By Richard Jackson Harris
With this fourth variation of A Cognitive Psychology of Mass conversation, writer Richard Jackson Harris keeps his exam of ways our studies with media have an effect on the way in which we collect wisdom concerning the international, and the way this information creates
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We return to this issue in chapter 3. Time-of-Day Differences. Television viewing also changes sharply throughout the day. m. m. Central and Mountain). These are the hours of highest advertising charges and greatest investment and innovation in programming. The most obvious pinnacle of such efforts may be seen in the prime time “sweeps weeks” in February, May, and November, in which Nielsen audience size over a 4week span is used to calculate advertising charges for the next several months. These are the weeks when the networks outdo themselves presenting blockbuster movies, specials, and landmark episodes of top-rated series.
As applied to media, this principle states that (1) people believe that others are more vulnerable to persuasive messages and other media influences than they are themselves, and (2) such perceptions can influence behavior. This principle, soundly supported by research, suggests that people think other people are more influenced by ads, more corrupted by negative media values, or more encouraged to follow antisocial media models than they themselves are. , 2001). A variety of explanations for this robust finding have been offered, as well as conditions affecting it (see Perloff, 2002, for a review).
In spite of their regional character, newspapers are becoming increasingly similar, a trend attributable to a consolidation of media ownership to fewer and fewer sources and also an increasing reliance by most newspapers on a few international wire services like Associated Press (AP), Reuters, and Agence France Presse (AFP) as news sources. 4 RADIO IN NAMIBIA (WRESCH, 1996) Sparsely populated and largely undeveloped, the southern African nation of Namibia was plundered under German and, later, South African, colonial rule before its independence in 1990.
A Cognitive Psychology of Mass Communication by Richard Jackson Harris