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    The Influence of Media on Youth

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    much work to be done. Today's youth focuses on nothing but the media and how to be the next Kim Kardashian or Lil Wayne. The media, 9 out of 10 times, is a negative device used to convince younger minds what it means to be beautiful, cool, popular, or anything else someone younger may want to strive to become. The media attacks younger minds because they are more vulnerable and open to believing what they see. The issue with the media is becoming bigger and bigger because we as Americans don't take

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    The Influence of Media

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    influenced by media and the technical devices they use , others believe media can only have an influence on the ones who are susceptible to what they hear and see. In today’s society people are bombarded with many influences , for instance some of these influences are their parents , tv , and etc but to some the most prominent is Media and the technical devices the media use to shape perspective. Others believe media has no substantial amount of influence on anyone , it only has influence on the ones

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    The Media influence on society According to Noam Chomsky, “What lies behind us and before us are very small matters compare to what lies right to the face.” The issue of the media influence on society’s cultural structure has frequently been debated. The impact on the audience by the media influences the interpretations of social order. Also, the media goes hand in hand with American politics. The information provided by the media is controlled by business cooperates and their economic interest

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    Mass Media Influence

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    only information that we need, but it also gives us lots of subconscious influences by using the mass media. For instance, when I open up a web site, I can easily find commercial advertisements on the side of the web pages or in the middle of the articles. Technology is no longer the tools for our convenient only, but also it becomes a resource of mass media. Nowadays it is easy to spot people who are exposed by mass media in form of social networking. For example, restaurants are used to be the

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    In our everyday lives we are capable of making decisions based on our beliefs and ideas that we find to be the most appealing. We are selective in all aspects of our lives but more so when choosing which forms of mass media content we want to be exposed to. As American consumers we are exposed to endless amounts of information on a daily basis. However, only the most captivating pieces of content will gain our attention, which varies for each individual. For example if you were to pass a billboard

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    Review Media Influence on Adolescents The adolescent stage must be the subject of the research, in that preliminary research suggests that in the adolescent stage of life, important social aspects are being noticed and formed, especially by way of media, while looking to family for social information or influence diminishes (Arnett, 1995). In researching the effects of media on adolescent views of relationships, one must first research if scholars have yet studied and answered if the media has any

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    Media – the Negative Influence on Females

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    Mass media influence has expanded since its inception during the 19th century. Media has become a direct influence on people today by shaping social identity and giving people a false sense of contentment. Today mass media has become more influential to society because it sets the standards of what a person’s appearance should look like along with what is beautiful – especially in women. Women have become a focal point for the media to target; media have used a female insecurities to promote products

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    Unquestionably the media being newspapers, internet, radio and television, influence society. They can affect, have affected and will continue to affect the progression of life in this nation and around the world, as electronic technology continues to be the chosen mode of communication for a whole generation, offering direct, often anonymous influential information. The media presents "one minded" views that have the ability to reflect societies moods and influence the balance of power. - Death

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    Negative Influences of Media on Society

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    The media is everywhere and takes up a great deal of people’s everyday lives. People depend on the media to provide them with information that would otherwise be hard to get. The people of society also use the media to communicate with friends, family, and people from all around the world. Also, the media serves as a means for entertainment. Businesses use the media as a way to advertise their products. The media affects society in many different ways; such as, businesses use the media to promote

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    on women’s insecurities about their bodies and have capilatized on these insecurities. On one hand, advertisers heavily market weight-reduction programs and present young anorexic models as the paradigm of ideal beauty; on the other hand, the media floods the airwaves and magazine pages with ads for junk food. In 1996, the diet industry (as in diet foods, diet programs, diet drugs) took in over $40 billion dollars, and that number is still climbing (Facts and Figures 1). Young women seem

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