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How Mass Media and Communication Changed Great Britain Over the Last Years
Journalism & Communication
Pages 6 (1506 words)
How Mass Media and Communication changed Great Britain over the Last Years Modernization, urbanization and industrialization as processes of social change have created the societal conditions that necessitate the development of mass media and communication, and produced societies that are greatly dependent on them.
Apart from transmitting the culture of a society from one generation to another, the mass media is very important in collecting information on the various aspects of human life like health, education, environment, economics, politics, culture and social changes. They then communicate any changes in these and help in correlating the many parts of the society in regard to changes in the environment. Because of this, mass media has been able to bring lot of transformations in many societies including Great Britain, especially in the last 10 years. Media-mediated/media-enabled changes in Great Britain There has been considerable experience in relation to the value and role played by the mass media and communication systems in Great Britain in health promotion and bringing about changes in health policies. One of the best examples of this is the public smoking ban. Under this ban, no one is allowed to smoke in places that people visit to obtain various goods and services, especially enclosed places (Bbc.co.uk. 2010 and Opsi.gov.uk. 2010). These include shopping malls, restaurants, bars, any government premise or office among others. Many people agreed with the ideas of Mrs. Hewitt “not only will we be able to protect non-smokers and the huge majority of pub workers from the harmful effects of smoke. ...
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