EIRP Proceedings, Vol 9 (2014)

Social communication between Traditional and the New Mass-Media

Andreea Maria Tirziu, Catalin I. Vrabie


Abstract: The means of communication, from the most simple and natural ones – such as gestures and voice,  to the most complex and developed ones – such as the new electronic media, have constantly brought changes to the society, their own transformation being due to the social environment that generated them. Nowadays, the new media – being in a rapid development unprecedented in the past – is giving new insights of communication and learning to the younger generations which, unlike those formed by elder people, manage to quickly assimilate the changes that occur. Objectives: The purpose of this article is to provide a framework for public institutions for a better interaction with citizens. Approach: It shows the literature that focuses on social media statistics. Results: At the end of our study, it is necessary to refer again to the needs of the organizations in which social communication has its origins, to exit the logic of politics and the media and to completely redefine the relationship between them and the social communication itself. We have treated the terms of the relationship between media and social communication, but it is the case to reiterate the importance of this point. Value: In this context, we have identified the social nature still in embryo of a new relationship between media and educational sector; the more fragile the more difficult it is to overcome the stereotype of the “recreational” media.


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