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THE MEDIA IS ABLE TO SHAPE INDIVIDUAL AND SOCIETIES' IDENTITIES. DO YOU AGREE?

In today’s technologically advanced world, media become omni-presented in many society. Media is a platform for mass communication to large group of audiences. Yet, these media are so powerful that it shapes what the people think and believe. 201 more words

Human's target to achieve the "perfect" image created by the everchanging media. Do you agree?

With advancements in technologies, we are now more exposed to various cultures and trends all over the world through the daily use of our mobile phones or television. 360 more words

Mass Media

Dollface

Question:
Media is powerful enough to shape the perception of beauty, especially towards women while they try to figure out their own identity. Discuss.

Intro: 259 more words

Mass Media

The media is able to shape individal and societial identities. Do you agree?

Intro: Media plays a very important role and has changed us in almost every way. It is considered as the best way to know what’s happening in our world today. 110 more words

Mass Media

Celente's Presstitutes . . .

Gerald Celente – Bulldog & The Rude Awakening Show

http://wchildblog.com/2014/07/27/gerald-celente-bulldog-the-rude-awakening-show-2/

Big fan of Gerald Celente.

“All these guys were born on 3rd base and think they hit a triple” LOL

Sociopathy

Psychedelic Rock Music: The Anthem of the 1960s Youth Drug Counterculture

Throughout rock and roll history, the use of drugs by some of music’s most influential musicians has been a popular assumption. The 1960s was an era marked by the formation of a youth counterculture that has been represented by some of the decade’s most prevalent artists, many whom often openly publicized and celebrated the use of drugs including hallucinogens like LSD, or acid. 1,240 more words

Media Culture And Counterculture

There is a reasearcher/reporter in all of us

Almost every evening my husband and I watch CBS Evening News with Scott Pelley. We particularly like him as a news anchor, but we also noticed that his particular news session always ends with a positive story. 821 more words

Culture