Religion in the Media
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This paper examines religion in the media, discussing the media's bias toward religion, its coverage of religion, and religious media consumers. Richard Corliss's "The Gospel According to Spider-Man" is cited and analyzed.
From the Paper:"Americans are prodigious consumers of media. Many American households have the TV on from breakfast through bedtime, filling dead space with comforting sound babysitting their children and entertaining them when they are too tired to entertain themselves. The news media on television, radio and the Internet constitute most people's source for daily news and it is difficult for people to filter out opinion, innuendo pure conjecture and outright falsehood from what they see and hear in the media because they generally have no way..."
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Religion in the Media (2008, December 01) Retrieved September 25, 2023, from https://www.academon.com/research-paper/religion-in-the-media-122426/
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