Media Psychology



  • File Size: 5.0 MB
  • Length: 200 pages
  • Publisher: ANish Publications (November 11, 2019)
  • Publication Date: November 11, 2019
  • Language: English


Media Psychology

As defined and explained in the mass communication textbooks, media is a tool of transferring ideas, thoughts, and inspirations from one mind to the other at an individual level or mass level. Psychology has a concern with both the individuals and groups how, when, and why they chose media to influence them or others. World politics and social reforms desire to bend and manipulate the message and mold it in their propaganda.

In this book, a student and active participant in electronic media with a keen interest in world politics and psychology specialization, Ali Muattar, is sharing his views on different aspects of media psychology. How does one affect the other, and how they help each other understand the reality of truth in a national and international context? And how it changes the meaning of media and medium from one mind to another.

All those who are interested in media in any aspect. This book aims to fully understand the psychology of media and the mechanisms that are always in search of a truth seeker who wants to see the real facts out of propaganda and miscommunication.