Lesson 9 Concept Check

Lesson 9 Concept Check - 4. Reality warps on television are...

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Lesson 9 Concept Check
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1. The purpose for most advertising is to inform. (see p. 255) True False 2. Television not only distorts reality; it also plays a part in determining it. (see Appendix 7) 3. TV programming is almost 100% entertainment, to meet the purpose of holding the audience’s  attention in order to be persuaded by the sponsor’s message. (see Appendix 7)
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Unformatted text preview: 4. Reality warps on television are accurate representation of the world. (see Appendix 7) 5. Sponsors try to override critical reasoning by appealing to emotions and a need for entertainment. (see Appendix 7) 6....
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