The Meaning Of The O S-O-R Model In Political Communication

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This paper has discussed the meaning of political communication and what is the O-S-R-O-R model and its meaning in political communication. I transition into an instance in life that present my topic of unemployment benefits and unemployment in general. Then I present an overview of unemployment benefits and meaning. Next, I write about how unemployment benefits and unemployment relates to the O-S-R-O-R model in politics. I also discussed how it is portrayed and relayed in the media and what the public things about it along with what the government information that is given. In it I discussed how unemployment and unemployment benefits relates to Mississippi and how the rates of unemployment are high and how the need the unemployment benefits …show more content…
Mississippi, although not the highest, is still high in unemployment and have many reasons to keep unemployment benefits in fact because of the absence of jobs. I did not discuss some reasons behind that, but two ideas to consider as to why would be is it because of the people, the limited amount of resources, or both. One would argue the people because people either do did not complete high school, have high school education but no college, or have college education and limited to no training. So would the people be at fault for not having the education for the job that are out there in the market? On the other hand, would the problem be the limited amount of resources available in order to get the jobs. The resources in this case could be not having transportation in an area. It could also be the job not being able to offer on the job training in lieu of not having the education required. Others may not have the current income to extend afford advance levels of education because of their constrained amount of income which may include the use of the unemployment …show more content…
On the other hand, when it comes to degree driven individuals both sides argue for reasons it should not be extended and reasons for why it should be extended. Both have very logical reasons in the article written by U.S. News in the opinion and debated topic of Should Congress Extend Federal Unemployment Benefits? This is where both sides or argues for anyone who researches more information on it and its affects it could or do possibly have on the government. We also have the public opinion from people who are actively receiving it to the individuals who feel that it affects their lively hood especially when they are able work without needing unemployment benefits. This sentiment is also shown through the media who at times can be full of helpful information, but also due to level of importance and what build public controversy may only give partial

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