Experienced Reality

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  • The individual's subjective experience of and knowledge obtained from the world. The Husserlian phenomenological perspective of experienced reality is concerned with knowledge that is instantly introduced to the consciousness. The media industry and its messages are viewed as constructing reality for audiences through the ubiquitous presentation of highly subjective information. Critics assert that the media influence the subjectivity of individuals and the individual's knowledge about reality, particularly relating to other cultures and countries to which the individual does not have firsthand access. Furthermore, digital media technologies have been identified as having the potential to complicate a user's experience of his or her own reality through the negotiation of the real versus virtual worlds, wherein a user may have difficulty assessing the information obtained in those ...

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