These young girls start comparing themselves with the women shown on the television who are nothing but a piece of crap as they are full of make up and designer label clothes on their skinny figures. One needs to remember that many of these models shown on television and more so on the fashion channels have eating disorders and some pictures as well as images of women shown on television and in movies have been falsely created from a number of different bodies, thanks to computer graphics and software that now make it possible.
The extreme images of torture, sex and liberalism shown on television project a very significant impression on the minds of the people and more so the ones who do not have related exposure to such cultural tangents. (Author Unknown, 2004) These people start taking such images and movies as a part of their lives even though such television programming is far from the truth. Thus people's behavior comes across as being directly in line with what is being shown on television and their perspectives start to alter as a result of the same.
Last cause of television and movies' excessive viewing is in the form of a number of diseases and mostly related with the eyes of the people. This means that the people watching can fall prey to a number of ailments which can have negative repercussions in the long term. These maladies could result in the Attention Deficit Disorder or ADHD as well as other diseases from time to time. The lives of the people are thus affected immensely by viewing television for stretch and it is best advisable to limit viewing under such measures.
Television has diversified its transmissions into different fields like information, education, entertainment, live news, documentaries, reports, sports coverage, presentations, game shows, etc. What this in essence means is that the television is a significant tool at portraying the different aspects which usually happen within a society's life time. People can easily expect television to cover each and every detail related with them and thus show them what is happening throughout the world, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and 365 days a year.
AUTHOR UNKNOWN. (2004). Teens who watch sex on TV are twice as likely to have sex themselves. Journal of the American Academy of Pediatrics