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媒体通信口头辩论

论文作者:www.51lunwen.org论文属性:议论文 Argument Essay登出时间:2016-05-13编辑:lily点击率:1317

论文字数:1383论文编号:org201605091423022912语种:英语论文 English地区:英国价格:免费论文

关键词:媒体思想影响

摘要:本文就媒体在当今社会发挥的作用个,对人们思考模式和行为方式产生的影响进行分析,对媒体对人们产生的影响程度进行探讨,并得出不应让年轻人太多接触媒体以免受到影响的结论。

媒体通信口头辩论

人们很容易发问,媒体在当今社会到底对人们的思考模式和行为产生了怎样的影响。它们是否对思维的形成产生印象,是否唤起厌恶感,或甚至引发侵略?如果是的话,我们又要思考它们操纵人们到了怎样的程度。是不是如果人们看电视、听广播、读报纸的话,思维模式就会被严重地影响到?其实并非如此。当然,媒体有时常常被用于不道德的目的,它们非常不易被察觉,而且常常需要背景知识信息才能看穿他们。利用此类信息,我们可以看出人们是如何为自己的思维方式负责,而不是任由媒体控制他们的想法。问题出现了,那么媒体是为谁而存在的呢?事实上,媒体需要底层阶级到中产和高层阶级的共同支持。有些事情发生时,媒体是否保持中立在我们看来没有任何区别,比如说我们听到远东地区有个灾难,伤亡惨重这类的消息。然而,当我听到关于全球经济事件或者战争问题的讨论时,就大有不同。

Oral Debate In The Media Communications Essay
Published: 23, March 2015

One could rightly ask what effects the media have on today's society in terms of thinking and behavior. Do they form opinions, evoke antipathy, or generate aggression? If so, one may wonder to what extent they manipulate people. Is it the case that if people watch TV, listen to the radio, or grab a newspaper, they will most certainly be severely deformed as to thinking. This is hardly so. Still, the media can be used for unethical purposes, those which are occasionally undetectable, those which generally require some background information to be able to see through them. Using this kind of information, we will see how people are generally responsible for their own ways of thinking rather than the media controlling their thoughts.Question arises then, who the media are really meant for. In fact, the media equally need people from lower classes and others from middle or upper classes. It makes no difference in people's eyes whether the media are neutral or not, however, when we hear about, for example, a catastrophe in the Far East with a high total number of casualties. It does make a difference, nevertheless, when global economy issues or war resolutions are being discussed. It has actually happened several times in the history of mankind that some kind of media leakage caused huge problems and conflicts between global superpowers. One example is the Zimmerman Telegram (1917), which basically evoked the United States's declaration of war against Germany in WW1. What happened was that during the Mexican - American War (1846-1848), the Foreign Secretary of the German Empire, Arthur Zimmermann, sent a coded telegram to the German ambassador in Washington, Johann von Bernstorff who, at Zimmermann's request, forwarded it to the German ambassador in Mexico, Heinrich von Eckardt. The telegram was basically about Germany's possible support of Mexico against the USA. It was first intercepted and decoded by British cryptographers and then revealed in the American press on March 1, causing a public outrage. Though not having been the only reason for the U.S.'s entrance into the war, the Zimmerman Telegram contributed to this step to a large extent (Wikipedia.org). The media, thus, no doubt can even start wars and debates all around the world.

Media coverage, however, is usually not about coded messages. Forms of aggression, anger, and dissonance are shown day by day on national commercial and state-run TV channels, often scheduled on weekday afternoons and evenings when underage youngsters are free to watch them. What people see on television, therefore, can truly evoke strong impressions, but, on their own, they are not able to force people act like they would never do anyway.

The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends that kids under 2 years old not watch any TV and that those older 2 watch no more than 1 to 2 hours a day of quality programming. The first 2 years of life are considered critical 论文英语论文网提供整理,提供论文代写英语论文代写代写论文代写英语论文代写留学生论文代写英文论文留学生论文代写相关核心关键词搜索。

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