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    Violence on Televison

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    The Effects of Violence on Television What has our society come to these days? Everywhere we look, violence is present; in the streets, back alleys, school, and even at home. Even if one might be a pacifist, violence will seep its way into our homes through the television. Some children that see violence on television are pulled into its harmful deceptions of problem solving. Scientists have tried to explain why children are so amused by a big glowing box and the action that takes place within

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    The Impact Of Televison On Behavior (Violence in television programs and movies and its impact on children and families is not a new topic. Almost 30 years ago the U.S. Surgeon General warned Americans about the negative effect of television have on the emotions and behaviours of children.) I just want to continue viewing our standpoints regarding the negative effect it has on society Talkshows "Husband Sees Prostitute," "Mistress Meets Wife," "Girl Sleeps with Over 100 Men," "My Girlfriend is a

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    “Bang- Bang!! You’re dead,” Charlie says to Andrew as they are watching Cops on the television. “NO! That is not fair, we didn’t get into a fight, and we have to get into a fight before we shot each other!” Andrew announced to Charlie as he starts to stand up! “Well, then steal something and I will come after you just like in the show!” According to one researcher, “Before children reach the age of 18, they spend approximately 22,000 hours watching television, and about 200,000 violent acts” (Gunter

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    From bus stop benches to televsion commericals. Everywhere we lookd something is being advcertised. Two of the best ways to advertise are radio and television. These two mediums effect virtually everyone. Most of us listen to the radio or watch televison at some point each day. Because of this, many of us are able to remember products by the jingles or slogans that are used. An example of this is the slogan for Charmin tissue. Anytime you see Mr. Whipple you think of Charmin, and the slogan "Don't

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    The Internet

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    a year, with about 20 million users, mainly in USA, Canada, and Australia, but still many all over the world. You can do many things on the Internet, such as shop for just about anything, bank and manage money, watch and listen to live cable televison and radio broadcasts, talk to other users with voice like a telephone, conduct international meetings, and access all kinds of information on any subject imaginable. As mentioned earlier, the WWW consists of pages and pages of text, images, sounds

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    with Billy Graham, coming to you from Minneapolis Minnesota" Billy Graham, has preached to more than 210 million people through a live audience, more than anyone else in history. Not only that, but Mr. Graham has reached millions more through live televison, video and film. This has led Billy to be on the "Ten Most Admired Men in the World" from the Gallup Poll since 1955 a total of thirty-nine times. This includes thirty-two consecutive more than any other individual in the world, placing him as the

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    Avrin Televison

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    When looking back to understand a generations, some look towards film, music, or literature. One less traveled avenue for information is advertisments. Advertisements can tell one more than the product’s price. the way the product was marketed gives a view of what producers at the time thought the consumer valued. For example the way the sandwich chain “Jimmy Johns” brags about it’s speedy delivery, tells us that the cusmosters value this speediness, or at least Jimmy Johns believes the cusmosters

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    It's a Saturday afternoon and you are sitting in your living room where you just finished watching your favorite episode of Seinfeld. Shortly after the credits a commercial comes on, while watching you noticed it's the Chrysler advertisement that everybody at work has been talking about. The advertisement shows a small fairy flying around waving her wand and magically changing anything she is pointing it at into something nice. As the fairy is flying the new Dodge Magnum is driving by and the fairy

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    Introduction Television is the most popular electronic appliance in the world. Being the most popular electronic appliance, it has had great impacts to many individuals in society. Television viewing comes with a myriad of positive effects of television. However, it has a number of negative effects especially in children that are of concern to society. Television viewing can have effects on people’s behavior. It also has a number of impacts in the fields of education, morals and health. Television

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    There are a variety of leaders in the world, some can be positive influence, and some can be negative influence, while others can be both. The thing that defines whether a leader is a positive influence, negative influence, or both is the traits and characteristics that each possess. Either way a leader acquires the respect of their followers in their own unique way. Oprah Winfrey is an example of a positive leader who acquired her audience through her talk show. Oprah Winfrey is considered a leader

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