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    The impact that television (A.K.A.- TV) has had on mankind in the last 50 years, is rivaled by few other inventions throughout modern history. Recently television has been given a bad wrap, seen by many people as a cruel invention, a 'boob-tube'; mesmerizing and brainwashing its viewers. People have forgotten TV is an educational and entertaining tool used in the everyday lives of people around the world. Without TV and its many advantages where would the world be at this very moment, certainly not

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    Farnsworth invented the first television in September 7, 1927. He was able to revolutionize the entertainment business and get audiences hooked to their 12 by 14 inch electrical screens. The images on the screen captivated thousands of families at home, causing concerns to what effects might appear from the addiction of the innovative invention. Not only did the television provide entertainment, it was also a medium that affected American culture and politics. The television had the power to engage everyone

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    Television! What would people be doing if television had not been invented? Probably be healthier, since television consumes more time in a person’s life than anything else. This of course applying to smartphones we use now a days, tablets, video games we play (Xbox one, PlayStation 4) to computers, basically anything with a screen/monitor is an attribute of television. Without this brilliant invention what would people have done for entertainment or even news? I mean the radio was around and for

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    Television was not invented by a single inventor, instead many people working together and alone, contributed to the evolution of TV. 1831: Joseph Henry's and Michael Faraday's work with electromagnetism makes possible the era of electronic communication to begin. 1862: Abbe Giovanna Caselli invents his "pantelegraph" and becomes the first person to transmit a still image over wires. 1873: Scientists May and Smith experiment with selenium and light, this opens the door for inventors to transform

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    long history. The attention is divided between the two sides which view media as an insignificant problem or the opposite, a threat. Everyone, male or female, white or black, child or adult, are affected and influenced by the media. We learn from television each day, and without the slightest intent do we take after what we see. There is no doubt that children alter their ways of life due to media, and more than ever do I think it is for the worse. Parents are their children’s most important teachers

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    The Television is a multi-sensory communication device that has led to form part of almost if not every family home (who can afford one) around the globe. It has the power to shape the way we think, to increase our knowledge and to allow us to have a break and to step away for a moment from our daily life. Regardless, to watch TV may bring a variety of advantages as well as disadvantages which can be observed particularly in the news, the comedy shows and action/adventure shows that requires discretion

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    The effect of television is known to direct children in a negative way, such as brain development, behaviour, and their health. When someone thinks of television, they think of it as a good thing. Well that is not the case; there are not only positive aspects of watching television, but also many negative ones. But some examples of negative effects of television would be exposing children to things like drugs, alcohol, and violence that parents do not want their kids involved in at any point in their

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    Television was first introduced by a Scottist scientist, John Logie Baird in 1926 (“Television”). The first television only had a black and white picture, which is considered ancient compared to the modern versions. It has certainly changed in its shape, channels and clarity. It is considered one of the greatest inventions of modern times. There so many advantages and disadvantages to watching television. Television helps people be prepared. It brings awareness, entertainment, relaxation. One needs

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    Violence on Television

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    Thesis: The United States government must enforce a restriction law for children watching violence on television and at movie theaters to reduce the amount of violence and crime committed by children in our society. I. Introduction: The influence of violence on children who watch violent shows and movies II. Ways society can go about restricting violence on T.V. A. Using numerical codes to watch certain channels that contain violence B. Having shows that contain violence air

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    Television and Children

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    Introduction The notion of television was first successfully initiated on September 7, 1927 by Philo Taylor Lanthworth. His first transmission was a line. Then, he transmitted a dollar sign as a humorous answer to the question: "When are we going to see some dollars in this thing, Farnsworth?" Before 20 years had even passed, more than thousands of people, in the US alone, owned TV sets. In the early 1990s, 98% of the US owned at least one television set. Today, the average American home has more

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