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Four ways in which adolescents can be responsible
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Adolescents can be responsible by taking care of their responsibilities and accepting blame when they do something wrong. This applies to doing their work on time in school, getting a part time job to help pay for their living expenses and by not getting in trouble with law enforcement.
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Checks & balances that are in places in SA that control and regulate media
Weegy: Laws concerning the media and political control over its content are generally considered to be moderate and there is little evidence of repressive measures against journalists. [ [ [ [ In consequence, South Africa is ranked joint 31st (with Australia) in Reporters Without Borders' worldwide index of press freedom 2005. However, there has also been criticism of certain aspects of the freedom of the press in South Africa. All the large daily newspapers are owned by the four largest media firms, which could lead to pro-corporate bias.[citation needed] In addition, the South African Broadcasting Corporation (SABC), the public broadcaster, is funded by the ANC-majority government. Some media aspects of the Oilgate scandal[1] have also been a cause for concern as was the banning of the publication of the cartoons of the Prophet Muhammad in South Africa by Judge Mohammed Jajbhay on 3 February 2006.[2] According to media reports, the SABC blacklisted certain commentators and analysts which may be critical of the government.[3] Recently, the Protection of Information Bill and the proposed Media Appeals Tribunal has caused controversy both domestically and abroad with allegations that press freedom is under threat. ] ] ] (More)
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Suggest two ways in which the media can be rectfied
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2ways in which the media does not reflects the society
Weegy: ] Does the media (print, [ broadcast and mass entertainment) matter? Do they change society or merely reflect society? Or do they reflect the changes made by others? Look carefully at the Frankfurt school as a source of information. The media is an integral part of modern life experience in western society today (Giddens 2001, 452). It surrounds us in its various forms through each waking moment of our lives, whether TV or radio, newspapers and magazines or most recently the internet and mobile phones. The extent of media penetration into people's lives leads to many questions concerning the relation of society and the media: does the media matter, does it change or reflect society and if so, what parts of society? This kind of questioning of the modern mass media was pioneered by the Frankfurt School in the 1930s, who examined the economics of the mass media, or 'culture industry', as well as recognising them as significant agents of socialisation, reifying or creating social norms and ideologies in the interests of the dominant social groups (Hardt 1979, 28f.; Curran & Seaton 2003, 323-29). This essay will explore these questions. Perhaps the most significant difference between modern and past societies is the existence of the mass media. The development of printing and the spread of paper manufacture represented the first major advance in the dissemination and preservation of information since the invention of the book form (Gardiner & Wenborne 1995, 618). A consequence of cheaper reading matter, made cheaper and more available still by the industrialisation of the process in the late 18th and 19th centuries, was a rise in literacy, which in turn led to the increasing politicisation of the mass of society and a press reckoned by some to express public opinion and make governments accountable (Curran & Seaton 2003, 4). Even before those developments, pamphleteering, made possible through the burgeoning print media, aided the spread of ideas essential ... (More)
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investigate and explain 3 roles and 3 responsibilities of media.
Weegy: Three roles of media: 1. Act as mirror of society to inform the people. 2. Bridge communication gaps between different sections of society. 3. Critically analyse public policies, social and cultural issues in the society. [ 3 Responsibilities of Media 1. Initiate dialogue between different sections of the populace including decision makers. 2. Refrain from misleading public by selling news or sensationalizing of trivial news. 3. Represent all the facts and opinions in the balanced form without bias. ] (More)
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