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Benefits of TV media
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...TV shows and dramas not only create awareness, but also provide people with useful advice that benefits them in practical life when they act upon it. There has recently been a lot of debate about whether or not to offer sex education in public schools. This and several other topics like sex education are very controversial and are often not discussed with children. The resulting lack of awareness has its own consequences. TV programs are playing a fundamental role in doing their bit to make people aware... ?Benefits of TV media Television is one of the most integral components of the modern age. People seek education, entertainment, news and views on TV. With the passage of time, more and more channels...
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Educational benefits of Television on Children
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...children. The most successful of these programs is Sesame Street, begun more than 30 years ago by Joan Ganz Cooney, which had been adopted in many countries worldwide. Numerous research studies have shown that children of preschool age have significantly benefitted from exposure to Sesame Street, and these beneficial effects have endured over several years (Fish & Truglio, 2000, in Schneider & Fisch, 2001). Other successful shows produced by Children’s Television Workshop (CTW), the producers of Sesame Street, are 3-2-1 Contact, Square One TV, and Cro. Other producers have created Bill Nye, the Science Guy; Beakman’s World; and Magic School Bus (Schneider & Fisch... Educational Benefits of Television ...
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TV shows and commercials' problems and effect to children
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...TV shows tend to focus on a particular theme in allthe episodes that they present. Before or after the presentation, there are usually advertisements for products from companies mainly owned by sponsors of such programs. This report is an evaluation of TV shows and commercials problems and their effect on children. The report is about ten TV shows, which include five for children and five for families. The report discusses personal feelings and impressions in regard to the ten programs watched. Their implications on families as well as the advertised products have been discussed. Television Shows for Children SpongeBob SquarePants... Lecturer: presented: Introduction Most of the producers of the TV...
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Tv Essay
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...TV and unregulated media content can be detrimental to our lives. It may even be more disastrous to young children. On the other hand, regulated and organized watching of television can be of benefit to everybody including children. Although there are many aspects of television-watching that may be detrimental to our wellbeing, it is claimed that watching unhealthy content on the media carries the greatest weight. It is therefore the responsibility of the heads of the family to ensure that the family watches the media content... Introduction Whether watching television is harmful or not has been a controversial issue for so long. However, it is safe to claim that excessive and uncontrolled watching of...
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Introduction TV Essay
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...TV and unregulated media content can be detrimental to our lives. It may even be more disastrous to young children. On the other hand, regulated and organized watching of television can be of benefit to everybody including children. Although there are many aspects of television-watching that may be detrimental to our wellbeing, it is claimed that watching unhealthy content on the media carries the greatest weight. It is therefore the responsibility of the heads of the family to ensure that the family watches the media content... ?Introduction Whether watching television is harmful or not has been a controversial issue for so long. However, it is safe to claim that excessive and uncontrolled watching of...
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Children are victims of TV
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...Children are victims of TV With almost all forms of mass media that have emerged over the past few decades, violence has continually being a of discussion. It has sparked concerns about the harmful effects on the academic and social lives of children (Bushman and Cantor). Since the 1970s, research has shown that children are affected by the television violence and it develops aggressive attitudes in them (Slotsve et al. 22). Till the 1980s, the researchers of social science just had an implicit theory regarding the way television was watched. Watching television by the young children was considered by the...
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Anti-feminism on Tv
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...children. This prediction was based on his observation of college-educated women having fewer children than their uneducated counterparts. Such arguments including opposition by anti-feminists of women entering the labor force, sitting on juries, right to join unions, obtaining birth control and controlling their sexuality have degenerated into what anti-feminism on TV is today. Some antifeminists on TV are of the opinion that feminism has caused the previous norms of society to change with regard to sexuality. They view this as damaging to conservative religious beliefs and values of tradition. Antifeminists blame increase in casual sex and decrease... Anti-feminism on TV Literature review Social...
