Taking sides. Clashing views in media and society / [selected, edited and with issue framing material] by Alison Alexander and Jarice Hanson.
Contributor(s): Alexander, Alison | Hanson, Jarice.Material type: BookCall no.: HN90.M3 T35 2014Series: Taking sides: Publication: [New York] : Mcgraw-Hill Education Create, c2014Edition: 13th ed.Description: iv, 277 p.ISBN: 1259222470; 9781259222474.Other title: Clashing views in media and society [Portion of title] | Media and society [Portion of title].Subject(s): Mass media -- Social aspects -- United States | Mass media -- Moral and ethical aspects -- United States | Mass media -- Influence
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Are family values shaped by the mass media? -- Have media representations of minorities improved? -- Do media distort representations of Islam and Arab cultures? -- Do media cause individuals to develop negative body images? -- Do video games encourage violent behavior? -- Is product placement an effective form of advertising? -- Does a partisan press polarize society? -- Will evolving forms of journalism be an improvement? -- Should corporations be allowed to finance political campaigns? -- Should we ban hate speech on college campuses? -- Does technology invade our privacy? -- Are copyright laws effective in curbing piracy? -- Will the recorded music industry survive digitization? -- Should newspapers shut down their presses? -- Should we oppose media consolidation? -- Are youth indifferent to news and politics? -- Are online services responsible for an increase in bullying and harassment? -- Are millennials more "tech-savvy" than other generations?
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