Questions related to Media Sociology
There is a well-described Knowledge Creation Process by the seminal Socialization, Externalization, Combination and Internalization (SECI) model by Nonaka and Takeuchi (1995).
Then there is also the Learning Organization idea by Senge. Are these two related to each other?
What is your opinion? Can you suggest some of your papers in this area?
Do you think that the new media coverage increases the objectivity of the media and information provided to the public?
However, in recent years, on the basis of the development of behavioral economics, there are more and more data and results of research carried out, that unfortunately there are many examples suggesting the irrationality of some economic decisions.
Often, consumers make unnecessary purchases based on an efficiently carried out advertising campaign for products or services.
Perhaps consumers are more and more often susceptible to the impact of effective advertising campaigns, in addition to traditional media, also in new online media, including on social media portals, where viral marketing is widely used.
Often in advertising campaigns, specific products and services are presented as unique, innovative or having such features as opposed to the substitutional offer of competition.
The message that is not always formulated in the advertising campaign is truthful, but some consumers may receive such a message as objective and this translates into an increase in the sale of a specific, effectively advertised assortment.
Do you agree with my opinion?
The problems of the analysis of information contained on social media portals for marketing purposes are described in the publication:
I invite you to discussion and cooperation.
A couple of years ago newspapers have been full with articles about bird flu, although there have been hardly any deaths caused by it. In contrary, the danger that comes from fake medicines sold over internet is hardly discussed in the media, although it has caused more deaths than bird flu.
Is there a theoretical framework that can explain why some issues become a subject of public debate and why others not? I can imagine that there is something like a norm entrepreneur (in international relations theory) but being not a media sociologist, I don't know the references.
Any help/idea is appreciated.
I define "bookish social media" as bookish minded communities on popular social media sites (i.e. BookTube, #bookstagram, book blogs, etc.). Any literature you think might be of value to read would be appreciated!
Can anybody recommend an appropriate methodology and statistical test to study media coverage of hate speech?
By folk media I mean traditional means of communication like music, dance, rituals and oral narratives. Using which I want to understand the social set-up of a community.
I am beginning a project analysing print media/web-based articles on poverty/welfare benefits. I have a great collection of articles in my project using NCapture. I would appreciate any advice on any traps/pitfalls others have found using this program.