The Media’S Decreasing Morals As Seen Through Television

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Technology

 

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Andrea T

 

Date added:

February 5, 2013

 

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University

 

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B

 

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Both in the past and now, the media has an ethical duty concerning the general public. Television’s content today has gotten incredibly dirty and contains content to detrimental for children. There have been advances in technology attempting to stop the violence from entering households with children...
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However it is still the responsibility of the media and the television industry to control the amount of immoral content shown on the air. While the media is only keeping up with the public’s distasteful demands, it has a responsibility to restrain the amount of offensive content because of the effect it is having on today’s audiences...
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