School shootings, terrorist attacks and airplane crashes, as well as the incessant onslaught of violence from all forms of media, can have long-lasting psychological repercussions and ultimately lead to thoughts of our world falling apart, stress and anxiety.
There is also a symbiotic relationship between social media users and the press: younger journalists use social media to track trending topics.
These messages promote not only products, but moods, attitudes, and a sense of what is and is not important. They can easily communicate with the public and gather them together by "share" and "like it", which will benefit their political activities especially for presidential campaigns, because social media can help the candidate get their vote.
Nevertheless, mass media can also hinder political transparency as well as help it. Both groups of researchers find that when people approach material, whether written text or media images and messages, they interpret that material based on their own knowledge and experience.
Not always sometimes we become so lonely that these people can influence our thoughts and opinions. These are the effects of mass media especially in teenagers, they buy what they see on tv, what their favorite celebrity advertise and what is acceptable by society based on the fashion that the media has imposed on them.
Many maintain a Facebook page or a blog. There are three basic assumptions.