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Summary: Roosevelt used mass communication in the US to raise the nations spirit during the depression using radio as well as magazines, and photo's, conversely, Hitler's goal in mass communication was to "Nazify" the German people using radio, rallies, books, and ultimately the control of this communication through censorship.


Mass communication is the process of communicating information to lots of people using various methods like television, radio, newspapers, or movies. In both America and Germany mass communication was used and was effective, however both Roosevelt and Hitler had different uses for it. Roosevelt used mass communication in the US to raise the nations spirit during the depression using radio as well as magazines, and photo's, conversely, Hitler's goal in mass communication was to "Nazify" the German people using radio, rallies, books, and ultimately the control of this communication through censorship.

Roosevelt's use of mass communication was mainly used to raise the spirit of America during the great depression and later during the war. His main method of conveying this to the American people was through radio. By the 1930's over 90 percent of the American population owned radio's, therefore making it the most convenient and effective use of...

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