Frank Hadpludingburg

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Frank Hadpludingburg
Posted over 2 years ago
Does the media choose our presidential candidates for us?
I think that when trying to find to what extent the media sways the votes, you have to look at the given change in public opinion in regards to the different tools politicians have to influence it... once you know that, you have to look at the media's power to decide what to show and how to show it and deduce what their capacity to warp reality is. adding up the analasis should provide the extent of the influence... to answer the question in a general manner (because everything depends on the culture), the media influences the votes... is it the only factor that needs to be taken into account because of it's importance? i think so.
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Frank Hadpludingburg
Posted over 2 years ago
Does the media choose our presidential candidates for us?
forming public opinion is choosing a condidate. The final decision is theoretically on us but it's naïf to think that because of that we have liberty of choice. If marketing is important in the presidential race and marketing is done by the media, the media chooses the president to a certain extent.
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Frank Hadpludingburg
Posted over 2 years ago
How should economy system that comes after capitalism look like?
Economy is not a science! Economy uses science but needs to create theories as a basis before being able to rationalise the implications of an established convention... Loss of moral discipline doesn't exist in politics... only a change of the importance of certain issus, comparing that to what was and what is elsewhere. loving and caring is your ethic... it's not international. Corruption is an imbalance between the necessary influence between powers and a unique decision maker... who can tell what is right for someone else? Like in economy, it's easy to establish what is favorable to our point making. Long live relativity and it's battle against ignorance. The problem is ignorance is mostly defined by non-relative people.
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Frank Hadpludingburg
Posted over 2 years ago
Natalie Warne: Being young and making an impact
Inspiring! Isn't it great that when a few young people, after watching a documatary made by one person, get together and decide to scream out their personal convictions, in order to make a couple individuals broadcast it on national television, so that someone will enable a bill passing in the States, in order to influence a conflict happening in Uganda? that's the true meaning of democracy! however, i wonder where Joseph Koney got the idea of syncretic christianity from... doesn't sound too local to me.