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Public relations in media and cultural contexts (2/2)
Journalism & Communication
Pages 4 (1004 words)
Public Relations in Media and Cultural Context The situational conditions of mass production, (sometimes referred to as economic production) which have lead towards political interventions in an economy, are the major counterpart of contemporary age (Bourdieu, 1984).
The theme of circuit of culture revolves around the functions of representation, identity, production, consumption and regulation. All of these functions are interpolated among each other in a concrete way. All it would be needed to sort out the consumption and consumer functions out of these five. The customer feedback and design of product are correlated to each other because the company has to present what is desired by the customer in a real sense (Du Gay et al, 1997). In a similar way, if I review my journal which I held updated for the prescribed time period, I can judge a number of consumed and bought products. However some of these were less important while the rest were a little bit more crucial. To diversify my findings and results over a broader boundary, I have decided to analyze two ends of spectrum by choosing different category, design and family of the products which I bought. If I recall the journal which I maintained throughout the time frame, I can specify the most major as well as least important product (with respect to the time taken in purchase decision making). I had bought a cellular phone in the month of January while at the end of the same month; I decided to change my shampoo, so I bought it. Here I have chosen both of the newly chosen products such that I can explore my experiences as well. ...
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