Pluralist view on media globalisation

?
  • Created by: ecotts
  • Created on: 30-12-17 17:11
View mindmap
  • Pluralist
    • Intro
      • Mass cultures allows people the opportunity to gain access to the media and be able to pick what culture they want to engage with
        • the choice allows individuals to engage with wider ranger of cultural diverts that may have not been able to before media became so globalised
      • They believe there is not such thing a popular or mass culture
        • There is too much of a range of media products
    • Opposition to marxism
      • The range of media products available expand sources of entertainment rather than dumping them down
      • Tomlinson
        • Cultures aren't swallowed up, but there is a hybridisation of cultures
      • People have so much choice of media content
        • It is impossible for one master idea to dominate; people can interpret
    • Difference to post-modernism
      • They are quite similar in their approach
      • However they do not focus on media saturation as they recognise the audience interpet text differently

Comments

Bennett273

Report

People need to understand media globalization and how things are working in the current era. The help4assignment.co.uk review providing writing services on every topic for us.

nickjok

Report

Hi all! Thanks for the interesting article about Pluralist view on media globalisation. Fit My Money had published a post about this. Just visit https://fitmymoney.com/funeral-loans/ FMM is a financial education project. Thousands of readers every day scroll through the website to find the decision to their money problems

williamliz

Report

I do not completely agree with the Pluralist View on media globalization. Because if you cannot pass the five nights at freddy's 4 challenge, all rules become meaningless

aliacacia

Report

Pokerogue retains the fundamental aspects of poker, requiring players to build strong hands to succeed in battles and overcome challenges.

Similar Sociology resources:

See all Sociology resources »See all Mass Media resources »