Processing politics : learning from television in the Internet age

Doris A. Graber

How often do we hear that Americans are so ignorant about politics that their civic competence is impaired, and that the media are to blame because thay do a dismal job of informing the public? Integrating a broad range of research on how people learn, this text shows that televised presentations - at their best - actually excel at transmitting information and facilitating learning. The author critiques political offerings in terms of their compatibility with our learning capabilities and interests, and she considers the obstacles, both economic and political, that affect the content we receive on the air, on cable, or on the Internet.

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How often do we hear that Americans are so ignorant about politics that their civic competence is impaired, and that the media are to blame because thay do a dismal job of informing the public? Integrating a broad range of research on how people learn, this text shows that televised presentations - at their best - actually excel at transmitting information and facilitating learning. The author critiques political offerings in terms of their compatibility with our learning capabilities and interests, and she considers the obstacles, both economic and political, that affect the content we receive on the air, on cable, or on the Internet.

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書名 Processing politics : learning from television in the Internet age
著作者等 Graber, Doris A.
Graber Doris A.
シリーズ名 Studies in communication, media, and public opinion
出版元 University of Chicago Press
刊行年月 c2001
ページ数 xiii, 231 p.
大きさ 24 cm
ISBN 0226305767
0226305759
NCID BA52224467
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言語 英語
出版国 アメリカ合衆国
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