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Throughout this course I have been able to explore the various ways technology, and our relationship with it, has impacted society. The way people communicate with each other today is often either interrupted by technology, or possible because of it. 939 more words

Media Psychology

Photoshopping for an unrealistic body image has gone too far

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When thigh gaps attack: Target’s Photoshop fail goes viral

Melissa Dahl TODAY

March 11, 2014 at 3:26 PM ET

Target.com

Attack of the thigh gap! 545 more words

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Understanding Media Literacy from the Language of Persuasion

All forms of media (traditional and new) have the ability to transfer meaning from producer to consumer. Whether explicitly or indirectly, media producers have the creative power to elicit certain emotions from their viewers by the images they create. 907 more words

Media Psychology

The deTechtive Badge - a Media Psychologist's Greatest Weapon

Consumers are nothing if they do not consume. From the inception of any product, developers consider how can they make it easier for the consumer to consume. 1,164 more words

Media Psychology

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James Burke (1978) believed that inescapable technologies have produced a society full of “compulsive consumers.” People are best explained by the means with which they get their information, rather than the information itself. 98 more words

Media Psychology

Codependencies of Society and Communication Technology Explained Through Tetrad Analysis

Marshall McLuhan first explored the link between social change and communication technology in a study that produced his theory of media ecology (1964).  A key piece of that theory is The Tetrad, a way to consider the social impacts of any technology or medium in terms of four effects: obsolescence, enhancement, retrieval and reversal. 872 more words

Media Psychology