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Journalism - Media Representation
Journalism & Communication
Pages 8 (2008 words)
Media Representation Introduction Media today have evolved to become one of the most influential day-to-day “commodity” or aspect of living. It is capable of a lot of things from providing information, news, entertainment, forming opinion, mobilizing individuals or groups of peoples into action, and many others which impact on most if not all of its consumers.
But upon the age of industrialization when the printing press went out in the market, the fray for information and various data that printed matter can provide started. The use of the airwaves soon contributed to the evolution of mass media as radio became portable and mass produced. The forms of entertainment also expanded to fill the void that news, opinion and information left for listeners and their anchormen. Television also provided a turning point, not only for the media industry but for world history. It became a milestone invention and product that every home had to own. And more than that, every room of a home need to feature like a basic commodity. Today, mass media encompass many other forms but the latest phenomenon has become the computer and its peripheral products and services courtesy of the information and communication technologies (ICT). This paper will discuss and analyze media representation in a specific article “Liking Is for Cowards. Go for What Hurts” by Jonathan Franzen published in May 28 at New York Times print and online editions. It is an adaptation from a commencement speech he delivered on May 21 at Kenyon College. Discussion Media representation refers to the various direct and indirect messages conveyed to the audience or reader of any form of communication. ...
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