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Selective mass communication.
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Selective exposure is a theory within the practice of psychology, often used in media and communication research, that historically refers to individuals' tendency to favor information which reinforces their pre-existing views while avoiding contradictory information.
Selective exposure has also been known and defined as "congeniality bias" or "confirmation bias" in various texts throughout. Selective mass communication. [Jarko Cerha] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help.
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Selective Exposure Theory & Public Speaking Mass communication is the communication of information from a person, small group of people, or an organization to a large group of heterogeneous.
W e noted in Chapter 10 (Selective and Limited Influences Theory) that extensive research on the influences of Selective mass communication. book communication content on behavior-conducted within the quantitative rules of the social sciences-began nearly a century ago with. the Payne Fund : Melvin L.
DeFleur, Margaret H. DeFleur. Katz, Elihu. On reopening the question of selectivity in exposure to mass communication.
In Theories of cognitive consistency: A sourcebook. Edited by Robert P. Abelson, et al., – Chicago: Rand McNally. Selective mass communication. book Citation» This text is a review of the early research into selective exposure, focusing on exposure to mass communication.
was in the same thread with small effect studies in mass communication in s. Cognitive dissonance theory Before the selective exposure theory was put forward, Festinger() published a book, Theory of Cognitive Dissonance, and explained the cognitive dissonance theory, which assumes that all human beings pursue consistency in their mind.
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Mass communication is a term, which refers to the different methods used by individuals and institutions to disseminate information and distribute content to certain parts of the population at the same time through the mass media. Mass communication, in fact, is the product of mass media entities.
It incorporates different functions, among. Mass media refers to the technologies used as channels for a small group of people to communicate with a larger number of people.
The concept was first addressed during the Progressive Era of the s, as a response to new opportunities for elites to reach large audiences via the mass media of the time: newspapers, radio, andthe three forms of traditional mass media. Selective exposure to communication. [Dolf Zillmann; Jennings Bryant;] Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: Dolf Zillmann; Jennings Bryant.
Find more information about: ISBN: # mass communication and mass media. Chaffee, in International Encyclopedia of the Social & Behavioral Sciences, Mass communication study was closely identified with empirical research methods during the middle of the twentieth century.
Wilbur Schramm led in its development as a field of social science and it is also associated with empirical research on interpersonal and organizational communication.
“Mass communication--wonder as it may be technologically and something to be appreciated and valued--presents us wit a serious daner, the danger of conformism, due to the fact that we all view the same things at the same time in all the cities of the country.
- selective perception and retention i.e., people's inclination to organize the meaning of mass communication messages into accord with their already existing views.
3) TWO STEP FLOW THEORY. In the early 40"s, before the invention of television, Lazarsfeld, Berelson and Goudet conducted an American survey on mass campaigns. Importance of Selective Exposure. The concept of selective exposure can be traced to the presidential campaign, when Lazarsfeld, Berelson, and Gaudet () noticed that partisans encountered congenial messages more often than uncongenial ones.
This observation in many ways previewed what has become the most frequently cited rationale for selective exposure, Festinger’s. Since the midth century, communication researchers have recognized that audience members selectively expose themselves to information and opinions congenial to their pre-existing views.
While this was a controversial idea during the broadcast era of mass media, the expansion of media choice on television and use of information communication technology has brought increased attention to. View our complete catalog of authoritative Mass Communication related book titles and textbooks published by Routledge and CRC Press.
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