In presenting news to us packaged as vaudeville television induces other media

In presenting news to us packaged as vaudeville

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how we shall respond to it. In presenting news to us packaged as vaudeville, television induces other media to do the same, so that the total information environment begins to mirror television. Plagiarism, although the writer mentioned author name, but still no quotation marks were used. Example 3: According to media critic Neil Postman, “television has achieved the power to define the form in which news must come, and it has also defined how we shall respond to it. In presenting news to us packaged as vaudeville, television induces other media to do the same, so that the total information environment begins to mirror television.” Not Plagiarism since the writer credited the author by mentioning his name as well as quotation marks were used. Example 4: According to media critic Neil Postman, television has achieved such dominance as to dictate the form in which news comes, and it also dictates how we respond to it. In delivering news as vaudeville, television causes other media to follow suit, so that all information begins to resemble television. Plagiarism. The write used different words to replaces the original words, yet no cite was used to credit the author.
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  • Marshall McLuhan, Neil Postman, Media ecology, Television Studies

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