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Mass Communication Is Mediated
A look at how mass communication has become politically divided and mediated.
# 124211 | 750 words | 3 sources | MLA | 2008 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2008 in Communication (Mass Media) , Computer and Technology (Internet)

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The paper offers some reasons why mass communication- as far as the mass media is concerned- is definitely mediated, often edited or owned by people with specific political or social leanings that affect their commentary and programming and staffs. The paper discusses how the Internet seems fairly free of such mediation.

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"The very idea of mass communication has changed. In ancient times, it was a town crier. When the printing press came about and books and newspapers were established, that was the way people learned not only to read but to comment. Then along came radio with instant news from all over the world, and finally the innovation of Television and the Internet. What has occurred to mass communication lately is that it has become politically divided and thus more mediated than ever. There..."

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