what are historical and contemporary roles of media in society?

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No some deserve it. They keep inventing crisis just to drag you though the next set of commercials and called WW2 Dauntless dive bomber pulled from the lake last year a "fighter Jet" It wasn't a jet or even a fighter. They also called a C-130 a jet and often call a shotgun a rifle. I realize that ...

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How and why the media's value extends beyond entertainment value

Recently, Edelman released summary findings of its fourth annual Trust in the Entertainment Industry study. The notable highlight is that over 70% of people 18-34 in the U.S. consider social networking to be a form of entertainment. Over the past year, Edelman found a significant rise in the ...