Media studies is the study of the forms, content, history, institutions and effects of media, particularly contemporary mass media, including books, radio, film, television, photography, digital and print forms. Media studies draws on the disciplines of mass communication and communication studies, as well as philosophy, literary theory, psychology, political science, economics, sociology, social theory, art history, criticism and information theory. Media studies examines the evolution of media experiences, the design of emergent media and use of participatory media, as well as the cultural implications of emerging media forms
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