The advantages and disadvantages of mass media
Mass media play a very important role in our everyday life. They serve to inform people of different events that take place or may happen. Also they entertain people or even help to make their life better. But the most important thing that newspapers, radio or TV bring to people is information. The process of sharing information in the modern world is extremely intense. In all countries is becoming more complex social cultural phenomenon that applies to various activities and is inseparable from the study of languages, political and social, economic, scientific, educational and technological development. That is why a significant and constant amount of information students receive through the media. Print media has traditionally been one of the main means in the system of mass media. The print media includes newspapers, magazines, brochures, newsletters, books and even leaflets and pamphlets. Visual media like photography can also be mentioned under this sub-head, since photography is an important mass media, which communicates via visual representations. Although, it is said that the electronic or new media have replaced the print media, there exists a majority of audiences who prefer the print media for various communication purposes. Newspapers are a valuable source of educational material such as learning a foreign language. They offer an interesting, topical and various information. Students can actively use newspaper in addition to the textbook and as an additional source for reading and writing. Reading the documentary essays, various articles, advertisements, etc. to help students apply grammar and quantitative skills, understand the importance to keep abreast of current events. Also students can discuss what they have read the next day in the class. Some researches have found that the...
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