Media Audiences
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The article seeks to answer the question: What does an ethnographic approach to audience research involve? This paper sought to briefly discuss how this approach compares with other approaches to audience study and briefly outline the strengths and weaknesses of this approach in audience research.… This study looks into ethnography as a branch of anthropology…
Identifying Audiences
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The analysis of audience involves identification of the audience as well as adaptation of the speech to the audience’s interest, Attitudes, beliefs, and level of understanding as… Same as with most valuable tools, identification of audience could be used in excess. Adaptation of the speech to the audience is different from telling them what they exactly need…
Media Audiences
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The whole world is practically concentrating on one thing at a single time. An audience is in this sense is regarded as a mass rather than been taken as multiple individuals or still distinct sub-groups. This notion assumes media as a social… There is also the importance to differentiate between mass audiences that are broadcast to and the niche audiences…
Media Audiences
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The researcher states that the ideas about the audience dependency on technology have come under a range of studies and researches in the precious decades. The consequences of media exposure provides with the fact that the effect of media and technology on audience are diverse and wide-ranging.… The intention of this study is technology as one of the aspects…
Televison Audiences
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The media effects model of audience research and children. Introduction The nature of media research in reference to children and their viewing habits allows for cultural studies to frame the experience of media as it influences culture and society. The media effects theory pursues the idea that the media creates a paradigm in which autonomy is reduced through influential messages that train culture towards similar thinking.…
Media Audiences
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Scholars within the cultural studies tradition often describe media audiences as being active. Within this definition is the understanding that media is at all times open to interpretation. While there is a message meant to be delivered from the respective television network, internet source, radio station, newspaper etc.… Stuart Hall defines culture as,…
New Media Audiences and Technologies
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This report “New Media Audiences and Technologies” will focus on new media technologies and audiences with a focus on television. Although television had been known over the years, it is considered as a new media because there have never been any improvement on the audiovisual technology.… This part deals with some of the initial findings…
New media audiences and technologies
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Mass media such as internet, television, newspaper and magazine are the most powerful mediums which have a great effect on the audiences. With the passage… I have written this research paper by using the qualitative research method. Qualitative research is the observational method, consists of observation by looking people’s action, interviewing and recording.…
Short Research Paper on Audiences
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SHORT RESEARCH PAPER ON AUDIENCES: INTERVIEW-BASED RESEARCH Institution Date Research Introduction and Background The understandings on the manner in which audiences interact with media have over years been the preserve of researchers and communication thinkers.… Modern approaches have holistically incorporated cultural and social aspects that were undermined…
Media audiences and Media geography
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Media Audiences and Media Geography The media can be broadly classified into two main types; the traditional media and the contemporary media representing the audiences of the past and those of the present respectively. The traditional media represents the traditional ways of mass communication that were adopted by the ancient societies.… A potential…
Crisis Communications and Segmented Audiences
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It is important to keep on hand phone numbers of essentials like the ambulance, the police and the hospital. It is necessary to remain calm and alert and not give in to any emotion that does not impact the event. The ambulance must be called, the police and the hospital informed.… Fear and anxiety leads to miscommunication. Often it is the fear of the unknown…
Media Audiences Are Manipulated, Passive Audiences. Art and Branding
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Media Audiences Are Manipulated, Passive Audiences. Fashion advertising represents a perfect instance of the creation of identity by the media. The nature of product is associated with a form of cultural identity and style.… 119-129). Fashion advertising makes use of signifiers in the creation of an identity, which is usually through the portrayal of fashion…
New Media Audiences and Technologies
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New Media Audiences and Technologies No: Date: New Media Audiences and Technologies Introduction Mass media is the strongest medium to establish communication between people as well as for transferring message to people.… Firstly I will discuss about the new media then I will discuss the positive and negative impacts of new media. Further on I will discuss…
My target audiences are students
