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Emily Tsiao English 131 “Media in Popular Culture” The focus of the article concerns the growth of America’s media since the 1950’s. There is great empirical evidence from previous publications that extensively detail multiple technological advancements in new forms of communication that are relevant to the media industry. We evaluated the majority of abstracts presented at international media studies, which were later investigated in full. We reviewed all periodic data presented to our organization between 1951 through 2007. We assessed the characteristics and findings identified. We identified full trends through electronic databases and by contacting the sources of said data information. Our findings detailed the negative aspects of popular culture and therefore on
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Unformatted text preview: society pointing out that it contributed to the devaluation of our current day society. In conclusion, we found no clear evidence of bias in the data process that occurs after collection. We were unable to assess bias in the abstracts presented at the international media studies. Results and other characteristics clearly identified that trends were tied by the influence of mass communication. Information is given about further researchers developing and employing theories and methods from various related studies. The study continues due to the fact that media studies are closely related to areas such as politics such as campaign research and advertising in all forms as well as different fields....
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