Today, no one can deny the impact of mass media on social change in our contemporary world. However, in parallel with their technical development, moral grievances have paradoxically multiplied, not to call them into question in a radical way, but to bring out the deep and complex nature of their relationship to the creation and shaping of a social bond of ten meaningless. The interest of a critique of the mass media thus emanates from the fact that the frenzy of their technical evolution which has grafted itself, as well on the utopia of the communication as on the democratic ideal, creates a type of social alienation and psychological based on the idea of consuming the world as a spectacle and the spectacle as a world.