Tepecık, Adnan; Pazarlioğlu, Mehtap
September 2008
Ekev Academic Review;Fall2008, Vol. 12 Issue 37, p255
Academic Journal
The mass communication means with the increasing importance in the 20th century has become a part of people's lives in the 21st century. Now thanks to the mass communication means it is possible to feel as if an event taking place in the other end of the world takes place next to us and to reach detailed information on many subjects of curiosity. Print and visual media is, in one sense, the starting point of the society and the source of their knowledge and viewpoints. The objective of this study to put forward whether the print media with so much power to influence the society informs people about the art events. The main remarkable task of media is education apart from its functions like reporting, propaganda, entertainment and advertisement. In this respect, this study makes a research on the extent of the news in the print media regarding the art events and how it realized the presentation of the news with a view to convey art education to the society. The research is limited with the news on art events published in Sabah, Cumhuriyet and Zaman Newspapers in 1997 and 2006 which are examined in the archive of the National Library. Three newspapers are examined individually and comparisons have been made among them. The study attempted to find answers to the questions regarding the extent of the art event presence in the print media and whether the presentations they made gave to the society awareness to view these events in the venues of display.


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