Mr_Cooke_Lecture

Mr_Cooke_Lecture - M C 2 M e d i a E f f e c t s Media...

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Unformatted text preview: M C 2 M e d i a E f f e c t s Media effects Psychological Effects Physiological Effects Sociological Effects Television Most pervasive form of media in America How many households in America have a Television A. 30 Million B. 70 Million C. 115 Million D. 150 Million Television 2.5 TVs per household That equates to 285 million televisions in American homes Doesn’t even include restaurants and bars Do you ever watch TV outside of you home? Television How much Television do you watch in a day? A –less than 1 hour B-2-4 hours C-5-7 hours D- 8 or more hours Television The average American watches: A- 2 hours B -5 hours C- 7 hours D-10 hours Television What is Media doing to you? • It might very well be influencing you more than you realize • Cultivation Theory § Those who spend more time watching TV are more likely to perceive the real world in ways that reflect the most common and recurrent messages of the TV world. Television What percent of Americans are victims of Criminal Violence?...
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This note was uploaded on 01/16/2012 for the course MC 2000 taught by Professor Freeman during the Fall '08 term at LSU.

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