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Cultural Studies & The Scholarship Of Journalism - with James W. Carey
Cultural Studies & The Scholarship Of Journalism with James W. Carey: James W. Carey, cultural historian, communication scholar, theorist, writer and teacher of journalists, discusses Cultural Studies and the scholarship…
Political Communication & Mass Communication - with Steven H. Chaffee
Political Communication & Mass Communication with Steven H. Chaffee: Steven H. Chaffee, communication scholar, theorist, historian, methodologist, and teacher, discusses his work in political communication and mass communication effects research.
Development Communication & Communication Technology - with Everett M. Rogers
Development Communication & Communication Technology with Everett M. Rogers: Everett M. Rogers, communication scholar, theorist, writer, and teacher discusses his research in the field of development communication, diffusion of innovations…
Violence & Television - with George Gerbner
Violence & Television with George Gerbner: George Gerbner, communication scholar, theorist, teacher, poet, and the founder of cultivation theory, discusses his work which influenced four decades of research on violence…

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Political Communication & Mass Communication - with Steven H. Chaffee
Part of the Series: Mass Communications Collection
Political Communication & Mass Communication with Steven H. Chaffee: Steven H. Chaffee, communication scholar, theorist, historian, methodologist, and teacher, discusses his work in political communication and mass communication effects research.
Development Communication & Communication Technology - with Everett M. Rogers
Part of the Series: Mass Communications Collection
Development Communication & Communication Technology with Everett M. Rogers: Everett M. Rogers, communication scholar, theorist, writer, and teacher discusses his research in the field of development communication, diffusion of innovations and communication technology.
Violence & Television - with George Gerbner
Part of the Series: Mass Communications Collection
Violence & Television with George Gerbner: George Gerbner, communication scholar, theorist, teacher, poet, and the founder of cultivation theory, discusses his work which influenced four decades of research on violence and television.
Cultural Studies & The Scholarship Of Journalism - with James W. Carey
Part of the Series: Mass Communications Collection
Cultural Studies & The Scholarship Of Journalism with James W. Carey: James W. Carey, cultural historian, communication scholar, theorist, writer and teacher of journalists, discusses Cultural Studies and the scholarship of journalism.
Media Literacy: Creating Media
Part of the Series: Media Literacy Collection
Most students have little experience creating media and assume creating media is an easy process. For newspapers, you collect some information, write a story, type it out and lay it out. With a computer, how hard can that be? Part of the intrigue of media creation is it looks so…
Media Literacy: Audience
Part of the Series: Media Literacy Collection
Most people think of "audience" as those who watch television, listen to the radio, read a magazine or newspaper or surf the web but "media are businesses." In the same way a hardware store sells nuts and bolts, the media sell product - YOU - the audience. Guaranteeing an audience…
Media Literacy: Media Ethics
Part of the Series: Media Literacy Collection
This program focuses on those who work as media professionals whether they are public relations specialists, journalists, photojournalists, advertising executives, newspaper editors or camera operators. In the media it's not just about what we say but what we show and how we show it. Visuals, whether they are video, photos,…
Media Truth Or Fiction
You hear so much conflicting information in mass media. Much of the news is scary. Crime rules the cities, almost everything that tastes good is bad for you, the environment is filled with noxious chemicals, cancer runs amok, and icebergs will soon start to melt. Just what can you believe?…
Journalism Secrets to Social Media Storytelling & News Reporting
Social media tools are being used across all media sources including traditional news outlets and online-based resources. This program focuses on the variety of ways social media is essential to storytelling and news distribution. Each chapter highlights an element of social media used by top journalists who rely on these…
Constructing Public Opinion - How Politicians & the Media Misrepresent the Public
The media regularly use public opinion polls in their reporting of important news stories. But how exactly do they report them and to what end? In this insightful and accessible interview, Professor Justin Lewis demonstrates the way in which polling data are themselves used by the media to not just…
Ammo For The Info Warrior
"Information is the ultimate weapon," this program proclaims. Based in New York City, Guerrilla News Network (GNN) is an independent news organization with a mission to expose young people to important global news and information free from corporate filters, through programming on the Web and on TV. GNN's news videos…
Reflections on Media Ethics - Morals, Ethics and Values
Reflections On Media Ethics is a 25 minute documentary addressing the topic of morals, ethics and values, with an emphasis on the media industry. While the topic of "ethics" dates back to the days of Aristotle, "media ethics" and issues such as: representation of underserved and vulnerable populations, privacy, and…