Mass media essay

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7. MASS MEDIA

Masmédiá

Mass media consists of information sources like radio, television, internet and some other things that are used by many people. Television and internet are most used. We can see and hear news from around the world. Radio also brings music and news. Books supply older and more detailed material. We also have social sites, where people around the world can communicate together.

We can divide mass media as:1.) Printed Media - books, newspapers and magazines.2.) Electronic Media – TV, radio, internet. PRINTED MEDIA – printové médiáNewspapers - noviny

newspaper is a publication written by journalist and printed on paper. It is regular source of daily or weekly information. It gives information and opinions about actual events and news. You can buy a newspaper at a store or at a news stand. Also, newspapers can be delivered to your home if you pay for them.

What does the newspaper contain? – Čo obsahujú noviny?

Newspapers usually contain a lot of topics to read. They usually include political events, crime, business, sports, science and healthcare. Many of them also include weather news. Newspapers use photography to illustrate stories, and also often include comic strips and other entertainment, such as crosswords and horoscopes. They also often have opinion sections. The opinion sections print the opinions of people who work for the newspaper. These opinions, which are usually on stories in the news, are called editorials. Opinion sections usually also print short letters from people who read the newspaper. After being read, it can be recycled. Usually people like to read them to stay informed about their local city or state.

Worldwide favourite news is: People’s Daily, Daily Mail, New York Times, Forbes, The Guardian…

MAGAZINES - časopisyWhat is the difference between newspaper and magazine?Magazines are divided according to the content.A magazine looks like a type of thin book that people read. However, magazines are not like regular books. This is because a new version of the magazine is printed many times each year. Magazines are periodical as newspaper because they are printed regularly. Magazines are printed on paper but we can also read them online. Some examples of a magazines are time, vogue, glamour. There are magazines printed about many things. Magazines are similar to newspapers, but usually new versions take longer to make, they cost more money, and they are in colour on every page. Also, sometimes magazines come with little gifts to reward the readers who buy them. 

ELECTRONIC MEDIA – elektronické médiáInternet is a connection among computers anywhere in the world depending on routers and servers. When two computers are connected over the Internet, they can send and receive all kinds of information such as text, graphics, voice, video, and computer programs. No one owns Internet, although several world organizations work on its functions and development. The high-speed, fiber-optic cables (called backbones) through which the bulk of the Internet data travels are owned by telephone companies in their respective countries.

The Internet grew out of the Advanced Research Projects Agency's Wide Area Network (then called ARPANET) established by the US Department of Defence in 1960s for sharing information within military (army).

 SOCIAL NETWORKS – sociálne sieteThere some are websites that bring people together to talk, share ideas and interests, or make new friends. This type of collaboration and sharing is known as social media. Unlike traditional media that is typically created by no more than ten people, social media sites contain content created by hundreds or even millions of different people. Below is a small list of some of the biggest social networks used today.Facebook is the most popular social networking websites on the Internet. It was established by Mark Zuckerberg. Facebook is a popular destination for users to set up personal space and connect with friends, share pictures, share movies, talk about what you're doing, etc. Instagram is mobile photo sharing service and application available for the iPhone, Android, and Windows Phone platforms. People usually use Instagram for marketing. The most popular pictures on Instagram are photos of food and fitness people.

Twitter is a service that allows users to post 140 character long posts from their phones and on the Internet. It is another way to get the pulse of what's going on around the world. Donald Trump, the American president, also uses this social network.

YouTube is a network for users posting video blogs (Vlogs) and other funny and exciting videos. We can also find almost every song there and follow and support our favourite singers with likes and subscribes instead of buying CDs.

WHY DO PEOPLE USE SOCIAL MEDIA? – Prečo ľudia používajú sociálne médiá?

Social networks help people keep connected with their friends and family and are an easy way to find what everyone is up to each day in your social circle. Social networks can also be used to find fun and interesting things on the Internet since often your friends and family will share many of the same interests as you.

HOW DO YOU CREATE AN ACCOUNT ON A SOCIAL NETWORK? – Ako si vytvoríte účet na sociálnej sieti?

The process of creating a new account for a social network differs for each social network. In general, visit the social network website where you want to create a new account and look for a link near the top of the page named "Sign Up", "Create New Account", or something similar.

Follow the account creation steps to create your new account. You will likely need to provide your name, age range, and e-mail address at a minimum. Additional information may be required, depending on the requirements of the social network.

DANGERS OF THE INTERNET AND WHAT CHILDREN SHOULD NOT DO WHILE ON THE INTERNET? – nebezpečenstvá internetu a čo by deti nemali na internete robiť

Personal Information - Never share personal information about yourself in chatrooms, on web pages, or with online forms. Examples of personal information include age, physical description, selfies, phone numbers, e-mail and webcam addresses, usernames, or location related information. Additionally, information like passwords, Internet Service Provider name, where you attend school, and your grade, should not be shared.

Never meet someone - Never agree to meet an individual from the Internet without the parents or guardian at the agreed meeting location.

Internet Purchases - Never enter an area that costs money, requires a credit card, requires personal information, asks for passwords, or requires you hang up and dial another number without permission from a parent.

Downloads - Never accept a file or download from another user.

Web page - Do not visit web pages that are sent to you in e-mail, chat, or instant messengers without a parent or guardian present.

Gifts - Never accept any gift from users you meet online.

Personal pictures - Never send someone a personal picture online or on a cell phone.

Talking about sex or provocative images - When online don't talk about sex, post provocative images, or tease other people online.

The child should not be afraid to talk to you - If your child ever witnesses something that upsets them or makes them feel uncomfortable, make sure they know it's ok to talk with you.

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