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CMN 455 University of New Hampshire Chapter 5 US Empirical Traditions Paper

CMN 455

University of New Hampshire

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Read: MCS - "Chapter 5: Media Users" (pp. 77-96)

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Chapter 5: Media Users Chapter 5: Media Users Your Name: Section: US Empirical Traditions of Audience Research Close your books/notes: Connect the new information in this section with what you knew before you read this section. 1. Describe the information that is new for you in this section 2. How do the new ideas work with what you already know? 3. Explain how your prior knowledge and these Use specific and concrete examples new ideas work together. Provide an Be sure to make a link between the example. idea and the example. 4. Write two “I wonder (if, whether, why, how, which, where, who, etc.) . . .” questions that you have as a result of reading this section. Section: Cultural Studies: Dominant and Oppositional Readings and Beyond Close your books/notes: Connect the new information in this section with what you knew before you read this section. 1. Describe the information that is new for you in this section 2. How do the new ideas work with what you already know? 3. Explain how your prior knowledge and these Use specific and concrete examples new ideas work together. Provide an Be sure to make a link between the example. idea and the example. 4. List two “I wonder (if, whether, why, how, which, where, who, etc.) . . .” questions that you have as a result of reading this section. Section: Conclusion: An Uncritical Celebration? Close your books/notes: Connect the new information in this section with what you knew before you read this section. 1. Describe the information that is new for you in this section Chapter 5: Media Users 2. How do the new ideas work with what you already know? 3. Explain how your prior knowledge and these Use specific and concrete examples new ideas work together. Provide an Be sure to make a link between the example. idea and the example. 4. Write two “I wonder (if, whether, why, how, which, where, who, etc.) . . .” questions that you have as a result of reading this section. ...
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Chapter 5: Media Users
Chapter 5: Media Users

Your Name:

Section: US Empirical Traditions of Audience Research
Close your books/notes:
Connect the new information in this section with what you knew before you read this section.
1. Describe the information that is new for you in this section
Children’s exhibited clear social learning by viewing televisions. Initially my notion was
that children may deviate from the learning socially because they don’t get to interact
with real people with real feelings. They only relay on virtual information and feelings
from the televised contents. People with lower aggressions tend to imitate realistic
rather than unrealistic role-models. My initial thought was that people with lower
aggressions usually feel more comfortable with media content than real life.
Pre-test has the dangers of affecting or altering the post-test responses results. How
can exposing someone to a test affect the same person in future judgments or test, I
mean it is the same person, if the pretest can change their future test then this implies
that the person is not being honest to himself or herself.
Watching of violent media only has effect of angry people which makes them less
hostile.

2. How do the new ideas work with what you already know?
Children can have a steep social learning curve, because after watching the televised
content, they would want to practice in real life with what they saw and learned. This
may in most cases, boost their social life and skills. People being exposed to video
game and other televised contend boosts the intelligence quotient and sometime...

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