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    New Media In the latter half of the 1800s and moving forward into the twentieth century, new forms of media began to spring up, which drastically changed the way art was created and produced. The invention of the camera and motion pictures evolved art in a way that the question of which art forms should really be considered art was asked. In an article written by Domenica Quaranta, she brings up this question and provides some analysis. Her biggest point states that while a media may be new now, it will at some point become old like everything else, so media shouldn’t determine whether or not something is considered art (Quaranta 2011). Computers changed art even more, allowing digital creating and editing to be completed on a screen. With the accessibility of computers, cameras, TVs and movie players, anybody could now watch or create their own art, advancing art to a whole new level. Nam June Paik was a Korean artist who created the video art TV Buddha. In this setup,…

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    technology compromised our sexual and social life? As technology has become an integral part of our lives, people start questioning whether or not we are too addicted to it that we could give up our social life. A survey conducted by Sachs media group in 2013 shows that majority of respondents would not give up their smartphone for a week, given the choice among sex, smartphone, alcohol and caffeine (Sachs media group, 2013). The statistics presented through the infographic “What Won’t We Give…

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    on the issue of rather the TV news media covering the looting, rioting, and fighting instead of the peaceful protest, the loved ones of Michael Brown and the death. This also became an issue because the TV news media allowed the opportunity to interview people that were protesting, which expressed their anger. I believe that the media helped the crime that took place during the protest. They focused so much on this issue because it was called a racial issue and the protest and outrage resulted…

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    Nowadays, the process of sharing and exchanging information and news among different people of different countries in different continents isn’t a complexity anymore, with various sources of the updated media. However, as different headlines and news broadcasted by the media circulates, women are coercively targeted and resultantly have to deal with the false representations of women fabricated by the manipulating media. Black women largely occupy the population of women being wrongly…

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    An attempt, therefore, to understand how teachers can incorporate the concept of interactivity within the classroom, should begin with demystifying the concept itself. Miller (2014) also says it is a two-part word made up of a prefix inter and a second part active – indicating an “active relationship between two entities” where both entities are responsive to each other. Further, England, E. and Finney, A. (2011) says the challenge of defining what is Interactive content” stems from how the…

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    1.1.1 Role of media trial in administration of justice of the juvenile. While discussing the Nirbhaya gang rape case and the role of the accused juvenile; discussing the role of media trial in the present day becomes extremely relevant. ‘Media trial’ or ‘trial by media’ is a phrase popular in the late 20th and early 21st century to describe the impact of television and newspaper coverage on a person's reputation by creating a widespread perception of guilt or innocence before, or after, a…

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    In Learning To Love The (Shallow, Divisive, Unreliable) New Media, James Fallows expertly gives a general view of what the “New Media” is and how it affects the world today. Fallows discusses media’s change over time, the dying art of journalism, and how citizens of today must “[face] the inevitability of the shift to infotainment.” According to Fallows, the new media is difficult to understand, because of how contradictory it is. Although citizens complain about the lack of “real” information,…

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    Just What Is It That Makes Today’s America So Different? is based off Richard Hamilton’s style of collage. Specifically, the work that first inspired it was Hamilton’s Just What Is It That Makes Today’s Homes So Different, So Appealing? from 1956, which parodied advertising images (Usborne 112). Hamilton’s style was attractive because it has a clear voice about American advertising and what Americans are attracted to or reeled in to like. So many of the things that are advertised today or are…

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    “post-journalism era” (Bolin, 2014, 338), more of the news is becoming saturated with sensationalism and with an influx of, according to Nguyen (2012), lifestyle journalism. Which is, as believed by Nguyen (2012) the entertainment oriented “marginalisation and trivialisation of public affairs” (Nguyen, 2012 p. 1), that is the catalyst in “...the ‘dumbing down’ of news” (Nguyen, 2012, p.1). For the past decades the blurring of entertainment and information has been on the rise (Fursich, 2012) so…

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    series of negative effects, the channels of acquiring knowledge become increasingly abundant. The new media invented in…

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