The Influence Of Television And Its Impact On Student Essays and Term Papers

  • A Study of the Impact of Television Viewing on the Education of the Adolescent Student

    nakararaan, naging popular sa Pilipinas ang pang-preschool na Sesame Street at pang-preteen na Electric Company, iparehong produkto ng Children’s Television Workshop. Bago ang dalawang programa, kabilang sa mga lokal na programa para sa mga bata ang Uncle Bob’s Lucky Seven Club, isang live game show;...

      5216 Words | 17 Pages   Media violence research, Violence, Blue's Clues, Aggression

  • The Influence of Television

    spoke about the power of television to influence the taste, knowledge, and opinions of its viewers around the world. Minow is correct in his assertion that television has “limitless capabilities for good – and for evil.” The good qualities of television include educational television and weather channels;...

      311 Words | 1 Pages  

  • Influence of Television

    Pandora's Box Television is a form of media that has great ability to influence and brainwash the viewing public. The talking box in one's living room has assumed the overpowering role it plays today as a result of the weakness of society. This may seem like a negative view but a society's strength...

      545 Words | 2 Pages  

  • Influence of Television

    whether married or un-married. Television is such an evil that if our society only understood its reality, then they would find no excuse to watch. Its spiritual harm is that it takes away the hayaa and shame of our men, women and children. The content of most television programmes is nothing but immodesty...

      1183 Words | 3 Pages  

  • Influence of Television

    on the run, skip meals, eat whatever is fast and easy or use food to relieve stress. We eat a lot of bad foods everyday, but we don’t think what impact on our health it makes. I watch a video about Top 10 Bad Foods and now I can say which products and drinks disappear forever from my diet. So Top...

      1139 Words | 5 Pages   Diet soda, Soft drink, Saturated fat, Sugar substitute

  • Impacts of Television Advertising Perceived by Media and Non-Media Students

    habits, living has a broader impact. Here this proposed study is narrowed down towards media and non-media students with respect to advertisement’s educational, informative, cultural and marketing impact. 2.1.0 STATEMENT OF PROBLEM “A study of impacts of television advertising perceived by media...

      1173 Words | 6 Pages   Validity (statistics), Reliability (psychometrics), Statistics, Advertising

  • Impacts of Television on the Study Habits of Freshmen Students in St. Mary's Academy

    IMPACTS OF TELEVISION ON THE STUDY HABITS OF FRESHMEN STUDENTS IN ST. MARY'S ACADEMY A Research Paper Presented to Ms. Ma. Teresa Sanchez In Partial Fulfillment of the requirements of the Subject English-IV Janine Grace A. Sy Agapito V. Manlunas III Marie Clarice T. Villanueva ...

      7627 Words | 31 Pages   National Assessment of Educational Progress, Cultivation theory, Adolescence, Antenna (radio)

  • Impact of television

    influential source of information to the wide-ranging community. With a television set in practically every home and latest study showing that kids put out on average 3.3 hours in front of the television a day, it is apparent that television has grow to be a powerful medium having the ability to attract it's...

      2787 Words | 8 Pages   Psychological trauma, Gender role, Mass media, The Silence of the Lambs (film)

  • impact of television

    Though television has been criticized in recent years for promoting sex and violence, researchers have found that soap operas in developing nations are making a positive impact, encouraging audiences to adopt more progressive attitudes and behaviors toward gender equality, HIV prevention, adult literacy...

      790 Words | 3 Pages   Prosocial behavior

  • The Impact of Television

    The Impact Of Television Since the beginning, there have been mixed reactions to television and it was E.B. White who wrote "I believe that television is going to be the test of the modern world, and in this new opportunity to see beyond the range of our own vision, we shall discover either a new...

      1087 Words | 3 Pages   Reading (process)

  • television impact

    Television viewing is a major activity and influence on children and adolescents. Children in the United States watch an average of three to four hours of television a day. By the time of high school graduation, they will have spent more time watching television than they have in the classroom. While...

      567 Words | 2 Pages   Television, Mass media, Social media, Social networking service

  • Impact of Television

    Television's Impact on children:- Today, I will talk about one of the media that impact on children, which is T.V.  Watching TV for children has both pros and cons(positive and negative effects). Most children spend long hours watching TV. The impact of television on children depends on many factors...

      546 Words | 2 Pages   Obesity

  • South Park’s Influence on Television

    entertainment and they are taking the television ratings by storm. This show, along with others of its nature such as Family Guy, The Simpsons, and King of the Hill are all extremely controversial in nature and in regards to the situations portrayed on the television screen. These shows have become consistently...

      3141 Words | 8 Pages  

  • The Influence of Reality Television on Society

    The Influence of Reality Television on Society, Culture, & Growth Over the past 50 years, reality television has become more than a phenomenon; it is now one of America’s primary sources of entertainment. Due to its popularity and inexpensive production value, studios have a deep desire to maintain...

      1378 Words | 4 Pages   Adolescence, Voyeurism, Television advertisement

  • Television Being a Bad Influence

    Arguments in favor of television being a bad influence. Television makes children violent and aggressive. According to the National Institute of Mental Health, there is a consensus developing among members of the research community that violence on television does lead to aggressive behavior by children...

      552 Words | 2 Pages   Media violence research, Adolescence, Mental disorder, Violence

  • Bad Influence of Television

    Television is a bad influence Nowadays, almost each family has at least one television. Even when we grow up, we still have a cartoon in our memories. But we can see, more and more children indulge to TV shows, they pick up bad habits from the programs and they lost a lot of fun because of they spend...

      387 Words | 2 Pages   Adolescence, Memory

  • Television Is a Bad Influence on Children

    Television is a Bad Influence on Children Televisions are a main item in many houses and in most cases there is more than one. The average American watches four hours of TV daily. Though, is all that television good or bad? Everybody has a different opinion and some more than others. When it comes...

      561 Words | 2 Pages  

  • The Negative Influence of Television on Children

    For decades there has been debate as to how television media affects our children. Many parents have been concerned since the beginning of television. Through extensive research over the last few decades, television has been thought to desensitize and have detrimental effects on our children, which inhibits...

      2095 Words | 6 Pages   V-chip, Anorexia nervosa, Bulimia nervosa, Childhood obesity

  • The Influence Television Has on Children

    years have a television set in their bedrooms. On a typical day, they spend on average of 5.5 hours using media, including television, computer games and the Internet (Kaiser Family Foundation, 2001). TV is the number one after-school activity for 6 to 17 years old. Although television is loved by children...

      1100 Words | 3 Pages   Television advertisement, Mass media

  • influence from television

    The invention of television is one of the major achievements in human history. Televisions have changed people’s entertainment, their views of the world, and their lifestyles. Nowadays, people spend, on average, three hours and forty-six minutes every day watching television. When they reach the age...

      2186 Words | 6 Pages   Social cognitive theory, Adolescence, Media violence research, Social learning theory

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