CULTURAL FORUM

Title: CULTURAL FORUM
Category: /Social Sciences/Communication Studies
Details: Words: 1275 | Pages: 5 (approximately 235 words/page)
CULTURAL FORUM
Defining the cultural forum, Newcomb and Hirsch explain that television serves as a medium whereby "contemporary cultures examine themselves through their arts." Examining current television programming, an argument can be made that the medium has and continues to benefit society in providing responsible and informative information. In addition, television programs have provided an effective vehicle to address important social issues effecting various sectors of society including women, minorities, and children.         In today's television programming, several …showed first 75 words of 1275 total…
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…showed last 75 words of 1275 total…progressively contribute to society. The inclusion of violent and sexual content within programming are obvious front runner arguments that television has contributed negatively to society. Analyzing television programming as a whole, however, reveals a greater contribution to consumers in providing accurate and timely information via news, a forum for discussing topics popular within society via talk shows and investigative programming, and advancing the cause of various ethnic and gender roles within society via entertainment programs.                           

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