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Cultivation Theory Presentation for Comm 201

Cultivation Theory Presentation for Comm 201

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  • 1. Who here watches television?
  • 2. Children do
  • 3. Even minions do
  • 4. Do YOU?
  • 5. What if I told you that there was a theory related to the watching of television
  • 6. Seriously?
  • 7. Yes! It’s called the….. Cultivation Theory
  • 8. It states that the amount of television a person watches effects that person’s behavior and perceptions of society
  • 9. Huh?
  • 10. Basically television can cause people to behave and act differently
  • 11. It was invented by George Gerbner and Larry Gross who derived the theory from research relating to the cultivated effects of television to its viewers
  • 12. Well the type of television YOU are watching can effect the way YOU act
  • 13. However some scholars feel the theory has more to do with the effects rather than the “who” or “what” is being influenced
  • 14. This is Fred. Fred loves watching crime shows such as CSI, NCIS, Castle, and Law and Order.
  • 15. So to conclude…
  • 16. Always think about what YOU watch on television because it could relate to how YOU act