Essay heading: 1984 Televisions Vs Telescreens

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What once was regarded as a luxury item has become a staple appliance of the American household. Gone are the days of the three channel black and white programming of the early years; that has been replaced by digital flat screen televisions connected to satellite programming capable of receiving thousands of channels from around the world...
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Although televisions and television programming today differ from those of the telescreens in Orwell's 1984, we are beginning to realize that the effects of television viewing may be the same as those of the telescreens. The telescreens in 1984 served two purposes, surveillance and mind control. Unlike the televisions of our present day, the telescreens in 1984 also served as a device constantly monitoring the citizen's actions by means of an integrated camera and microphone in addition to broadcasting continuous pro Party propaganda...
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