Addiction is a common thing in many lives. The lifestyle of Tim Treadwell in the film Grizzly Bear the director Herzog reveals that an innocent hobby when taken too seriously can lead to a severe consequence or even be life threatening. When first thinking of addiction, most people’s minds first drift to the common loss of control of craving alcohol, drugs or other substances that are damaging, but there can be more innocent addictions simply an activity you enjoy so…...
I think the Uses and gratification approach and two-step flow of communication under limited effect theory is still relevant in contemporary media on audiences and users. In general, limited effect theory argues that the message from mass media cannot directly influence the audience's perspective. Such influence is limited. In other words, audiences tend to seek for advice from others instead of believing what they see or hear on mass media. The people that they seek for advice called opinion leaders.…...
Treadwell is a self-declared “protector of Grizzlies” who spent thirteen summers in Katmai National Park living among the wild brown bears often armed with nothing more than his camera equipment. To assemble his documentary, Herzog uses interviews of close friends of Treadwell, various professionals, and family with handpicked footage from over one hundred hours of Treadwell's wildlife footage. In constructing Grizzly Man, Herzog intentionally disrupts the reality of the film to build his narrative. In a similar fashion, Treadwell falsely…...
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