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Taking sides : clashing views in mass media and society / selected, edited, and with introductions by Alison Alexander and Jarice Hanson

By: Alexander, Alison, 1949 October 21-Contributor(s): Hanson, JariceMaterial type: TextTextSeries: Taking sidesPublication details: Boston : McGraw-Hill Higher Education, c2009Edition: 10th edDescription: xxvi, 426 p. ; 24 cmISBN: 9780073515243; 0073515248Other title: Clashing views in mass media and society | Mass media and societySubject(s): Mass media -- Social aspects -- United States | Mass media -- Moral and ethical aspects -- United States | Mass media -- United States -- InfluenceDDC classification: 302.23 LOC classification: HN90.M3 | T35 2009HN90.M3 | T35 2009
Contents:
Are American values shaped by the mass media? -- Is television harmful for children? -- Are representations of African-American women in media accurate? -- Do video games encourage violent behavior? -- Do copyright laws protect ownership of intellectual property? -- Is advertising good for society? -- Are political/military leaders to blame for misinformation in time of war? -- Is negative campaigning bad for the American political process? -- Is fake news journalism? -- Should the public support freedom of the press? -- Should freedom of speech ever be restricted? -- Has industry regulation controlled indecent media content? -- Is the use of video news releases bad journalism? -- Can the independent musical artist thrive in today's music business? -- Can present technology support Internet growth? -- Does big media control the FCC? -- Will print newspapers survive in the current business environment? -- Can privacy be protected in the Information Age? -- Are people better informed in the information society?
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Are American values shaped by the mass media? -- Is television harmful for children? -- Are representations of African-American women in media accurate? -- Do video games encourage violent behavior? -- Do copyright laws protect ownership of intellectual property? -- Is advertising good for society? -- Are political/military leaders to blame for misinformation in time of war? -- Is negative campaigning bad for the American political process? -- Is fake news journalism? -- Should the public support freedom of the press? -- Should freedom of speech ever be restricted? -- Has industry regulation controlled indecent media content? -- Is the use of video news releases bad journalism? -- Can the independent musical artist thrive in today's music business? -- Can present technology support Internet growth? -- Does big media control the FCC? -- Will print newspapers survive in the current business environment? -- Can privacy be protected in the Information Age? -- Are people better informed in the information society?

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