Media, technology, communication, art, and science are intersecting in powerful new ways that are saturating our society and transforming our world. Bernard Luskin (2017) calls media psychology “a specialty whose time is now.” In 1998, he described the “socio-psychomedia effect” as a neologism combining sociology, psychology, and media (pictures, graphics, and sound). Media psychology and media studies are different fields, however they both require an understanding of “the physical and emotional…
The true power of branding can only come from within, by deeply knowing oneself and understanding who you are, what you stand for and what matters to the fans, followers or clients in your target market.
In 2017, Channel 13 News in Albany, NY reported on a story that came out in the New York Times. In the reporting, the victim-blaming was rampant and inappropriate. I analyzed the transcripts an gave it a grade.
The more severe the humiliation and trauma, the more likely its victims are to become suspicious of and paranoid about the intentions of others towards them. Once humiliated, there is often a powerful feeling that ‘the self’ will never be repaired