Economic Crisis Effects Reflected in the Mass-media Speech
Considered as the fourth Power in the state, mass media succeeds in transforming by the power of information the entire planet into a “global village”, rendering by specific means the crisis and after-crisis situations, the dramas that the world economy is facing on a micro and macro scale. The fact that mass-media influences upon the dynamics of the society is a well known fact, however how does this influence take place has been and still is one of the studies of communication scientists. Mass-media has the capacity to shape the perception of the individuals, groups, institutions and that of the entire society. Also, media has the capacity to coagulate the public opinion and how the image of the world is perceived by modifying attitudes and feeling, reaction implicitly leading to a change in the way individuals and the entire society act and this reflects to the economic environment as well.
Volume (Year): XI (2011)
Issue (Month): 2 (May)
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