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    Media's Impact

    Media has a big impact on our society. People are greatly affected by what they have seen or heard on TV screen. Thus it is important to make decision about what we should need to see and what we should avoid. One simple rule is that the things we avoid to see in real life we should avoid in virtual life too.

    People who tend to see violent programs like wrestling and boxing they are more likely to develop violent behavior than those who are less exposed to violent programs. Children are particularly affected by mediaís negativity as they learn things by imitating. And itís obvious that the outcome of imitating negativity canít be positive. Parents should see what their children are watching on TV. Are they seeing the things that make them a good human being or the things that are opening doors of evil for them?

    Media can be used as an educational platform too. In many developing countries thousands of people have no access to schools and colleges. They can be taught by educational programs.

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    Re: Media's Impact

    When are you going to submit your homework to your teacher?
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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    This is not a homework. I am independently learning. You can freely give your opinion at any time.

    Thanks.

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    Re: Media's Impact

    Quote Originally Posted by Jamshaid_ View Post
    Media's Impact

    The media has a big major impact on our society. People are greatly affected by what they have seen see or hear on TV. screen. Thus, it is important to make decision be selective about what we should need to see watch and what we should avoid. One simple rule is that the things we normally avoid to seeing in real life we should avoid in virtual life watching on TV too.

    People who tend to see view violent programs like wrestling and boxing they are more likely to develop violent behavior than those who are less exposed to such violent content. programs. Children are particularly affected by media negativity in the media as they learn things by imitating what they see. And itís obvious that the outcome of imitating negativity canít be positive. Parents should see monitor what their children are watching on TV. Are they seeing the things that make them good human beings or the things that are opening the doors of evil for them?

    Finally, the media can be used as an educational platform too. In many developing countries, thousands of people have no access to schools and colleges. They can be taught by educational programs on TV.
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