BridgeCity Interview: Entertainment v. Propaganda

Canadians enjoy the escapism of movies and television. Is it just harmless entertainment or does this stuff have an actual tangible effect on our social behaviors? Today’s society is the […]
Published on September 24, 2018

Canadians enjoy the escapism of movies and television. Is it just harmless entertainment or does this stuff have an actual tangible effect on our social behaviors? Today’s society is the most entertainment focused of all time. Some would argue that our media simple reflects our social reality but is it possible that producers are intentionally trying to shape and influence our social norms.

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