The term “media” refers to all means for social media in your community news and non news, locale and national. In just over a decade, the influence of social media has evolved beyond being an amusing extra into a fully integrated part of almost every aspect of everyday life for many people. This chapter will discuss the changes within the mass media in the new century and cognize how the traditional media have evolved over the twenty-first century. Besides, it will identify how mass media personnel consider the audience an integral part of business concerns and recognize how mass media personnel consider the audience an integral part of business concerns. Morover, the chapter will highlight the relationship between mass media, innovation, and people. Over the past century, life span has significantly changed, and the advancement of media technology is a major reason for it. Compare a day in a contemporary onse’s life with a day in the life of someone from the old generation. Nowadays, there is smartphone, T.V, laptop, easy-to-access internet everywhere, while back in those days, it was almost impossible to find or to imagine having any of these decives.
Part of the book: Off and Online Journalism and Corruption
Being multilingual is a valuable advantage in today’s global society, which is right at everyone’s doorstep. Language and the ability to communicate are important skills to possess. These skills are particularly useful for healthcare professionals because without effective communication, it is tricky to collect reliable information, inform patients of a diagnosis, and/or engage them in developing a management plan. This chapter discusses the connection between speaking several languages and speaker’s mind health. New research on multilingualism has impacted the author insight into the effect of learning and using two or more languages on cognition, the brain, and success and well-being across the lifetime in the last twenty years. The notion of learning various languages expose the linguistic and cognitive development in the community, the latest findings imply that people gain a swathe of health benefits, becoming more open to different languages and new learning in general. An old saying says, speaking more than one language inevitably means that one’s have access to more than one culture, the person tend to have a better understand of intercultural differences and the nuances of different subcultures within an entire culture. The finding of the study shows that knowing several languages support ones life style, boost to live longer and the speaker become a certain kind of personification of cultural dynamicity and cross-culture exchange. Consequently, multilingualism has a range of social, psychological, and lifestyle benefits. Furthermore, experts are discovering a slew of health benefits from learning multiple languages, including quicker stroke recovery and delayed dementia development.
Part of the book: Multilingualism