2.8.11 - (2.8.11) Regulation cannot keep up with technology...

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(2.8.11) Regulation cannot keep up with technology So where does the work need to be done? o At the producer end? o No, we need a media literate population that can work its way through and understand the issues. o “To be a smart person you need to read and be media literate” Political Advertising: Raising Money and Influencing the Voters History of Political Advertising Modern political advertising is ually associated with: o 1952 campaign of Eisenhower…came under heavy fire from critics o Nixon’s 1968 campaign as chronicled in the publication of the best selling book, the Selling of the President…image- making. o 1964 Goldwater (if you vote for him you’ll get blown up) Product advertising is a form of commercial speech. Commercial speech is restricted by law and regulation Political advertising is political speech and enjoys First Amendment Speech Positive Aspects of Political Ads Provide information Help form opinions Reinforce common values
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This note was uploaded on 02/14/2011 for the course ADPR 5140 taught by Professor Krugman during the Spring '11 term at University of Georgia Athens.

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2.8.11 - (2.8.11) Regulation cannot keep up with technology...

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