The electronic devices that have a contemporary role in media throughout society would be phones that that have recording device such as cameras to record or document different things. To add to the transfer of this recorded or documented moment in time, that phone would need an internet connection” (Thomas 2010). It is because of the face that society is ever changing that today’s media is forced to change along with ever changing technology. The technological advances often seem as though they are changing every day and that is because they are. Not only are there technological advances the older technology has become obsolete. While computers and phones seem to be the two electronics that seem to advance and change the most, televisions, radios, and even gaming devices that allow mass media to be transmitted are also ever changing. In today’s society that expects everything to be instantaneous, people have almost obsessed and completely dependent on technology. Children are also following in their parents’ footsteps and are doing less physical activities and more sedentary while focusing on those electronic devices. Not only does society expect to receive mass media instantaneously they also expect to send this same media to others. With digital cameras, computers, smart phones and the evolution of the internet face to face communication has almost ceased to exist. Today computers have taken the place of books, email has taken the place of paper letters, computer generated images have taken the place of drawings, and web cams have taken the place of face to face meetings. Even without the advances in chemical and electronic technological inventions society would be looking for ways to invent and create the current technology. The chemical and electronic technology varies in many different areas including transmissions, photography, and recording. The advances in photography continue every day from black and white pictures that stated in 1826 by Joseph...
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