Discuss Different Factors Related To The Reporting Of Myths As Facts In Mass Media. In Your Discussion, Include The Various Reporting Sources (E.G., Local, Network, And Print).
he specifics on security vulnerability assessments (SVAs) for any given critical infrastructure or support organization responsible for a critical infrastructure. This module/week provides a summary of conditions, factors, and states of existence in which it may become necessary to provide levels of countermeasures for remediation efforts of any vulnerability discovered or known. This module/week is one of the more critical modules/weeks in this course, as any professional, specialist, or technician who is responsible for a critical infrastructure or any aspect of a critical infrastructure, should have a fundamental understanding of what is involved in securing an organization’s or industrial sector’s infrastructure.
What is the difference between a quantitative and qualitative risk assessment? What are the benefits of conducting a SVA? Consider and discuss key terms from the readings when evaluating the benefits.
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about the media and disaster mythology. Why do Americans believe disaster mythology? The primary source of disaster information for most Americans is the mass media. Images of what Chernobyl survivors must have endured have been created through exposure to television and print news. Similarly, the mass media influenced the general public’s perception of the damage resulting from Hurricane Andrew in Homestead, Florida, in August 1992. Since most Americans rely upon various forms of mass media to obtain information about what occurs before, during, and after a disaster, the accuracy of their perception is dependent upon the media.
If the media accurately portrays how citizens and emergency personnel respond, the viewer is more likely to gain an accurate perception, and vice versa. To explain the process by borrowing from the symbolic interaction theory, the looking-glass self is developed through your interaction with others. Your perception of yourself is based upon your perception of others’ perceptions of you. People generally act as if the perception is reality, which, of course, may be a misconception. Regardless of whether your perception is accurate, you usually respond on the basis of it being real.
Discuss different factors related to the reporting of myths as facts in mass media. In your discussion, include the various reporting sources (e.g., local, network, and print). How does reporting (facts and myths) affect the general population and decision makers? Clarify the issues being discussed by relating them to scriptural and biblical principles and personal experience.