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JOUR1111 Notes For Exam

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Comprehensive notes for JOUR1111 - All exam content is covered. Received 28/30 on exam.

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Communication Public opinion Media bias Business ethics Media studies Media influence Agenda-setting theory Technological convergence Mass communication Infotainment Social media News values
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Communication Public opinion Media bias Business ethics Media studies Media influence Agenda-setting theory Technological convergence Mass communication Infotainment Social media News values
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Interpersonal 2. Mediated interpersonal 3. Mass communication 4. Digital communication Mass Communications: The process by which a person, a group of people, or large organization creates a message and transmits it through some type of medium to a large, anonymous audience If a medium is the mechanism through which communication happens, then.... The media are mechanisms – the content and distribution systems through which information and entertainment are transmitted. • Communication is also the production of culture, a social process that builds community e.g. Facebook • Therefore, the media, as the means of mass communication, play a central role in holding societies together and telling us who we are, how to think about the world and our place in it ________________ Mass Communication: Professional Communication and Media Work ➢ Smal...
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