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Name Instructor Class 13 July 2013 Audience Analysis Audience profile My target audiences are students who already drive because I want to inform them that texting while driving is lethal to them and to others around them. … Audience-subject relationship I think my audiences probably know that texting is distracting, but they think they can handle it anyway.…
Writing for Different Cultures and Audiences
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From the critiques of various students who viewed an exhibition of new art currently on view, it was commendable that they were able to appreciate art through personal interpretations of diverse artists’ works exemplifying cultural perspectives. One hereby aims to provide… A more comprehensive evaluation of the exhibition on Afghanistan’s hidden treasures were…
Sharing Microeconomic Insights with Non-Specialist Audiences
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A monopoly is a single firm in such an industry and hence faces no rivals. It, therefore, makes major decisions like the price to charge on its goods; the monopoly firm is hence called a price maker. In the modern world pure… On 26th February 2013 the New York Times presented an article titled, ‘Are We in Danger of a Beer Monopoly?’ From the article, it’s…
Sports Fans and audiences: Behaviors, Attitudes and Identities
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The major reasons of increase in sports following is due to the role of media and internet. People tend to follow sports for entertainment purposes primarily but sooner they become a part of splinter group or… The induction of premiere football leagues initiative sooner widespread in the world. The major region still remained Europe where football flourished…
Television Audiences
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Clients Name Name of Professor Name of Class Date Apathy as Life: The Nullification of Culture Theodor Adorno and Max Horkheimer, along with many other theoretical philosophers of the early to mid-twentieth century defined a new concept of looking at the culture that had developed on the wave of the industrial revolution.… Since their time, the growth of the…
What impact are technologies such as iPlayer, 4OD and You Tube having on audiences and broadcasters
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New age technologies have added to the already transforming landscape in the world of mass media, especially within television industry, where users are now exposed to multiple channels and internet convergence. … The current scenario is as Negroponte surmised in the mid-nineties, “wholly new content will emerge from digital, as will new players, new economic…
Summary of Benjamin R. Bates. Audiences, Metaphors, and the Persian Gulf War
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To discover the construction of American leadership, Benjamin Bates explored George Bush's diplomatic efforts as rhetorical efforts. Benjamin Bates first underscored the significance of Bush's international audience, one comprised opinion leaders from other countries that could help the military alliance.… The American public was crucial to the Persian Gulf…
South American Audiences
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Although the plants in Venezuela are not required to follow OSHA standards, our company plans on implementing them as much as possible, as a way of increasing value for the new acquisition. The strategies and approaches that will make implementation of Standard Operating… This will enhance maximum realization of the SOP’s benefits. The team also needs to take…
Crime and Violence on Television and Its Impact on Wider Audiences
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An analysis of the media portrayals of crime and violence reveals that the phenomenon has been a critical component of television broadcasting, resulting in a widespread psychological impact on the minds of audiences that also extends to the incidence or occurrence of violent behavior.… An analysis of the media portrayals of crime and violence reveals that the…
Evaluating web site audiences
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I paid my attention that they are different in their design but also have some things in common. I was working at sites for cheap and luxury clothes. They are… In this way the designers present the intended audience of the brand. Firstly you may think that there are clothes only for women. It is the main idea of the designer who puts women on the top among the…
Examine the view that media industries view audiences as commodities. Discuss with reference to at least two theorists
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In today's world of technological boom, media industries have expanded into a system of intellectualism as well as maintaining the basic need, i. e., providing key information on a broad spectrum of topics. The global market consists of audiences that belong to different ethnic backgrounds having different tastes and leanings.… Notwithstanding the varied…
It has been observed that, in comparison to audiences elsewhere in the world, audiences in Britain and America have very little access to texts created beyond their own cultures (Squires, 2007, p. 408)
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However, the number of native and non-native speakers is approximated to be 2 billion people. English is the third largest language in terms of the number of speakers after Mandarin Chinese and… He postulates further that, the number of English speakers outnumbers the native speakers by the ratio of 3:1. All the above figures show that English is a language…
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