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09 The Pervasiveness Of The Technological Media
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09 The Pervasiveness Of The Technological Media

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  • 1. THE PERVASIVENESS OF THE TECHNOLOGICAL MEDIA  Modern Communication Technology Prepared by: FOR-IAN V. SANDOVAL
  • 2. Modern Communication Technology We live in a world in which instantaneous communication is a common place. Centuries, such a phenomenon would have bee seemed impossible, maybe the stuff of dreams and poetry. TV camera can cover and transmit live any significant event around the globe. Modern communication technology has immensely increased man’s ability to witness events as they happen, thus greatly
  • 3. Modern Communication Technology Increasing our exposure to “messages” that can inform, educate, entertain, reform or created monetary and other benefits to man. For educators this communication phenomenon has vast implications. For example many TV programs are today utilized for commercial entertainment. However, there is the critical need for broadcast programming to improve so that the various radio and television programs can contain educational,
  • 4. Modern Communication Technology social, cultural and human values. While media communicators play an educative role for the society that they serve, educators need to understand that the media communication technology can vastly increase their ability to transmit educative messages within the educational setting. Communication must therefore be well understood in order to utilize the process effectively for the general purpose of human
  • 5. Modern Communication Technology development. Not only are there many concepts to learn and understand, skills to must be honed so that use of communication tools may serve as man’s instruments for attaining higher quality of life, not only within our society, but also within the context of societies around the world which has, through modern technologies, shrunken into a global village.

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