By Donald Miller, Julie Smith, Art Silverblatt, Nikole Brown
This e-book bargains a severe method for the research of media literacy. partly One, the writer furnishes the theoretical instruments (the "keys") that might allow scholars to spot and examine messages conveyed in the course of the media. partially , they're given the chance to use those keys to numerous media codecs: journalism, ads, and political communications. the ultimate part discusses vital matters in media communications: media and violence, media and kids, media and social swap, and worldwide communications. excellent for faculty classes targeting the subject of media literacy, this article is additionally followed because the basic textual content in numerous different media-related classes, akin to media feedback; media study; advent to Mass Communications; Media and Society; media seminars; and schooling classes in communications, language arts, or social experiences
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Additional info for Media Literacy: Keys to Interpreting Media Messages (4th Edition)
A computer software program enables studio engineers to compress a speaker’s presentation, speeding up the delivery of the speaker, eliminating pauses, and removing what is known as “redundant” data from within words. By shortening a long syllable, engineers can free up to four minutes per hour for additional commercials. However, accelerating the pace of the presentation can alter its meaning as well. ”29 Moreover, condensing the presentation can make the presentation difficult to follow, which affects how the audience interprets messages.
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Media Literacy: Keys to Interpreting Media Messages (4th Edition) by Donald Miller, Julie Smith, Art Silverblatt, Nikole Brown