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The Debilitating effect of TV on Children
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...TV on Children By: By John M. Grohol, PSY.D. Yasmin Benichay Biton Capella Introduction In his article “The Debilitating effects of TV on Children” (2009), Dr. Grohol discusses the negative affect that TV has on children and youth.  Dr. Grohol states that children, who watch TV too often, are unmonitored, unsupervised, and interminably exposed to both educational as well as moral risks. The given paper will prove that there is a correlation between children who spend many hours watching TV, their educational achievements and health issues. The article by Grohol will be used as the main source. The argument made by Dr. Grohol will be analyzed using other pieces of literature... The Debilitating Effect of...
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The Effect of TV Violence on Children
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...TV material. But industry experts doubt that the FCC will get the authorization that they seek even if it is for the benefit of majority of the population, mainly because cable TV viewers pay for the programs they watch and therefore should be exempt from any censorship rulings. (Farhi & Ahrens “FCC Seeks to Rein in Violent TV shows) It is therefore imperative that parents take control and responsibility in an effort to curb their children's exposure to violent TV media. This is not something that is impossible to do. In fact, parents during the early era of television were able to do it. It should not be harder to do in this day and age of channel... ?The Effect of TV Violence on Children The 21st...
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TV media and violence
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...children, there is increased access to violent programs either in games or ordinary TV shows. On the other hand, with the changing economic times, guardians and parents are quite... TV MEDIA AND VIOLENCE TV Media and Violence Quite often, raging debates emerge over the influences of media on the society especially to the younger people. Focusing on the various analysis that have been made it is clear that media has both negative and positive effects. Different parties have different views on which between the positive and the negative effects have more weight. However whether lying more on the positive or negative side, they all seems to receive wide support accompanied by irrefutable evidence hence...
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Watching TV
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...children to watch television as it gives the brain a cognitive workout. However, while allowing their children to get entertainment the choice of material that children should watch should be informative and educative in order to benefit them. Work cited Johnson, Steve. "Television Make You Smarter." 169-181. Web. 29 Jan. 2015. Stevens, Dana. "Thinking Outside the Idiot Box." Web. 29 Jan. 2015.... Intellectual merits of watching television The 21st century has brought about many technological innovations that have allowed people to be more advanced intellectually. Television especially now that it has moved to digital enabling people to see what is happening all over the world has proved to...
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Television and Children
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...TV and several positive results, for instance, it increases childrens acquirement of vocabularies and knowledge through educational programs, children will learn about different cultures, amusement and entertainment especially at leisure, the television also participates in gathering the family and so on. There is a difference around the importance and the benefit of television, but in reality that related to the difference in the number of hours of television viewed and the type of programs (Conger, 2001). Therefore, viewing television for a long time has a negative effect on children in general especially if the programs were inappropriate... Running Head: TELEVISION AND CHILDREN Television and...
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The effect TV has on children (cause and effect Essay)
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...TV has on children Television has a marvelous ability to entertain and to educate children. However, today one of the biggest concerns among the parents is the effect of television on children. One of the most common question in their minds is how does watching television impact the intellectual, moral, and psychological development of their children? As television has become the most common entertainment source around the world, most children plug into the world of television long before they even enter school. Studies estimate that the average child spends 900 hours in school and nearly 1,023 hours in front of a TV in a year. According to the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP), kids... The effect TV...
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The Effect of TV on People's Behavior
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...children from the benefits of using a health drink. Cultural Impacts of TV Advertisements Jordan is a very traditional city where most of the people believe in religion. People living there gave more importance to their freshly prepared spicy food, prepared in the traditional way until a few years back. Canned food popular in the western world was released there before a few years. Experts predicted the industry would face a major loss because the canned food had a completely... ?The Effect of TV on People's Behaviour Life doesn't imitate art, it imitates bad television. – Woody Allen The influence of television on our life cannot be undermined in any way. The television programs and ads determine the...
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Detrimental effects to real women by women portrayed on TV
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...TV can’t even be compared with what they see in everyday life (Juhasz, 2001). Modern famous serials like Sex and the City make women think about their lives. Here we can see four women, free and successful who does not need any marriage or children and just have fun enjoying life. Such life is not natural for the real woman and such movies make married women think that they are loosing something important in their life spending their time with husband and children (Stamp, 2000...  It is obvious that the effect media has on American values can’t be considered positive. Now the detrimental effect television has on real women represents the relevant issue. By demonstrating bright, courage, rich and...
