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headline

Overview page. Subjects: Media Studies — Marketing.

A large-print text at the top of an article, broadcast, news story, advertisement, or blog, concise, reductive, often in colour, designed to grab the attention of the reader, viewer, or...

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hegemonic masculinity

Overview page. Subjects: Sociology — Media Studies.

The mythology of gender dominant within cultural representations of males, reflecting normative behavioural ideals for males in a culture in a particular period (regardless of the actual...

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incorporation

Overview page. Subjects: Social Sciences — Media Studies.

1. (ideological incorporation) In Marxist theory, the disputed notion that the dominant ideology in a capitalist society functions to incorporate the working class, thus...

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indirect relationships

Overview page. Subjects: Media Studies — Social Sciences.

*Impersonal, institutional relationships between people, mediated by bureaucracies, organizations, markets, corporations, and technological systems (especially information technology). The...

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information overload

Overview page. Subjects: Accounting — Media Studies.

A term coined by Toffler referring to a subjective experience of individuals in the modern world in which they feel overwhelmed by more data than they feel able to handle. See also future...

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interactive television

Overview page. Subjects: Media Studies — Marketing.

A broad category of actual and potential television applications that opens up a channel of communication between the programme-maker and the viewer or develops the television along the...

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interviewer bias

Overview page. Subjects: Media Studies — Sociology.

A distortion of response related to the person questioning informants in research. The interviewer's expectations or opinions may interfere with their objectivity or interviewees may react...

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looking-glass self

Overview page. Subjects: Media Studies — Sport and Leisure.

A term introduced by Cooley to refer to the dependence of our social self or social identity on our appearance to others, especially significant others. Our self-concept or self image—the...

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marginalization

Overview page. Subjects: Sociology — Media Studies.

(sociology)

A spatial metaphor for a process of social exclusion in which individuals or groups are relegated to the fringes of a society, being denied economic, political, and/or...

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mass consumption

Overview page. Subjects: Media Studies — Human Resource Management.

Is the purchase of standardized products or services by large numbers of customers. Traditionally, it has been associated with mass production and the techniques of Fordism. However, some...

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