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Chapter one

posted Aug 29, 2011, 6:46 AM by clayton otto
    In Chapter one, while I was reading I learned how people communicate in the early 1900s and how it has changed in modern day.  I thought that the culture section was brought in very well and explained and said with chapter one.  When you are in a culture you communicate with your ideas and explore your feelings as well as other people in the group.  Mass Communications is the process of explaing to a mass group of audiences of designing cultural and stories.  I think that learning alot with mass communications would be to watch the news and and listen to music and the lyrics that the artist is saying, which is mass media.
    In the real world when you want to get your point out you have to present it to infront of people.  So in the Oral and Written eras in Communications, people all over the world use this type of communication.  When something bad happens in the world or if its good news you most likely be able to find it on some sort of internet site like, facebook, twitter, or even CNN.  When it came time to look at the news or read it most the most was TV the reason being in my thoughts is that the news anchors show pictures, videos and they even have a crew to talk about how the storm is or whats going on in a court case.  Between the two catagories of TV and Computers they combined for a 57% of how people find out about whats going on in the world.