That is, as foreign countries or firms or individuals wanted to explore, interact or even wanted to do business as part of globalization, they used the above-mentioned tools of transportation and communication as the aid. “The new facilities of transport and communication allowed for a rapid transformation of the horizons of expectation of ordinary people all over the World” (Claval 2009, p. All these communication and media tools by crossing boundaries as part of globalization are making an impact on social change. That is, like the restriction placed on foreign firms from entering new countries, media forms were also restricted from entering new territories. But, with the advent of globalization and development of technology, media forms are working as a key part of globalization and thereby impacting social change. Thanks to the proliferation of media or Television channels and the increasingly ubiquitous nature of computing and telecommunications, we are entering an era when mass media will be everywhere and we will use all kinds of media in relation to each other. . The Extent of The Globalization of The Mass Media That Created a New Form of Global Consciousness or Identity.
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