Media and Children

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Today I came here to discuss the topic media and children
In this topic I will I tell you what is the influence of media on our childrens But First of all I will explain to you what is media?
Media:
Communication channels through which news, entertainment, education, data, or promotional messages are disseminated. In my opinion Our media has negative impact on our children’s .because When children see scenes of violence, natural disasters, and crime reports on TV Which leads to stress, and fear among children leaving far reaching impacts on their personality. Now I will tell you some points with examples

Blind Imitation: you have often seen that young girls and boys imitate celebrities blindly do you give a thought to whether they are doing right or wrong?.in such that the impact of media is wrong

Wrong Message: in our society negatives are highlighted with the purpose of awakening people about them. For example, the negative effects of addiction are portrayed through advertisements. Newspapers, television and the Internet are used to convey social messages. But unfortunately sometimes, the message is misconstrued. Unhealthy Lifestyle: Media is responsible for the change in eating habits of teenagers and the unhealthy lifestyle they are adopting. Media Addiction: The negative effects of media on children are manifested in terms of their changing mental setup and the declining quality of their lifestyle. 

Health Problems: Media has negative effects on the physical and psychological well-being of society. People spending hours in front of a television or surfing the Internet experience eye problems. A survey is conducted by Gilani Research Foundation, on

January 20, 2011
According to that survey
Fifty two per cent people believed that media has a valuable effect on culture and lives . Whereas,  29 per cent said that it left no impact on their lives. A considerable 19 per cent gave no comments because they were unsure.  Now I will tell you about...
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