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Media And Societal Changes
Pages 10 (2510 words)
Young adults of the 1960s were collectively known as the TV generation, becoming the video generation in the 1970s, and then as the Nintendo generation in the 1980s. Even then, the adult world already frowned on the harmful effects that too much preoccupation with the video screen could do to the youth…
A big part of this fear relates to the sex-and-violence content of media, which is widely construed as capable of eroding the moral and social fiber of a nation that does not subscribe to media censorship. This is especially the case in UK, which steadfastly pursues the media policy of self-regulation (PCC Citing online source).
Amongst the more popular complaints raised by older people against the Internet generation of today are their waning interest in books and their marked impatience to grow up. Is this attitude a result of the adverse influence of media, which comes in so many forms in so many homes that they are beginning to circumscribe the activities of the youth The other questions that are being asked apropos this issue are: Does more media owned by homes contribute to the changing boundary between public and private spaces Does the highly diversified media forms and contents affect individualised or globalised lifestyles Do new screen technologies contribute to a convergence in information, education and entertainment What are the consequences to social relationships of the shift from a one-way to a more interactive communication system
This discursive essay argues that media and the dizzying changes brought about by technology in the social environment exert a big influence on how young adults in UK behave as a group. ...
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