3 edition of mass communicators found in the catalog.
Charles Side Steinberg
Bibliography: p. 455-460.
|Statement||by Charles S. Steinberg.|
|LC Classifications||HM263 .S83 1973|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 470 p.|
|Number of Pages||470|
|LC Control Number||72012146|
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MASS COMMUNICATION CHAPTER STUDY. PLAY. Mediated comm= all messages in which there is a device, third party, or electronic mechanism. Mass comm= a process in which professional communicators use technology to share messages over great distances to influence large audiences (Dainton and Zelley) Mass media influences and are influenced by.
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Mass messages. The thing the communicators are communicating. Mass audience. The receiving end of the message; the person reading the book or listening to the song; Subjects.
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This book pays special tribute to Professor James D. Halloran at his retirement after 18 years as president of the International Association for Mass Communication Research.
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Theoretically, it’s never been easier for mankind to communicate. Mass communications is the transmission of information to large numbers of people through the mass media. Mass media includes newspapers, magazines, television, radio, film, websites, and any technology that allows for the dissemination of information to the public.
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The information included is sure to allow users to understand the rapid transformations taking place in the field.Even today, books play an important role in mass communication, the sending, receipt, and exchange of information on a wide scale.
Books take a long time to produce, provide in-depth information. Communicators know the amount of information that they lose when they communicate via email, phone, IM, or texting.
The youngest generation at work may not recognize the importance of talking with coworkers in person. If you want information that is richer and deeper, and for discussion and exchange, solid communicators seek out their : Susan M.