what is media lit
what is media lit
I believe that media literacy is based on the power media of any means have in this century. Media literacy may even by the way they transform information and the way the words are use. Things like social media, YouTube, news are different forms of media literacy. I think a major factor in media literacy may come in forms of videos or audio. We may use media literacy to study and analyze different way we express ourselves in form of videos, social media, and even music is are some of the big ways we can interact with this way of literature. As technology grow and improves so is media literacy since it can spread out to other countries. Media literacy can mean power to how ever may be behind it since they can persuade others, spread their ideas. YouTube is a big way of media literacy since it includes videos that includes music to news and ideas of people with access to internet. Media literacy may be positive but also it may be negative which teenagers and adults are able to understand better. Media literacy is what the future is going to be more like. Its people experience we can use to reflect. In this 21st century any one can create media literacy they can be simple as videos to PowerPoint to magazine. Advertising, propaganda are other ways media literacy is use to market products. Media literacy has influence and expanded during this century and it’s still growing; Media literacy is the future of reflecting and analyzing information.
some of the popular apps or ways of communications we have that allows to connect with other
music is power
music notes are words and they transmit messages to who ever hears them
The French revolution well took place in France during the years of 1789-1799. It was radical social and political upheaval in both French and European history. The French revolution was the end of the monarchy that had been ruling France for the past couple of years. It was an epic transformation that France went through. Old ideas about hierarchy and tradition over taken to new Enlightenment principles of citizenship and inalienable rights. The French Revolution began in 1789 with the convocation of the Estates-General (Listverse.) Estates-General was a meeting with representative of each group was called to solve political crisis. Charles Alexandre de Calonne (1734-1802), proposed a financial reform package that included a universal land tax from which the privileged classes would no longer be exempt which was the reason of having the Estates-general. All of this was after the country was left in bankruptcy after its involvement in the American Revolution.
France’s population had changed considerably since 1614. The non-aristocratic members of the Third Estate now represented 98 percent of the people but could still be outvoted by the other two bodies. In the lead-up to the May 5 meeting, the Third Estate began to mobilize support for equal representation and the abolishment of the noble veto–in other words, they wanted voting by head and not by status. The wave of revolutionary fervor and widespread hysteria quickly swept the countryside. Revolting against years of exploitation, peasants looted and burned the homes of tax collectors, landlords and the seigniorial elite. Known as the Great fear this inspired the National Constituent Assembly to abolish feudalism on August 4, 1789, signing what the historian Georges Lefebvre later called the “death certificate of the old order” (History.)What marked the end of the French revolution was when Napoleon Bonaparte appointed himself first consul. Now it was the start of the Napoleonic era in which France would dominated most of Europe.
We can compare the Arab uprising to the French revolution since it was a change in power and others countries followed. This is what had made the French revolution powerful since it lead to the overthrow of the monarchy just like many Arab nations. After the revolution many people saw the truth and knew they did the right movement.
Author, No. "Top 10 Revolutions Felt Around the World - Listverse." Listverse. Listverse, 04 Oct. 2010. Web. 19 Apr. 2016.
History.com Staff, History.com Staff. "French Revolution." History.com. A&E Television Networks, 01 Jan. 2009. Web. 19 Apr. 2016.
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As social media began to take over it is only working and increasing its power. We not only allow it to but follow its path. We’ve come to the point that if its not posted we even question ourselves if it happened,our world is compose of posting thing on our social media and we slowly become addicted. This semester I have post more thing on social media and it was basically what I ate, who I saw, what I did, and even how I felt at times. We post picture or videos on snapchat while ignoring the real people that are there with us in the moment.We must learn to cherish those who still care and love us before loving and caring becomes inexistent. we take face to face communation by granted but it's necessary for us to know how to communicate with each other without the help of any social media .this generation has be taken by surprise by technology and along with social media that even at the lunch table we can't have normal conversation with eachother without paying more attention to our phones and what tend on social media . My friends and I do something to change the way social media can effect our communation. We all put our phones in the middle and who ever touches the phones pays for everyone tab ,it a fun thing to do and it let us focus more on our life and talk about plans for the weekends. I don't mind using social media but there should be a limit of where and when not to use it .