[ mˈiːdiːəsi], [ mˈiːdiːəsi], [ m_ˈiː_d_iː__ə_s_i]
How to use "Mediacy" in context?
The term "mediacy" has been defined variously as the process or practice of creating or transmitting messages, or as the medium itself. Whatever its precise meaning, the term has come to be widely used in media studies and communication studies as a way to think about both the ways in which media content is created and consumed, and the relationships between media producers, consumers and the various media industries.
In media studies, the concept of mediacy has been used to explore a variety of topics, including the ways in which media shapes public opinion (and vice versa), the ways that media affects individual behavior, and the ways that media industries operate.
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