Premarital Sex Among the Teens of Today

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Premarital Sex Among the Teens of Today

By | Jan. 2007
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TOPIC: The Effects of Television to the Youth of the New Generation IBackground History of Television
IIChildren Between the Television
A.Reasons Why Children Watch Television
1.Viewing to Learn
2.TV People as Companions
3.Overcoming Boredom
4.Improving on Bad Moods
IIEffects on the Sensory Development to the Youth
A.Sight
B.Hearing
C.Sense of Wonder
IIIBad Effects of Watching Television to the Youth
A.Violence
B.Obesity
C.TV Influence Aggressive Behaviour
1.Arousal
2.Disinheriting
3.Imitation
4.Desensitisation
IGood Effects of Watching Television to the Youth
B.TV Encourage Good Behaviour
1.Catharsis
A.An Excellent Educator
B.Good Form of Entertainment
1.A Source of Enjoyment
2.A Source of Relaxation

Works Cited
Black, Dora and Martin Newman. "Television Violence and Children".BMJ. February 4, 1995. p. 273 – 274. Bogart, Leo. The age of Television. New York. Frederick Ungar Publishing. 1956 Gelacio, Brenda A. "Philippine T.V. is very sick". Philippine Daily Inquirer, June 27, 2004. p. A – 16. Hatol, M.C. "Guess What? Television is not really is not really for kids ". Manila

Bulletin, October 17, 2005. p. C – 7.
Mcaleer, Jill and Barrie Gunter. Children and Television. London. Routledge
Publication. 1997. page 17-28, 92-136.
Signorielli, Nancy. A Sourcebook on Children and Television. New York.
Greenwood Press. 1991.
Valkenburg, Patti M. Children's Responses to the Screen. Mahwah, New Jersey. Lawrence Erlbaurm Associates. 2004.

CHAPTER 2
Related literature
IBackground history of television
The development of the television occurred over a number of years, in many countries, and using a wide application of sciences, including electricity, mechanical engineering, electromagnetism, sound technology, and electrochemistry. No single person invented the television; instead, it is a compilation of inventions perfected by fierce competition.

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