The Media And Its Influence On Politics

1643 Words Nov 21st, 2014 7 Pages
In a reasonable world we expect that all sources of media will gather different acts and situations and broadcast it fairly, and responsively. Each individual relies on the media in order to receive information daily. The question raised in this essay is “Has the media shown news accurately, fairly or even completely?” And “How has it brought down the economy”. Throughout this essay I will look into the media and its influences that it has on politics, Its Government and the economy that surrounds itself within it.

The history of Canada’s economics begins with the farming, hunting and even the ability to trade amongst the First Nations. With the arrival of the Europeans in the 16th century the Canadian economy has undergone a series of shifts. Such as the transcontinental fur trade, the advancement in fishery, rapid urbanization and various technological change. Though many industries have come and gone, Canada’s dependences on natural resources from timber to fur has made it known to its exporters that without their help the ability to produce the many luxuries that are available wont be possible. So what does this have to do with the media?

The media has always had a strong hold on community and social life. It allows information from each part of the world to travel within seconds, and it supports advancement in product recognition. From different types of food, to the consistent upgrades of technology, media promotes a sense of selfishness and pride on his hold on…
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