3 edition of Philippine mass communications found in the catalog.
Philippine mass communications
John A. Lent
|Statement||by John Lent.|
|Contributions||Philippine Press Instutute.|
|LC Classifications||P92.P6 L46 1967|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||179 p. :|
|Number of Pages||179|
|LC Control Number||93233267|
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The Spanish Period started in and ended in Crispin Maslog in his Philippine Mass Communications, a Mini-History stated that though the written works under this era were produced by the Spaniards and were written in Spanish as a tool to epitomize their powerful colonial rule over their colonies, this was still the period that marked the foundation of a press in our country – a.
Telecommunications in the Philippines are well-developed due to the presence of modern infrastructure facilities. The industry was deregulated in when President Fidel Ramos signed Republic Act (The Public Telecommunications Policy Act of the Philippines).
This law opened the sector to more private players and improved the provision of telecom services are better and fairer rates. “Mass communication--wonder as it may be technologically and something to be appreciated and valued--presents us wit a serious daner, the danger of conformism, due to the fact that we all view the same things at the same time in all the cities of the country.
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If you remember our definition of mass communication as the public transfer of messages through media or technology driven channels to a large number of recipients, you can easily identify the multiple forms of mass communication you rely on in your personal, academic, and professional lives.
Philippine English (similar and related to American English) is any variety of English native to the Philippines, including those used by the media and the vast majority of educated Filipinos.
English is taught in schools as one of the two official languages of the country, the other being Filipino ().Due to the highly multilingual nature of the Philippines, code-switching such as Taglish Language family: Indo-European.
Mass Communication: Definition. Mass communication is a process in which a person, group of people, or an organization sends a message through a channel of communication to a large group of. Mass communication, in fact, is the product of mass media entities. It incorporates different functions, among which are the functions of a mediator, a transmitter, a data provider, a data gatherer, a maintainer and a supporter, as defined by Mary Cassata and Molefi Asante in.
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