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Unformatted text preview: Agenda setting theory that argues that media may not tell us what to think but that media tell us what to think about Information pointing out the good points and sometimes leaving out the negative points of advertising or news. Political ads and newscasts displaying violence. Cultivation CMC 230 idea that television cultivates or constructs a reality of the world that, although possibly inaccurate, becomes the accepted reality simply because we as a culture believe it to be the reality Television Advertising and News and Editorial Papers Commentary or opinion based reports of real world situations and current social reality situations. Uses and gratifications the idea that media don't do things to people; people do things with media Media and the internet Music and television programming Songs and choices of t.v shows and movies to watch. CMC 230...
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