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Dr. Tamaro Green

Mass media communications and culture

2020-11-09

The growing mass media communications may have unforeseen effects in various regions (Parashar & Sreenivasan, 2015).  Parashar and Sreenivasan (2015) explain possible negative cultural outcomes for the influence of mass media in developing countries.  Banday and Mattoo (2013) explain how social media can be implemented in e-governance for benefits such as civic empowerment, municipal efficiency, enforcing regulations, and informing voters.  He and He (2015) describe the development of mass media and its influence in education.

Regulation and lack of regulation can vary for different regions in the communication industry (Wang & Chen, 2012).  Kalombe and Phiri (2019) suggest that the print media industry in developing countries may find ways to target digital audiences to compete with online media.  Oyenuga (2014) indicates the dangers of vertical mergers raising costs of competing businesses and possibly leading to detrimental effects on consumer markets.  Wang and Chen (2012) model the effects of trusts among competing firms in different countries according to their regulations.  Shelanski (2006) discusses challenges and makes recommendations for how federal agencies may govern media companies.

Orben, Dienlin, and Przybylski (2019) suggest that researchers and policymakers cooperate on understanding effects of social media after studying the influence of social media on analytics.  van den Eijnden, Lemmens, and Valkenburg (2016) also measure social media addiction in analytics and attempt to develop a means to identify social media disorder.  Amedie (2015) argues that despite the positive benefits of social media for sharing information, there are also negative aspects associated with psychological disorders and criminal activities.  Thompson, LaRocca, Gallagher, and Cintron (2009) consider how internet and communication networks affect voting, election information, and news media.

 

 

 

Amedie, J. (2015). The impact of social media on society. Santa Clara University Scholar Commons: Advanced Writing: Pop Culture Intersections, 2.

Banday, M. T., & Mattoo, M. M. (2013). Social media in e-governance: A study with special reference to India. Social Networking, 2, 47-56.

He, L., & He, J. (2015). The revolution of communication media and its impact on education. Open Journal of Social Sciences, 3, 123-127.

Kalombe, C., & Phiri, J. (2019). Impact of online media on print media in developing countries. Open Journal of Business and Management, 7, 1983-1998.

Orben, A., Dienlin, T., &Przybylski, A. K. (2019). Social media’s enduring effect on adolescent life satisfaction. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 116(21), 10226-10228. doi:10.1073/pnas.1902058116

Oyenuga, A. (2014). Vertical mergers, raising rivals’ costs and foreclosure in a network industry. Modern Economy, 5, 443-460.

Parashar, A., & Sreenivasan, G. (2015). Mindset shaping by media: An overview of media technologies leading towards media imperialism in media mix. Social Networking, 4, 17-21.

Shelanski, H. A. (2006). Antitrust law and mass media regulation: Can merger standards protect the public interest? California Law Review, 94, 371.

Thompson, K., LaRocca, D., Gallagher, P., & Cintron, J. (2009). Impact of internet and communication networks and technologies on concepts of and forms of democratic government and rule. (Senior Research Project (CC499-05)- Capstone Course), Queensborough Community College,  CUNY,

van den Eijnden, R. J. J. M., Lemmens, J. S., & Valkenburg, P. M. (2016). The social media disorder scale. Computers in Human Behavior, 61, 478-487. doi:https://doi.org/10.1016/j.chb.2016.03.038

Wang, J.-S., & Chen, Y.-S. (2012). The impact of different antitrust laws on the actions of cartels. Theoretical Economics Letters, 2(5), 455-458.



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