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Q: Imagine that you are in a situation for an extended period of time without access to mass media. Would your life style be significantly different? Explain.
A: well yes it would , without TV and hear the news or music or even a movie it will make me bored . Reading a news paper can makes us smart because we find information's or documentary in it . Without it it would be very hard
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User: Imagine that you are in a situation for an extended period of time without access to mass media. Would your life style be significantly different? Explain.

Weegy: well yes it would , without TV and hear the news or music or even a movie it will make me bored . Reading a news paper can makes us smart because we find information's or documentary in it . Without it it would be very hard
Controler|Points 1116|

User: How would you define media literacy? What do you think it would take to be considered “media literate”?What might the advantages be?

Weegy: Media literacy is a repertoire of competences that enable people to analyze, evaluate, and create messages in a wide variety of media modes, genres, and formsMedia literate people should be skillful creators and producers of media messages, [ both to facilitate understanding of the specific qualities of each medium, as well as to create independent media and participate as active citizens. Media literacy can be seen as contributing to an expanded conceptualization of literacy, treating mass media, popular culture and digital media as new types of 'texts' that require analysis and evaluation. By transforming the process of media consumption into an active and critical process, people gain greater awareness of the potential for misrepresentation and manipulation (especially through commercials and public relations techniques), and understand the role of mass media and participatory media in constructing views of reality ]
selymi|Points 7942|

User: Although in some ways postmodern forms of communication, such as e-mail, smartphones, and Twitter, have helped people participate in global life, do you think these media have also caused harm to traditional or native cultures? If so, how and why? If not, why not?

Weegy: The minuses are that all of this sharing can be dangerous, through gossip and potential abuse of the services. Examples include reported suicides linked to malicious gossip circulated on a social network. [ Some people become addicted to life on the computer screen, and withdraw from personal contact ? it's a long way from people sitting on the porch talking to friends and neighbors. ]
onefastgirl|Points 476|

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