TV Portrayals of the Family Systems in Turkey and Mobility

Pembecioğlu, Nilüfer
March 2012
Scientific Journal of Humanistic Studies;Mar2012, Vol. 4 Issue 6, p212
Academic Journal
Television has an impact on the society and vice versa. These parallel but contrary tunnels carry the implications of family in two different ways. On the one hand, new approaches begin to appear to understand, decipher, interpret and represent modern society, and on the other hand, some new dimensions are added to the production and consumption values. Thus, modeling the family via TV is becoming a matter to sell. The media representations are sometimes internalized more than the reality and the impact is emphasized and acknowledged in a deeper sense.


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