본문내용Broadcasting through the radio and television has been played in American society as it has reshaped the country's politics, economy and culture. Broadcasting media allowed Americans to appreciate the condidates themselves. But television has also trivialized politics, overemphasizing image and exposed Americans too much information. Broadcasting provides free entertainments in the home, but it made the people as a commodity sold to advertisers who try to persuade to by there product. And it has both expand and narrowed people's horizons. Television broadcasting began in the late 1920s, and spread rapidly, and occure consumer culture after war. In the late 1950s, television broadcasting which made to sell the product, became more and more short thirty second and simple. As the pace and intensity of advertising increased, the images of television became more homogenized and idealized white middle-class families and norms. Television excluded diversity and elevated consumerism into a national obsession. Television in the 1960s, was an agent both of conformity and of rebellion, providing some images that unified America and others that reflected, and sometimes excerbated, the country's deep radical, class, and gender divisions.
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