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Exercise #7 – Mass Communication Due Tuesday April, 12th Typed, double-spaced, 12-point font, 1” margins, stapled ½  -2 pages Answer each question completely Provided grading rubric 10 points ______________________________________________________________ 1. Read about “mass communication” vs. “mediated communication” (p. 307).  Describe how they are  the same.  Describe how they are different. 2. From the list of mass communication channels (p. 307), list the one you think will most likely become  obsolete.  Describe why.   3. Flip back and forth between newscasts on two different stations (CBS, FOX, NBC, ABC, etc.)  List  what each station ran as the first and second stories.  In your own words, explain how “gatekeeping”  (pp. 314-315) occurred. How does this relate to agenda setting?
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Unformatted text preview: 4. Your text describes “behavioral influences” (pp. 316-317) of media. Based on the section, describe an instance where you or someone you know has been influenced by the media. 5. Describe one way you can become a more critical consumer of media. Grading Rubric- Exercise 7 “Mass Media” Name __________________________ Total: _____/10 Assignment Completeness: _______/7 • Answered each question completely. EX VG GD FR • Provided thoughtful analysis and examples ( for example on questions such as “how can you become a more critical consumer of medial”). EX VG GD FR • Included rubric Proper Formatting: ________/2 • Typed and Double Spaced • 12 point font/ 1” Margins • stapled Grammar & Spelling: _______/1 • Free of errors in grammar, punctuation and spelling EX VG GD FR bsu.exercise102009...
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