Nubila Education | GCSE Sociology | Mass Media in Society Booklet

The Nubila Education Mass Media in Society Booklet has been created according to the AQA General Certificate of Secondary Education in Sociology 2014 specification. This document includes requirements from the specification subject content.

DISCLAIMER NOTICE: All content of this document is copyright Nubila Education and all rights are reserved. This includes, but does not exhaust, all logos, text, illustration and designs. Distribution of this document, including any of the contents, under a name or claimer other than Nubila Education is strictly prohibited. Schools and colleges are permitted to freely reprint the booklet as they please as well as displaying digital versions on intranets, internal networks and on school digital learning spaces. This document was created in 2016 by Blake Hull, Founder of Nubila Education, as a method of revision during his studies in Year Eleven at Outwood Academy Valley.

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The Mass Media in
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Sociology
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Defining Mass Media

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Effects of Mass Media
3 Socialisation and Mass Media
4 Politics and Mass Media
5 Power and Mass Media
6 Representations in Mass Media
7 Crime and Deviance in Mass Media
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Definition
The term mass media refers to methods of communication of which
reach a large audience.

Defining Mass Media
Types of Media
Traditional media (newspapers, radio, books) are limitted to a local or
national audience new media (internet, television, video games) can
reach an international audience, due to…

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the red button on their
controls to explore their purposes. Many people switch from traditional
own interests and many
reality television shows to new media since convergence is
convenient.
give the audience the opportunity to vote.
Dispersion New media is less centralised, meaning that anyone can
create and spread their…

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Effects of Mass Media T o p i c
Hyper-reality
This is where you lose sense of the difference between the real world
and the media-created world. The more information, ideas and images
you are exposed to, the less able you are to separate the two worlds.
This can…

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de-coded in a number upon their use of it. People use the mass
of ways. The way
someone de-codes media for their own needs and desires.
content is dependent
upon their culture, There are four possible uses of the media.
gender, age and
social class. For This includes information (news),…

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Socialisation and Mass Media T o p i c
An Agent of Socialisation
Socialisation is the process through we learn the culture, norms and
values of the society of which we are born into. An agent of
socialisation is a group or organisation which contributes to the
process of…

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traditional cultures.
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Political Socialisation
We live in a democracy, which is a political system that enables the
people in society to elect the local and national government. Political
socialisation is the process through which we aquire political
knowledge and beliefs. These influence how we participate, or don't
participate, in the political process.…

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Politics and Mass Media
Political Newspapers Affiliation 1945 of - National
2010
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The Nubila Education Mass Media in Society Booklet has been created according to the AQA General Certificate of Secondary Education in Sociology 2014 specification. This document includes requirements from the specification subject content.

DISCLAIMER NOTICE: All content of this document is copyright Nubila Education and all rights are reserved. This includes, but does not exhaust, all logos, text, illustration and designs. Distribution of this document, including any of the contents, under a name or claimer other than Nubila Education is strictly prohibited. Schools and colleges are permitted to freely reprint the booklet as they please as well as displaying digital versions on intranets, internal networks and on school digital learning spaces. This document was created in 2016 by Blake Hull, Founder of Nubila Education, as a method of revision during his studies in Year Eleven at Outwood Academy Valley.

  • Created by: Nubila_Ed
  • Created on: 26-02-16 19:38

Pages in this set

Page 1

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The Mass Media in
Society Booklet.
Sociology
GeneralCertificateofSecondaryEducation

Page 2

Preview of page 2
Content
1
Defining Mass Media

2
Effects of Mass Media
3 Socialisation and Mass Media
4 Politics and Mass Media
5 Power and Mass Media
6 Representations in Mass Media
7 Crime and Deviance in Mass Media
Nubila Education | GCSE Sociology | Mass Media in Society Booklet
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Topic

Definition
The term mass media refers to methods of communication of which
reach a large audience.

Defining Mass Media
Types of Media
Traditional media (newspapers, radio, books) are limitted to a local or
national audience new media (internet, television, video games) can
reach an international audience, due to…

Page 4

Preview of page 4
the red button on their
controls to explore their purposes. Many people switch from traditional
own interests and many
reality television shows to new media since convergence is
convenient.
give the audience the opportunity to vote.
Dispersion New media is less centralised, meaning that anyone can
create and spread their…

Page 5

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2
Effects of Mass Media T o p i c
Hyper-reality
This is where you lose sense of the difference between the real world
and the media-created world. The more information, ideas and images
you are exposed to, the less able you are to separate the two worlds.
This can…

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de-coded in a number upon their use of it. People use the mass
of ways. The way
someone de-codes media for their own needs and desires.
content is dependent
upon their culture, There are four possible uses of the media.
gender, age and
social class. For This includes information (news),…

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3
Socialisation and Mass Media T o p i c
An Agent of Socialisation
Socialisation is the process through we learn the culture, norms and
values of the society of which we are born into. An agent of
socialisation is a group or organisation which contributes to the
process of…

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traditional cultures.
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Political Socialisation
We live in a democracy, which is a political system that enables the
people in society to elect the local and national government. Political
socialisation is the process through which we aquire political
knowledge and beliefs. These influence how we participate, or don't
participate, in the political process.…

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Politics and Mass Media
Political Newspapers Affiliation 1945 of - National
2010
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