olympian Michael Phelps can send a tweet instantly to 1. Saudi Arabia has taken a more targeted approach by blocking the accounts of two prominent human rights activists.

    This further creates the spiral of silence effect. Many are finding it harder to separate the merit that universities certify from inherited privilege. Content Filtering and Surveillance Research shows that Internet content filtering is increasing as new technologies allow governments and other entities to effectively target and block Internet users from accessing undesirable information. For example, television and radio have long been key technology features in the home. In short, as in our offline lives, we are judged online by the company we keep. A: The idea came out of our frustration with repeated declarations of a crisis in the humanities.


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Media Institutions and Audiences book

Children and adolescents, considered vulnerable media consumers, are often the target of these studies. How do you personalize the media that you use? For example, while portable radios had been around for years, the Walkman allowed people to listen to any cassette tape they owned instead of having to listen to whatever the radio station played.

The profile owner is also judged as more socially attractive likable, friendly when his or her friends are judged as physically attractive.

Although people may think they are multitasking and accessing different media outlets, they may not be. Unlike most media products that are tightly copyrighted and closely monitored by the companies that create them, open source publishing and crowdsourcing increase the democratizing potential of new media.

We behave differently because we are different people from different backgrounds with many different attitudes, values, experiences and ideas. Second, this theory came into existence when the availability and dominance of media was far less widespread.

A recent national survey found that young people, aged fifteen to twenty-five, are using new media to engage with peers on political issues. Key to new media is the notion of technological convergence. This suggested advertisers had power over audiences. This type of open access and free collaboration helps encourage participation and improve creativity through the synergy created by bringing together different perspectives and has been referred to as the biggest shift in innovation since the Industrial Revolution.

What do you think of this theory? Being less shocked by violence, the audience may then be more likely to behave violently. Why do you think that is? This book suggested that advertisers were able to manipulate audiences and persuade them to buy things they may not want to buy.

Identify positive and negative impacts of new media on our interpersonal relationships. Blogs were the earliest manifestation of Web 2. Other terms used include digital media, online media, social media, and personal media.

The growth of open source publishing and creative commons licensing also presents a challenge to traditional media outlets and corporations and copyrights. These citizen journalists look for stories or information that will be relevant to their often smaller more niche audiences.

Blocking software can now also limit access to translation sites, which a person could use to get around the filtering since most of the information that is blocked is in the native language s of the country. At the request of the Chinese government, Yahoo!

This multiplatform compatibility has never existed before, as each type of media had a corresponding platform. When I first started teaching, we rolled a camcorder into the classroom on speech days and each student brought his or her own VCR tape to class and would pop it in, hit record, do the speech, and then pop it out.

In other words, users with intention or not develop their own media use effects.Unique in approach, the text focus on how to do media research across three key strands – audiences, institutions and texts –and critically assesses a wide range of methods, addressing why they are appropriate or useful in certain scenarios.

Written by two experts with a wealth of experience between them in teaching research methods and skills, this excellent resource explains complex methods in a Brand: Ina Bertrand.

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Feb 28,  · Leaving aside public service broadcasting for the moment, a lot of information captured about audiences, and indeed the language we used to describe audiences, came from marketers and program buyers, who determined which mass media texts made it into general circulation based on what kind of audience it would attract (children, housewives Author: mediatexthack.

This theory sees audiences as playing an active rather than passive role in relation to mass media. One strand of research focuses on the audiences and how they interact with media; the other strand of research focuses on those who produce the media, particularly the news.