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The Spheres of Influence
Habermas defines the public sphere as an invisible intangible space that is used an area where discussion helps to mould views and opinions. Habermas believes that this public sphere is a place where general public discussion can occur. Public opinion can be formed by listening and contributing to the ideas placed in the public sphere. Although the actual sphere is conceptual, the discussion can occur in many places and via many outlets. These places not only include our own lounge rooms and work places but also the greater public sphere of the media. The media can provide a forum for dis…
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