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Violence on TV/Video Games
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...TV/Video Games Introduction Current research findings on childhood and youth violence and aggression have indicated a worrying trend on the effects of viewership of violent television programs and playing violent video games on aggression in young people. According to these researches, more children and youth are spending more time playing video games and watching violent television programs compared to the past (Hartnagel, P. 351). Therefore, violent video games and television programs exposure have been associated with child aggression, not only according to researches but also in the opinion of many parents and guardians. Particularly harmful is the tendency... ? of Lecturer] Sociology Violence on...
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Role Of Television In Promoting Children Obesity
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...children aware of the benefits of regular physical exercise. Hu (2003) conducted a research study finally coming to the result that owing to the promotion of the sedentary lifestyle in Americans, obesity and diabetes have reached epidemic proportions almost everywhere. Diabetes is closely associated with obesity, which shows that excessive TV watching do not only promote one disease, rather this lifestyle is reflective of many clinical problems. Hu (2003) claims in the study that obesity is not an outcome of only decreased physical activity, rather it more often results because of prolonged TV watching. This situation demands that more campaigns should be organized to convince... Research paper topic:...
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Violence on TV and Violent Behavior in Children
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...TV and Violent Behavior in Children Abstract Television has been the biggest invention revolutionizing entertainment within the house and affecting the family life globally. Children as well as adults spend at least 1 to 4 hours of their day watching TV. On the other hand psychologists have always asserted that impressionable minds of children very easily pick up inputs from theory environment. TV provides an environment to these children and therefore is expected to have a significant impact on their behavior. In the light of this information, the current paper aims to investigate the impact of violence on television on increased aggressive behavior of children on the basis of available... Violence on...
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Does TV Increase Violence among Children and Teenagers
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...TV Increase Violence among Children and Teenagers: An Annotated Bibliography Congressional Testimony. STEREOTYPES AND DEGRADING IMAGES:STRAUSS ZELNICK. Federal Document Clearing House, , 25 Sep. 2007. eLibrary. Web. 17 Feb. 2011. The source discusses the different stereotypes and degrading images that are portrayed on television. Some of the media is said to have a harmful impact on children. The document discusses whether or not TV influences others or TV shows influence events that take place for reasons other than TV persuasion. The article also focuses on the responsibility of media companies. The document suggest that media companies take responsibilities of making sure the media does... Does TV...
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Behavioral Effects of TV Broadcasting
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...TV every day. The content in the television productions is being coupled with excessive violence and aggressive behaviour. The emergence of crime investigation shows and action dramas has been established as a massive revenue generating genre of television that makes the viewing of pain and suffering common for the audience. Johnson et al. pointed out that around 3 to 5 acts of violence are witnessed on an average in a single hour of prime time television whereas this figure is alarmingly higher for children broadcasting since 20 to 25 acts of violence are noticed in an hour on an average. Jones stated that Canadians... Behavioural Effects of TV Broadcasting Television is considered as the most powerful ...
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Violence on TV & Increased Violent Behavior in Children
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...Children as well as adults spend at least 1 to 4 hours of their day watching TV. On the other hand psychologists have always asserted that impressionable minds of children very easily pick up inputs from theory environment. TV provides an environment to these children and therefore is expected to have a significant impact on their behavior. In the light of this information, the current paper aims to investigate the impact of violence on television on increased aggressive behavior of children on the basis of available literature. The theories and evidences... supporting the hypothesis that violent TV viewing does have a positive correlation with enhanced aggressive behavior of...
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TV Violence and Aggressive Behavior
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...TV Violence and Aggressive Behavior Media Exposure and Effects on Children: Nowadays, the importance of media in our lives cannot be ignored. Media is somehow responsible for the changes in society. Children are more likely to adopt the behaviors and fashions shown in the television programs. “It is clear that heavy exposure to media violence causes an increase in the likelihood of future aggressive and violent behavior” (Chaves, 2008 p. 148). It is a scientific concept that media is not the only cause of aggressive behaviors and violence however, it is proved that heavy exposure to media violence increases the chance of future aggressive...
