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From the analysis of the paper it is evident that the

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From the analysis of the paper, it is evident that the media has helped in spreading rumors that have resulted in various effects to different people. In this case, the student has provided a clear suggestion that people used to media and technology should do in order to promote more trustworthy information. As such, the article concludes setting face-to-face communication as the one's foundation would aid in curbing the trifling behavior. Through such a step, the audience of the message can interpret the message with an explicit knowledge about what the word really says.
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Surname 3 Works Cited Hiebert, Ray A., and Sheila Gibbons. Exploring mass media for a changing world. Routledge, 2017. 92-126 Hudson, Simon, et al. "The effects of social media on emotions, brand relationship quality, and word of mouth: An empirical study of music festival attendees." Tourism Management 47 (2015): 68-76. Sunstein, Cass R. # Republic: Divided democracy in the age of social media. Princeton University Press, 2018. Toma, Catalina L., L. Crystal Jiang, and Jeffrey T. Hancock. "Lies in the eye of the beholder: asymmetric beliefs about one’s own and others’ deceptiveness in mediated and face-to- face communication." Communication Research (2016): 131-139
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  • Spring '16
  • Sociology, Interpersonal relationship, Trifling Media

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