So let’s look at how media effects us throughout our daily lives. For instance, let’s take a college student who goes to UCLA, commutes to school, is taking a full load of classes, and also works a part-time job. In a particular day, this person would be exposed to media on his/her way to school as they are driving through the city of Los Angeles. Since there is often a lot of traffic, this person listen’s to National Public Radio as they wait. Once he/she gets to school they text their best friend to meet up with them before class starts. While waiting on their friend, our college student Tweets about the crazy traffic on the 405 freeway that morning. After class, he/she puts in her head phones and listens to their favorite artist while on her way to library to study before he/she has to go to work. Already we have several different sources of media being used by our college student.