Objectives: Weekly Objectives: Assess the impact that the media and movies influ

Objectives:
Weekly
Objectives:
Assess the impact that the media and movies influence
public perceptions of risk.
Evaluate how public administrators can mitigate the
impact of the media on risk perception.
CO3
– Analyze various techniques and tools for dealing with media influence and
when protective orders do not make sense.
For week
six, the readings and discussion posts will help students master the course
objective of analyzing various techniques and tools for dealing with media
influence and when protective orders do not make sense. This material and
activity will also assist students in achieve
the learning objectives of assessing the impact that the media
and movies influence public perceptions of risk and evaluating how public
administrators can mitigate the impact of the media on risk perception.
You may
recall the last movie you watched about a disaster and wondered just how much
of the movie could be based on real life. Or you may recall watching the
effects of disaster on the news and wondering how things got so bad. When
considering how people understand and internalize a movie or a news report, why
do we care how people understand what will happen during the impact of a hazard
with society and can public administrators do anything to reduce the negative
effects of mass media on public perceptions?
At
a minimum, you should support your initial and subsequent
responses with citations from the readings, but also from outside
academic sources if you can (not your opinion or based upon one
persons experience).
Students
will prepare one response related to the required readings for the module to
help stimulate interest and facilitate discussion. The response should attempt
to assimilate the content of each of the readings into one larger context as
defined in the discussion instructions. Each student is expected to respond to
a minimum of two other student’s original response. However, this is not simply
a post a response forum. As the title states, it is a discussion. You are to
pay attention to the discussions and reply to other students when asked for
clarification or when engaged in discussion.
Initial
response requirements should be not less than 100 and not more than 150 words,
use in text citations to support your response, proofread your response, and do
not attack the question on a personal level. Subsequent required responses
should be not less than 50 and not more than 100 words. This is not
about your opinion of the discussion content, and we do not make personal
attacks on each other. This is about having an adult and intelligent discussion
while providing an opportunity to learn from one another.
Write in simple, effective, straightforward English.
Avoid slang.
Keep your comments concise, and write directly in
response to the discussion.
Refer to comments by previous students when applicable,
and DO NOT simply repeat what someone else has already written.
When responding to your peer’s posting, do not just say
“I agree” or “I disagree.” Back up your response with facts from the
textbook or other professional sources. Be able to cite (in text only)
where you obtained your information. Do not use full citations in text.
Only Author(s) – Date format.
Proofread your post carefully before submitting it.
And, always follow the rules of netiquette: https://students.lamar.edu/academic-support/code-of-conduct.html. and
https://www.education.com/reference/article/netiquette-rules-behavior-internet/
The
original post and (2 )response post scoring rubrics are contained
in “Content” located in the left-hand column of your course
Blackboard.

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Weekly
Objectives:
Assess the impact that the media and movies influ appeared first on Course Hero.

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