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Intellectual Property Rights Infringement of TV Productions
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...TV productions damages the broadcasters’ business (Evershed 2012). Therefore, the website offering free air time considerably damages the business of broadcasters and allows the public to have access to all the copyrighted work for free and without prior authorization of the copyright holder. Media Ltd is a well-known TV production company. It is responsible for the hit TV children... ?Intellectual Property Rights Infringement of TV Productions Intellectual property rights constitute transforming ideas into tangible products and services. The diversity in the ideas that give rise to products and services requires that there are different protections available for every different aspect of a product or...
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Does TV Increase Violence among Children and Teenagers
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...TV Increase Violence among Children and Teenagers: An Annotated Bibliography Congressional Testimony. STEREOTYPES AND DEGRADING IMAGES:STRAUSS ZELNICK. Federal Document Clearing House, , 25 Sep. 2007. eLibrary. Web. 17 Feb. 2011. The source discusses the different stereotypes and degrading images that are portrayed on television. Some of the media is said to have a harmful impact on children. The document discusses whether or not TV influences others or TV shows influence events that take place for reasons other than TV persuasion. The article also focuses on the responsibility of media companies. The document suggest that media companies take responsibilities of making sure the media does... ?Does TV...
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Consumer Behavior on TV Programs and Commercials
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...TV Programs and Commercials There were two TV programs that would be compared in this paper, ly: Dr. House and WWE Programs. Dr. House is the show I frequently watch because of the main character’s witty dialogues and biting sarcasm. Also, the medical cases are quite interesting so I try as much as possible not to miss the show. The WWE Programs are something I am aware of but quite dislike for I believe that it promotes violence especially to young people. This paper would analyze the different messages that these programs and commercials convey to the public. WWE programs mainly caters to male viewers, age can range from between school age children up to retirees... . There are also women...
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What are the benefits to an advertiser of TV instead of print
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...benefits to an advertiser of TV instead of print? Of radio instead of TV? Of the Internet instead of broadcast and print? The three traditional media platforms — radio, print and television — in addition to the emerging powerhouse, the Internet, are all effective marketing and advertising tools. Their respective unique benefits for advertisers are primarily anchored on their own publics - their audience, listeners and viewers. These differentiated populations will explain why one is better than the others. Of course, this variable is in addition to other factors as well, including the manner in which contents are delivered... ?Dalia C Gracia dgracia01@ccny.cuny.edu MCA 10100 Intro to Media What are the...
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Cost and benefits analysis
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...children care professionals on child related health issues and the importance of proper child nutrition. Organizing workshops and programs about family planning. Outsourcing financial resources through donors and sponsors to fund health care services and programs. Total Costs & Benefits 90 Decision Making Rule Bases on the above cost-benefit analysis, there is no doubt that the projects would be beneficial as they have multiple social benefits. However, given the limited resources and the fact that these projects are mutually exclusive, hence... Cost-Benefit Analysis of Rebuilding Healthcare System Project The Need for the Project in Afghanistan Afghanistan is one of the...
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Benefits of physical activity in children with obesity
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...Benefits of physical activity in children with obesity Are the intervention benefits greater than costs? The US Department of Health and Human Services [DHHS] has emphasized the importance of physical activity in the prevention of diseases, especially chronic illness like obesity. According to the study, “regular physical activity has been shown to reduce the morbidity and mortality from many chronic diseases” (US DHHS 2002 p.2). In addition, individuals who regularly engage in physical activity contribute to a decrease in health care costs, meaning, they buy lesser medications, make lesser medical consultations, and have fewer hospital stays. Further, the direct effects of physical activity... ...
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Effects of Advertising on Children
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...Children Introduction In the modern society, advertising has become an integral part with various advertisements placed on magazines, newspapers, TVs and cinemas. Advertising is a vital communication and marketing tool with its objective being to directly or indirectly stimulate sales by showing the superiority of product performance. The degree of effects on advertising in children has been noted to be higher than among adults (Mason, 2012). While advertisers used to indirectly appeal to children through their parents, the current trend has been to target the children aged between 5 and 15 directly in spite of their lack of cognitive or emotional tools to evaluate... ? Effects of Advertisement on...
