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The Thriving Television Statistics show that 66% of households own three or more televisions (“Family Life”). Nearly everyone is impacted by television in some way. It can change the way society views certain situations or even change some families’ lives. Although many people may believe it has a negative impact on society, it plays a major positive role in the way society functions and evolves. The invention of the television has positively changed the world’s communication systems, politics...

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The Usefulness Of Television Television is one of the greatest achievements of the twentieth century. Mass can easily access it hence influencing society instantaneously. Television may provide unrealistic messages such as violent ideas. So does television only have its bad sides? Firstly, television helps us to learn more about the world and to know and see many new things. Television can often present information to us in a more effective way than books can. For example when the national servicemen...

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Television

 Television: Educational or Entertainment Com/156 October 14, 2012 Ms. Mary Harmon Television: Educational or Entertainment When it comes to television programming, there are many different options available for people of all ages. What kinds of television shows are children watching today? Television stations offer ratings that can be helpful with choosing the programming suitable for children to view. The big question is how effective are those ratings and are children watching...

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Television is the 20th century invention that has so fundamentally transformed our lives that we have failed to take note of the change. Television has made us reschedule our activities and plan our life in a different pattern. Our lives have been redefined as the TV now shapes almost every facet of life—our choices, desires, aspirations and dreams. So, with the growing use of TV, it becomes quite important that we make an analysis of how it has influenced our lives. TV, no doubt, is a source...

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In the past, television is a luxurious item to a number of families; however, it gradually becomes popular nowadays because it does not cost an arm and a leg any more as before, so most of the homes have already accessed to it. According to scientists, watching TV has nothing benefit for people, particularly for children. They also assert that watching too much TV often does have negative effects on youngsters. The first effect is children turn to be lazier in view of watching TV exceedingly. For...

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telephone, television is a wonderful gift of science after the invention of electricity. Today, television is an important means of entertainment and education. It has the advantages of both radio and cinema. We can see pictures and listen to their conversations simultaneously. Television was first invented by John Logic Baird, a famous scientist of Scotland. Mr. Baird demonstrated his invention at the Royal Institute of Great Britain in 1926. The television mechanism is very complex. A television camera...

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Psychology of Television

Psychology of Television Today many people think that television is the cause of violence in today’s youth. Many have pondered that television disturbs traditions as well as interferes with the minds of adolecened children who can not yet comprehend the truth of fiction and reality. Thus television has become a widely talked about controversy, mainly because of the fatal incidents that have been occurring during the past couple of years. Questions are being raised and people want answers...

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Television, the Desensitizer

Television, the Desensitizer We do not have to watch television for very long to realize that violence is a common theme on a variety of shows. It can be found almost everywhere, including daytime talk shows and so-called sports entertainment programs. These programs may be defined as entertainment but they do more harm than good when we consider the effects that watching violent programming has on viewers. When we observe how these programs can influence behavior, especially among younger viewers...

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Children & Television

Changes Exposing children to too much television can cause health concerns, slower development in the brain, and an addiction to television. It slowly kills your brain cells, because you begin to feed into some of the stupidity that is found on the television. The more scientific facts of why it kills your brain cells is because the more you watch television, you begin to lose sight of the real world. You can begin to think that what you see on television is real. Which we all know it is not, but...

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Television and Education

UGC's use of Television for Education For over two decades University Grants Commission (UGC) of India has been using television for higher education. In 1984 UGC launched “UGC Countrywide Classroom” on Doordarshan –the National Network of Television in India. Specially designed educational television programs, either imported or locally produced, were telecast for the benefit of undergraduate and post graduate students across the country. The need for using television for higher education...

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