Media influence or media effects are used in media studies, psychology, communication theory and sociology to refer to the theories about the ways in which mass media and media culture affect how their audiences think and behave.
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... While mainstream media had a role in the perception of the movement, it was African-American media outlets that most meaningfully portrayed the MOWM ...
... The presence of the media at riots has had a significant impact on water cannon use ... There is much pressure on police departments to avoid bad publicity, and water cannon often play badly in the press ...
... States, there is a proliferation of advertising on mass media that relates to the purchase of high calorie, high fat food from fast food restaurants ... Mass media has been supported by the nutrition field, to direct the public’s nutrition-related behaviors to healthier ways ... in entertainment programs on mass media will be cost-effective and promising ...
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“Mix salt and sand, and it shall puzzle the wisest of men, with his mere natural appliances, to separate all the grains of sand from all the grains of salt; but a shower of rain will effect the same object in ten minutes.”
—Thomas Henry Huxley (182595)
“The media transforms the great silence of things into its opposite. Formerly constituting a secret, the real now talks constantly. News reports, information, statistics, and surveys are everywhere.”
—Michel de Certeau (19251986)