In my essay,I wrote:In our day and age, advertising is as ubiquitous as mosquitoes or air pollution. Privately owned conglomerates control the content and means of production of our daily media diet. What are the implications for democracy of this situation?
Is the loss of our "freedom to think" at risk of undermining our "freedom to act?"
What does "democracy" mean in a propaganda-saturated media environment?
ceci n'est pas le point de vue de l'élite
(this is not the elite's point of view)