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Raising Children in the Digital Age
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...TV, as well as concerns on pornography and child endangerment. These concerns have prompted considerations on the implementation of age bans on the use of the television and the internet. Despite these concerns, the current age of globalization and information technology clearly manifest the benefits of television and internet use among children. With these benefits, children should be exposed to television and the internet and not be banned from using them until a certain age. The television and the internet have become indispensable tools in the current age of information technology... School Raising Children in the Digital Age The television and the internet has become one of the most common...
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How Does Violence in TV Effects on Children and Increases Crime in US
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...children today. References AACAP. (2011). Facts for Families: Children and TV Violence, American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry. Retrieved December 18, 2013 from http://www.aacap.org/App_Themes/AACAP/docs/facts_for_families/13_children_and_tv _violence.pdf Berger, K.S. (2003). The Developing Person through Childhood and Adolescence, 6th ed. Worth Publishers. Bryant, J. & Zillman, D. (2002). Media Effects: Advances in Theory and Research, 2nd ed. Mahwah: Lawrence Erlbaum... ? How does television violence affect children and increase crime in the United s? BY YOU YOUR SCHOOL INFO HERE HERE How does television violence affect children and increase crime in the United States? Introduction...
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Does TV/Internet Violence or Video-game Violence Affect Children or Young Adults
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...children or young adults. This paper explores how violence in TVs, Internet shows or video games might affect children or young adults. The most critical issue raised by the topic concerning the impact of violent media on children is its effects like violent and aggressive behavior, criminal behavior and disrespect of the law among others. This issue has created a heated debate as to whether it really has negative influence on children’s act, positive influence or both. Moreover, questions have been raised concerning the same issue if the youths can learn valuable ideas... ? Effects of Media Violence on Children or Young Adults Children or young adults tend to imitate what they have observed or watched...
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Family studies on TV show-breaking bad
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...TV Show-Breaking Bad Family Studies on TV Show-Breaking Bad Introduction The family is the basic unit of human existence and represents an association brought together by birth, marriage or co-residence and sharing common values, principles and belongings. The relationship among the members of a family may vary and include people who are siblings, cousins, in-laws and grandchildren. The family is considered as the principle unit and institution of socialization within the society and different families create a bigger and stronger society. A stronger family is believed to be the path to a stronger civilization and thus a stronger and cohesive society. It is the nucleus... of civilization and...
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Media Violence and Children
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...Children and TV…). Additionally, parents should limit the number of hours spent watching television and increasing outdoor play. In the article Too Much TV Makes Kids Fat And Stupid by News Staff, “researchers conclude” that television is the culprit for many adolescents “sedentary lifestyle”. By reducing television viewing times, it will benefit a child’s activeness, but also allow them to build friendships with other adolescents. Another emerging factor that is currently trending is social networking sites, it is a popular utensil among adolescents, which restrains actual interpersonal connection making most people “antisocial” (Harke... Jessica Castro Jarrar EN 102 22 April Media’s Effect on...
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Technology impact on children in USA
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...Children in USA The use of technology has become a pivotal part for day-to-day lives of Americans. Children in current generation have become avid users of technology. The average age of children using smart phone is ten. Special type of laptop has been developed which can be used by children aged as low as five. In the year 2010, survey done by The Kaiser family Foundation reveals that children aged between 8 and18 are exposed to media and spend on an average forty-five minutes to ten hours. This resembles the increased and development of technology which has now became integral part of every human lives. Rather than spending loads of time on computer and TV, it is also vital... Technology Impact on...
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Television effects on Children
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...children develops analytical skills. For television to influence children positively, parents have to be alert. They can do this by limiting the amount of time their children spent on the television. As stated earlier television can have positive effects on children if used in the right way. The parents should clearly define the differences between book and movie and their benefits (Pecora 67). Parents are supposed to decide and know what their children watch... Television effects on Children Television is important to children because it entertains and educates. However too much of it is detrimental. The first two years are important to a child because it is the brain development of a child. This is to ...
