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Television Program

Assess the impact of foreign films or foreign television programs on the culture of your society. Due to globalization and the widespread growth of mass communications around the world, most countries are becoming increasingly interconnected. Through mass media, such as films and television programs, societies have in one way or another influenced each other, resulting in gradual convergence of culture. In Singapore, people are generally more pragmatic and conservative in terms of their conduct...

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Television Is Not Always Good

TELEVISION IS NOT ALWAYS GOOD Watching television has become an ordinary activity of today’s generation, regardless of their age. Nowadays, it is not strange anymore if we find children especially in elementary school age or even less sitting in front of television enjoying some programs for hours rather than playing outside like children in the past. Some parents even use television as a way to babysit them. Most people also consider that television is a useful, easy, and quite informative source...

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Tv Negative Effects of Television

The Negative Effects of Television In the argumentative essay “T.V. Addiction” by Marie Winn, Winn relates watching television to having an addiction with drugs and alcohol. The television experience allows us to escape from the real world and enter into a pleasurable and peaceful mental state. When it comes to television, Marie asks the following question: Is there a kind of television viewing that falls into the more serious category...

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World Without Television

intellectual programming. I think with the passing time and the increase of more and more television viewing over the years our culture loses some things, and while I do not think that all television programming is negative for us, I think the majority of it is and only helps in leading to some of the problems we face, and will continue to face, unless the culture of reality television changes. Life without television, I think, would only improve, and on a much more specific scale would lower the level...

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Opinion Essay: Is Television Good or Bad for American Society?

Completed Essay Taking a Stance Below is the topic for Essay 1. Essay 1 Topic   Television is an interesting form of entertainment. With a proper cable subscription, one’s television can display 75+ channels of moving pictures. At some point in our lives, we have watched television. There are numerous reasons why television appeals to many people. In an effort to appeal to large numbers of people, many television shows look to outdo one another for ratings. Unfortunately, a quest for ratings...

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Television: the Undiscovered Drug

Television: the Undiscovered Drug After a long, hard day of school and work, I trudge up the stairs to my apartment. As I approach the door, I can already hear the mumbles of the television. I open the door and am not surprised to see my sister on the couch, hand on remote, flipping through channels. I am now accustomed to this picture. My sister could be crowned couch potato queen. She watches television day and night--so much that my cousins and I now refer to her as the Human TV Guide. She knows...

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The detrimental effect television has on our youth

 The detrimental effect television has on our youth. After a long, hard day of school and work, I walk up the stairs to my apartment. As I approach the door, I can already hear the television. I open the door and am not surprised to see my brother on the couch, hand on remote, flipping through channels. My brother could be crowned couch potato king. He watches television day and night so much that my cousins and I now refer to him as the Human TV Guide. He knows...

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Childhood Obesity and Cartoons

in Children’s Television Shows There are more obese children in the current times than ever before, and many people blame many different sources. One of these sources is Television; whether it is the act of the children watching television, or the shows themselves and what the children are seeing on the programs. The main discussion in what children’s television programs are showing is ‘food’ – more specifically, unhealthy food. Many of the programs on the children’s television channels show...

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The Southern Stereotype

Long Live Southern Stereotypes Ever since Scarlett O’Hara struggled to find love and Andy Taylor was elected Mayberry’s Sheriff, filmmakers and television producers have yet to lose any fondness for stereotyping the southern culture. There are many who despise any form of labeling or stereotyping within the media, fearing false characterizations or inaccurate portrayals of southern customs, traditions, and people. Exposure to southern stereotypes through media is an appealing element in the American...

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Flow Theory and the Power of Metaphors

their life. Television plays a role as a part of domestic, medium for the family and household as a daily routine. It has been a part of the people's lives as it has penetrated the soul of the everyday. Television itself can be seen in the living room of almost every family household everywhere around the world. Television integrated with the people life, people get a break to relax through seeing the television program. The program is interesting and attractive. People think the television can bring...

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