MEDIA CULTURE 2016 UPDATE MASS COMMUNICATION IN A DIGITAL AGE

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Media Culture 2016 Update

Author : Richard Campbell
ISBN : 1457668742
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Media Culture

Author : Richard Campbell
ISBN : 9781319010430
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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A number of high stakes conflicts — over net neutrality, streaming music, copyrights, the shifting fortunes of various media outlets, and divisive politics — continue to unfold over YouTube, Twitter, TV screens, and other mediated feeds. The speed at which these stories are consumed means that understanding the complex connections between the media and our culture is more important than ever. The new tenth edition of Media & Culture starts with the digital world students know and then goes further, focusing on what these constant changes mean to them. As always, Media & Culture brings together industry expertise, media history, and current trends for an exhilarating look at the media right now. Through new infographics, cross-reference pages, and a new digital jobs feature, this edition offers the most contemporary and compelling examinations yet of how the media industries connect, interlock, and converge.
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Loose Leaf Version For Media Culture With 2016 Update

Author : Richard Campbell
ISBN : 9781319047795
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
File Size : 62.72 MB
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While we all use digital technology daily many of us don’t realize how text, audio, and visual media converge together to enhance our everyday experiences. The tenth edition of Media & Culture: Mass Communication in a Digital Age enriches students' understanding of these experiences by focusing on what the constant changes mean to their everyday lives. Since the publication of the tenth edition, we've seen even more changes: revisions in net neutrality laws, shifts in viewing habits, new forms of online activism, and the kickoff of a new, media-saturated presidential race. The new 2016 update of Media & Culture covers these issues, alongside new infographics, photos, cross-reference pages, and a digital jobs feature. Media & Culture brings together industry expertise, media history, and current trends for an exhilarating look at the media right now.
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Media And Culture

Author : Richard Campbell
ISBN : 9780312644659
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
File Size : 90.40 MB
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It's no secret today's media landscape is evolving at a fast and furious pace — and students are experiencing these developments firsthand. While students are familiar with and may be using the latest products and newest formats, they may not understand how the media has evolved to this point or what all these changes mean. This is where Media and Culture steps in. The eighth edition pulls back the curtain and shows students how the media really works, giving students the deeper insight and context they need to become informed media critics.
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Revolutions In Communication

Author : Bill Kovarik
ISBN : 9781628924794
Genre : Social Science
File Size : 31.69 MB
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Revolutions in Communication offers a new approach to media history, presenting an encyclopedic look at the way technological change has linked social and ideological communities. Using key figures in history to benchmark the chronology of technical innovation, Kovarik's exhaustive scholarship narrates the story of revolutions in printing, electronic communication and digital information, while drawing parallels between the past and present. Updated to reflect new research that has surfaced these past few years, Revolutions in Communication continues to provide students and teachers with the most readable history of communications, while including enough international perspective to get the most accurate sense of the field. The supplemental reading materials on the companion website include slideshows, podcasts and video demonstration plans in order to facilitate further reading.
Category: Social Science

Media Now Understanding Media Culture And Technology

Author : Joseph Straubhaar
ISBN : 9781305950849
Genre : Business & Economics
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Empowering you to think critically about the media and its impact, MEDIA NOW: UNDERSTANDING MEDIA, CULTURE, AND TECHNOLOGY, 10th Edition, thoroughly illustrates how media technologies develop, operate, converge, and affect society. It provides a comprehensive introduction to today's global media environment and the ongoing developments in technology, culture, and critical theory that continue to transform this rapidly evolving industry -- and touch your everyday life. Cutting-edge coverage of the essential history, theories, concepts, and technical knowledge prepares you for a career in the expanding fields of the Internet, interactive media, and traditional media. In addition to captivating infographics and illustrations, the exciting new Tenth Edition includes the latest developments and trends in new media, mobile media consumption, policy changes for Internet governance and the international approach to media governance, online privacy protection, media ethics, and much more. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.
Category: Business & Economics

Understanding Media In The Digital Age

Author : Everette E. Dennis
ISBN : NWU:35556041003476
Genre : Computers
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Written by two of the field's most eminent experts, this exciting new introduction to mass media makes connections between communication research and the reality of the media industry. Understanding Media in the Digital Age shows readers how to navigate the world of traditional and new media while fostering an understanding of mass communication theory, history, active research findings, and professional experience.
Category: Computers

Lgbtqs Media And Culture In Europe

Author : Alexander Dhoest
ISBN : 9781317233121
Genre : Social Science
File Size : 32.99 MB
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Media matter, particularly to social minorities like lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer people. Rather than one homogenised idea of the ‘global gay’, what we find today is a range of historically and culturally specific expressions of gender and sexuality, which are reflected and explored across an ever increasing range of media outlets. This collection zooms in on a number of facets of this kaleidoscope, each chapter discussing the intersection of a particular European context and a particular medium with its affordances and limitations. While traditional mass media form the starting point of this book, the primary focus is on digital media such as SNS (Social Networking Sites), blogs and online dating sites. All contributions are based on recent, original empirical research, using a plethora of qualitative methods to offer a holistic view on the ways media matter to particular LGBTQ individuals and communities. Together the chapters cover the diversity of European countries and regions, of LGBTQ communities, and of the contemporary media ecology. Resisting the urge to extrapolate, they argue for specificity, contextualisation and a provincialized understanding of the connections between media, culture, gender and sexuality.
Category: Social Science

Media Career Guide

Author : Sherri Hope Culver
ISBN : 9780312542603
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
File Size : 51.69 MB
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In this economic climate, students need more help than ever navigating the media job marketplace. By providing practical career tips and current statistics, the Media Career Guide is the ideal starting point for a successful communication-related job search. Beginning with an overview of today’s employment environment and opportunities, the manual guides readers through the process of researching, interviewing for, and landing that perfect media job. The new edition now offers career advice from real media professionals and emphasizes the importance of creating and maintaining a professional online presence for the workplace. And, with added information on how to start your own business, students will find this guide to be a useful resource no matter what media career path they choose.
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Multimedia Storytelling For Digital Communicators In A Multiplatform World

Author : Seth Gitner
ISBN : 9781317517955
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
File Size : 59.40 MB
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Multimedia Storytelling for Digital Communicators in a Multiplatform World is a unique guide for all students who need to master visual communication through multiple media and platforms. Every communication field now requires students to be fluent in visual storytelling skill sets, and as the present-day media adapt to a multiplatform world (with ever-increasing delivery systems from desktops to cell phones), students specializing in different forms of communication are discovering the power of merging new multimedia technology with very old and deep-rooted storytelling concepts. Award-winning journalist and multimedia professor Seth Gitner provides students with the tools for successfully realizing this merger, from understanding conflict, characters, and plot development to conducting successful interviews, editing video in post-production, and even sourcing royalty-free music and sound effects. Incorporating how-to’s on everything from website and social media optimization to screenwriting, Multimedia Storytelling aims to be a resource for any student who needs to think and create visually, in fields across broadcast and digital journalism, film, photography, advertising, and public relations. The book also includes a range of supplemental material, including wide-ranging skills exercises for each chapter, interviews with seasoned professionals, key terms, and review questions.
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines