Mass Media And Politics Famous Quotes & Sayings

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Mass Media And Politics Sayings By Ray Bradbury: Digest-digests, digest-digest-digests. Politics? One column, two sentences, a headline! Digest-digests, digest-digest-digests. Politics? One column, two sentences, a headline! — Ray Bradbury
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Mass Media And Politics Sayings By Terence McKenna: Not to know one's true identity is to be a mad, disensouled thing - a Not to know one's true identity is to be a mad, disensouled thing - a golem. And, indeed, this image, sick-eningly Orwellian, applies to the mass of human beings now living in the high-tech industrial democracies. Their authenticity lies in their ability to obey and follow mass style changes that are conveyed through the media. Immersed in junk food, trash media, and cryp-tofascist politics, they are condemned to toxic lives of low awareness. Sedated by the prescripted daily television fix, they are a living dead, lost to all but the act of consuming. — Terence McKenna
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Mass Media And Politics Sayings By Richard Hofstadter: The growth of the mass media of communication and their use in politics have brought The growth of the mass media of communication and their use in politics have brought politics closer to the people than ever before and have made politics a form of entertainment in which the spectators feel themselves involved. Thus it has become, more than ever before, an arena into which private emotions and personal problems can be readily projected. Mass communications have made it possible to keep the mass man in an almost constant state of political mobilisation. — Richard Hofstadter
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Mass Media And Politics Sayings By Bell Hooks: As all advocates of feminist politics know most people do not understand sexism or if As all advocates of feminist politics know most people do not understand sexism or if they do they think it is not a problem. Masses of people think that feminism is always and only about women seeking to be equal to men. And a huge majority of these folks think feminism is anti-male. Their misunderstanding of feminist politics reflects the reality that most folks learn about feminism from patriarchal mass media. — Bell Hooks
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Mass Media And Politics Sayings By Sara Sheridan: The mass communications that could enable our politics for good have instead turned it into The mass communications that could enable our politics for good have instead turned it into a bland conglomeration of stinted opinion cloaked in the occasional media frenzy of blame or denial. — Sara Sheridan
Mass Media And Politics Sayings By Haroutioun Bochnakian: Democracy is a continuous, open process of civility.A democracy can never be "done"; updating democracy Democracy is a continuous, open process of civility.
A democracy can never be "done"; updating democracy can never be over.

Democracy can be nothing else but a continuous process, because we use it to organize our life, and life is nothing but a continuous process.

Democracy can be compared to an operating system or an anti-virus software; if it does not get perpetually updated, it becomes obsolete very fast.

Trusting the updates or the "improvements" of democracy to the elected and the owned mass media is like trusting the updates of an anti-virus program to virus creators; it defeats the purpose of updates or improvements. — Haroutioun Bochnakian
Mass Media And Politics Sayings By Parker J. Palmer: There's often a distressing disconnect between the good words we speak and the way we There's often a distressing disconnect between the good words we speak and the way we live our lives. In personal relations and politics, the mass media, the academy and organized religion, our good words tend to float away even as they leave our lips, ascending to an altitude where they neither reflect nor connect with the human condition. We long for words like love, truth, and justice to become flesh and dwell among us. But in our violent world, it's risky business to wrap our frail flesh around words like those, and we don't like the odds. — Parker J. Palmer
Mass Media And Politics Sayings By T. Rafael Cimino: When the media enjoy such excessive profits from this mass hysteria, what incentive do they When the media enjoy such excessive profits from this mass hysteria, what incentive do they have to restrain it? — T. Rafael Cimino
Mass Media And Politics Sayings By Ulrich Beck: Neither science, nor the politics in power, nor the mass media, nor business, nor the Neither science, nor the politics in power, nor the mass media, nor business, nor the law nor even the military are in a position to define or control risks rationally. — Ulrich Beck
Mass Media And Politics Sayings By Robert Hughes: It seems obvious, looking back, that the artists of Weimar Germany and Leninist Russia lived It seems obvious, looking back, that the artists of Weimar Germany and Leninist Russia lived in a much more attenuated landscape of media than ours, and their reward was that they could still believe, in good faith and without bombast, that art could morally influence the world. Today, the idea has largely been dismissed, as it must in a mass media society where art's principal social role is to be investment capital, or, in the simplest way, bullion. We still have political art, but we have no effective political art. An artist must be famous to be heard, but as he acquires fame, so his work accumulates 'value' and becomes, ipso-facto, harmless. As far as today's politics is concerned, most art aspires to the condition of Muzak. It provides the background hum for power. — Robert Hughes
Mass Media And Politics Sayings By Dick Morris: (Howard Dean) is proving that the Internet is a better, cheaper, and faster way to (Howard Dean) is proving that the Internet is a better, cheaper, and faster way to raise money than the old glad-handing of special interests and fat cat donors. He's also about to demonstrate that the Internet is a better place to spend campaign dollars than are TV stations and media time buys. The fact that Internet communications is free makes one-on-one retail politics more effective, more rapid, and less costly than mass communication. — Dick Morris
Mass Media And Politics Sayings By Bell Hooks: Young girls and adolescents will not know that feminist thinkers acknowledge both the value of Young girls and adolescents will not know that feminist thinkers acknowledge both the value of beauty and adornment if we continue to allow patriarchal sensibilities to inform the beauty industry in all spheres. Rigid feminist dismissal of female longings for beauty has undermined feminist politics. While this sensibility is more uncommon, it is often presented by mass media as the way feminists think. Until feminists go back to the beauty industry, go back to fashion, and create an ongoing, sustained revolution, we will not be free. We will not know how to love our bodies as ourselves. — Bell Hooks