COM 400 ~ WEEK 2 – Additional DQ Response Questions - 12263

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1.      WK2-Additional Questions:Corporate Ownership: (DUE: Tuesday, May 29th)  Min. 100 Word Count

 

Critics of media concentration claim that corporate ownership is killing hard-hitting journalism. Based on this week’s reading and your own experience, do you agree? Why or why not?  

 

 

 

 

2.      WK2-DQ#1-Additional QuestionWireless Technologies:(DUE: Tuesday, May 29th)  Min. 100 Word Count

a.     Do wireless technologies give you more information? How?

1)     What are some positives and negatives of these technologies?

2)     Are these effects going to increase or decrease in the near future?

 

3.      WK2-Additional Question: Stricter Regulation (DUE: Wednesday, May 30th)  Min. 100 Word Count

 

Do you believe that stricter regulation of mass media, particularly broadcasting, is in the public interest? Justify your answer.

 

 

 

 

4.      WK2-Additional Questions:Technical Difficulties: (DUE: Wednesday, May 30th) Min. 100 Word Count

 

Do you find that currently, as a society, we are having more or less technical difficulties with our technology? Explain yourself.

 

 

 

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1.      WK2-Additional Questions:Corporate Ownership: (DUE: Tuesday, May 29th)  Min. 100 Word Count

 

Critics of media concentration claim that corporate ownership is killing hard-hitting journalism. Based on this week’s reading and your own experience, do you agree? Why or why not?  

ANSWER:

 

According to Bucy (2005),“Online, any number of activities and transactions are now becoming personalized, made possible by collaborative filtering software that compares Web users’ stated preferences, purchasing history, and clickstreams (surfing patterns) with those of other users to generate custom offers. Increasingly, software is enabling users to find not just products but potential dates through online dating services like Match.com. Through search engines and other online resources, the Internet has made social life both more convenient and more exposed. Game culture ha