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Children Obesity In Canada
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...TV, computer, video games) per day have double the incidence of over-weight and obesity when compared to children who watch less than 1 hour per day.” (Statistics) All these aspects have been discussed further. Obesity is caused due to various reasons; it cannot just be left to lethargy. The reasons for the same also need to be pointed out and thus, as per the Canadian Medical Association Journal, it was reported that on an average, every Canadian child ends up spending at least three to five hours a day watching TV or sitting at a computer screen. The study also showed that in the past 15 years, the incidence of obesity has grown by more than 50 per cent... ? Childhood Obesity in Canada Childhood...
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Children Obesity In Canada
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...TV, computer, video games) per day have double the incidence of over-weight and obesity when compared to children who watch less than 1 hour per day.” (Statistics) All these aspects have been discussed further. Obesity is caused due to various reasons; it cannot just be left to lethargy. The reasons for the same also need to be pointed out and thus, as per the Canadian Medical Association Journal, it was reported that on an average, every Canadian child ends up spending at least three to five hours a day watching TV or sitting at a computer screen. The study also showed that in the past 15 years, the incidence of obesity has grown by more than 50 per cent... Childhood Obesity in Canada Childhood Obesity...
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The impact of american TV series 'Gossip Girl' on young adult females (consumerism, product placement, luxury lifestyle)
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...TV is switched off (Pattee, 2006, pp. 157-62; York, 2009, pp. 22-5). According to Spalding (2010), ‘If celebrity society possesses strong tendencies to make us covet celebrities, and to construct ourselves into objects that immediately arouse sentiments of desire and approval in others, it also creates many more losers than winners’ (p.12). Hence, TV shows thrive on consumers’ desire to look and act like their favorite actors and characters which also benefits brand manufacturers greatly (Romeo, 2009, pp. 18-22). Renowned TV shows like Gossip Girl allowyouth to develop a desire of having a certain acceptable outlookwhich...
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The impact of american TV series 'Gossip Girl' on young adult females (consumerism, product placement, luxury lifestyle) - Ideol
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...TV shows thrive on consumers’ desire to look and act like their favorite actors and characters which also benefits brand manufacturers greatly (Romeo 2009, pp.18-22). Renowned TV shows like Gossip Girl allow youth to develop a desire of having a certain acceptable outlook which is trendy, fashionable and skinny (Smith, 2007). This desire acts as a basis of consumerism and excessive brand value. The post-feminist youth, who is independent and empowered, is already undergoing anxiety due to new liberty as a result... ?Introduction In an attempt to understand the impact media for example, television has on influencing behaviour of people different researchers approached the subject from a variety of angles. ...
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Spillover Benefits Versus the Free-rider Problem
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...benefits by spending nothing from themselves. Other examples may include education, which train youngsters how to be a good & beneficial citizen of the society, hence the more children get educated in these terms, the more society would benefit as the crime rate will reduce and there would be enough peace in the country. Through proper education, more skilled workers will enter into the market which will thus make good quality... ? Spillover benefits versus the Free Rider problem December 7, Spillover effects are very common in the economical markets. Negative spillover effects are called the costs which are paid by people who are directly influenced by some activity or process. The costs may be in the...
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Advertising to Children
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...children's programming amounts to thirty per cent of most children's overall viewing (Ofcom, 2004). However the modern child tends to watch more programs than those assumed to be for their specific age groups.The influence is coming from other sources as well and the TV should not be blamed solely as an instigator of the debate. Today the markers have resumed their influence... Advertising to Children This dissertation aims to explore and contribute to the ongoing debates on the ethical and sociological issues arising from advertising to little children. The aim is explore a way forward for this ongoing issue without endorsing either side of the parent-marketer debate/blame game. I would like to thank...
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Benefits
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...benefits the employees of any companies have and opening the new means for employers to maintain their employees well. Retirement benefits will help employees to understand the advantages after work life and to attain those advantages after their work life by contributing some part of their salaries to the retirement funds and other forums the employer of the company has introduced. In this article, different types of retirement benefits are stated and process and nitti gritties... Article 14: An Evaluation This article basically addresses the issues and objectives related to employees for the employers. Retirement is the inevitable and unavoidable aspect of a work life. This article demonstrates the...
