10 edition of American media and mass culture found in the catalog.
|Statement||edited by Donald Lazere.|
|LC Classifications||P92.U5 A48 1987|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 618 p. :|
|Number of Pages||618|
|ISBN 10||0520044959, 0520044967|
|LC Control Number||87022182|
Digital History ID Many of the defining features of modern American culture emerged during the s. The record chart, the book club, the radio, the talking picture, and spectator sports all became popular forms of mass entertainment. But the s primarily stand out as one of the most important periods in American cultural history. Mass media is a significant force in modern culture, particularly in America. Sociologists refer to this as a mediated culture where media reflects and creates the culture. Communities and individuals are bombarded constantly with messages from a multitude of sources including TV, billboards, and magazines, to name a few.
“Mass communication--wonder as it may be technologically and something to be appreciated and valued--presents us wit a serious daner, the danger of conformism, due to the fact that we all view the same things at the same time in all the cities of the country. (p. 73)” ― Rollo May, The Courage to Create. Navigating today's hyper-fast media landscape. This is an exciting and tumultuous time in the media. Developing an understanding of mass communication and becoming a critical consumer of the media is vitally important, especially now as the media are under siege and the lines between fact and fiction are being continuously blurred.
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About the Book. On subjects from Superman to rock 'n' roll, from Donald Duck to the TV news, from soap operas and romance novels to the use of double speak in advertising, these lively essays offer students of contemporary media a comprehensive counterstatement to the conservatism that has been ascendant since the seventies in American politics and cultural criticism.
On subjects from Superman to rock 'n' roll, from Donald Duck to the TV news, from soap operas and romance novels to the use of double speak in advertising, these lively essays offer students of contemporary media a comprehensive counterstatement to the conservatism that has been ascendant since the seventies in American politics and cultural criticism.
Book Description. Understanding Media and Culture: An Introduction to Mass Communication is adapted from a work produced by a publisher who has requested that they and the original author not receive attribution. This adapted edition is produced by the University of Minnesota Libraries Publishing through the eLearning Support Initiative.
This book provides you with the context, tools, and theories to engage with the world of mass media through an examination of the history, theory, and effects of media practices and roles in America.
This book also provides you with the framework to consider some of the crucial issues affecting media and culture in today’s world. The story of mass culture from to is the story of its growth and increasing centrality to American life.
Sparked by the development of such new media as radios, phonographs, and cinema that required less literacy and formal education, and the commodification of leisure pursuits, mass culture extended its purview to nearly the entire nation by the end of the Second World : Daniel Borus.
Books and the Development of U.S. Popular Culture. Major Book Formats. Current Publishing Trends. The Influence of New Technology.
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Understanding Media and Culture: An Introduction to Mass Communication was written to squarely emphasize media technology.
The author believes that an introduction to mass communication text should be a compelling, historical narrative sketching the *ongoing evolution* of media technology and how that technology shapes and is shaped by culture 4/5(21).
As I read Edward P. Morgan's "What Really Happened to the s: How Mass Media Culture Failed American Democracy," I sensed that this was the book I had been waiting for to set the record straight about what become known as the “Sixties.” I was not let down.
This is an outstanding critique of how the corporate mass media has distorted the /5(5). This is the table of contents for the book Mass Communication, Media, and Culture (v. For more details on it (including licensing), click here.
This book is. American Media and Mass Culture (Paperback) Left Perspectives. By Donald Lazere (Editor). University of California Press,pp. Publication Date: December 7, This book is an examination of how American mass media, including advertising, presents Otherness - anyone or anything constructed as different from an established norm - in terms of gender, race, sex, disabilities, and other markers of difference.
Using a mythological lens, the book looks below the surface of media content to explore the psychological, social, and economic underpinnings of a. Cultural products that are both mass-produced and for mass audiences. Examples include mass-media entertainments—films, television programmes, popular books, newspapers, magazines, popular music, leisure goods, household items, clothing, and mechanically-reproduced art In the affirmative sense, synonymous with popular culture (the preferred term in cultural studies and where the focus.
Mass Communication and American Social Thought is a tour de force, a collection like no other in our field. Peters and Simonson have not simply compiled our greatest essays. This volume maps nearly all we know about the essential dynamics of mass communication, constructing a fierce dialogue among brilliant writers who never had the chance to argue in person/5(5).
The massed media and pop culture has shaped our minds around what being a Native American or an “Indian” means. These stereotypes are preventing us as a nation from knowing the rich and long history of Native Americans and their culture. Walter Lippmann (Septem – Decem ) was an American writer, reporter and political commentator famous for being among the first to introduce the concept of Cold War, coining the term "stereotype" in the modern psychological meaning, as well as critiquing media and democracy in his newspaper column and several books, most notably his book Public ion: Timothy Dwight School.
American Mass Media and Popular Culture addresses the impact mass media have on American popular culture, and exposes the reader to a range of voices and perspectives on media issues and effects.
The anthology helps students examine popular culture from both critical and empirical perspectives. In particular, students explore the persuasive effects of various new media. Mass culture is the set of ideas and values that develop from a common exposure to the same media, news sources, music, and art.
Mass culture is broadcast or otherwise distributed to individuals instead of arising from their day-to-day interactions with each other. Culture and Mass Media Nathanial Robb HUM/ – Media Influences on American Culture Octo Allyson Wells Three forms of mass media that I have interacted with recently are the book State of Fear by Michael Crichton, the film Spiderman, and the internet series RWBY, each of these is in a distinct sphere of mass media, State of Fear.
I recently had the opportunity to read an argument concerning American Values and the extent to which the Mass Media shapes our everyday values as Americans. The argument involved Herbert I. Schiller and James W. Carey who have both extensively looked at the way media shapes and affects our culture.
"Professor Schiller argues that mass. Instead, the "new media," including talk shows such as The Jerry Springer Show, Oprah Winfrey, and tabloid style shows such as Hard Copy or Current Affair, as well as information providers or media services such as MTV, the Intemet and the World Wide Web, and even magazines such as People also serve as competition to the more traditional news.Understanding Media and Culture: An Introduction to Mass Communication is a compelling, historical narrative sketching the ongoing evolution of media and technology.
Today’s students are immersed in media–and while they expect new technology, they often lack the historical perspective.The Formative Influence of Mass Media on American Culture. Identify the effects of mass media on American culture.
Summarize the evolution of mass media. Examine issues related to the development and proliferation of mass media. Describe the value of media literacy.