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Benefits
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...benefits. The average salary in the United States is approximately $43,000 per year. Due to the intense competition in the labor market companies are able to differentiate themselves by offering superior benefit packages. Offering great benefits can help a company recruit talented employees. Good benefit packages help companies increase their employee retention rate. Some of the benefits that companies can provide to its employees include extended sick and vacation days, medical plan, profit sharing, stock option plans, pensions, IRA, 401k, maternity leave, paternity leave, wellness... The total compensation package an employee receives from a company is composed of two primary elements: salary and...
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Food Advertising Does Not Cause Children Obesity
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...benefits. Companies will continue to make commercials but that does not mean that children cannot be kept away from them. The responsibility thus lies completely in the hands of the parents to help their children understand that obesity is not a healthy for their lifestyles and that they must quit viewing commercials that lure them towards eating fatty foods, leading to this kind of a lifestyle. Works Cited Paxson, Christina. (2011) “Fighting Obesity in Public Schools.” Future of Children Policy Brief, Brookings. Web. 8 Nov. 2011. Rabin, Roni. "TV Ads Contribute to Childhood Obesity... 20 November Assignment Obesity is defined as an excess of body fat that frequently results in a significant...
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Marketing Strategies Are Preventing Children from Getting Active Play Time
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...children live their lives. While the brick and mortar toys of the past such as the Nerf-ball and SuperSoaker 2000 all encouraged highly active game play outside of the home where children can get the full benefits of exposure to sunlight and fresh air, the interactive video games of today instead encourage them to sit on their couch, put on headsets, and flick away with their thumbs while watching avatars move across their TV screen. Such sedentary activities do not encourage anything more than Myopia and lethargy among young children. Although parents and child experts recognize this current play environment as disturbing and contributory... ? Submitted: Marketing Strategies are Preventing Children from ...
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Benefits
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...Benefits Government-man d Benefits Lecturer: Government-Man d Benefits Summary National government policy requires employers to provide some benefits to all employees. These benefits (also known as social insurance programs) include unemployment compensations, Social Security, workers’ compensation, and family and medical leave. According to Dominguez’s report on Social Security and Medicare future funding, it has been postulated that both programs are expected to run out of funds sooner than anticipated. While the government’s health insurance for the elderly is predicted to come in 2024, Social Security will be depleted 12 years later; with both predictions associated... with this...
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Has the novelty of the reality TV genre worn off
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...children who were seven years old in 1964, the latest edition to the programming was 49-Up which was interviewing the same group at the age of 49. Holmes and Jermyn (2004, p. 1) have quite a romantic definition of the place of reality television in the market. They state that it has an aesthetic and cultural power and that it has attracted the right level of viewers that television executives want for their programming. Current definitions of reality... ? Reality Television: Has the Novelty Worn Off? Reality Television: Has the Novelty Worn Off? Introduction Reality television began on the American television programming station MTV. MTV came up with an idea in 1992 of putting six strangers in a house...
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Benefits and Difficulties of Including Children with Special Needs in Mainstream School
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...Benefits and difficulties of including children with special needs in mainstream school Benefits and difficulties of including children with special needs in mainstream school Introduction Including children with special needs in mainstream schools has always been a controversial and debatable issue in many regions all over the world (Central Advisory Council for Education 1967). According to MacKay (2001), in the United Kingdom (UK), any significant improvements in the quality of education go hand in hand with the level of access and inclusion. Glashan (2002) notes that educational policies in the UK are aimed at creating responsive, quality and flexible learning environments that are meant...
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Video Game Is Harmful To Children
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...children in that they encourage anti-social behavior and glorify violence. They argue that most video games have tendencies of feeding into masculine fantasies of control, destruction and power, rather than feeding into co-operation and bargaining (Gunter, 15). Themes of violence characterize them. As opposed to watching TV, playing video games is interactive and therefore, it is much more psychologically involving. The effects of their violent themes on children are therefore more pronounced. A video game use survey revealed... Introduction The introduction of numerous games and progress in game sophistication and complexity, video and computer games has gained widespread popularity in various western...
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