Negetive Affects Of Television

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I ask her if she wants to play catch, "No that's alright." She always loved to play catch, what about some basketball I ask her, "No, maybe some other time," she says as her eyes are glued to the box. Is television so addictive that it makes everything else look unattractive? It is very well maybe Marie Winn agrees; she names television the "plug-in drug...
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According to authors in this section television has made reality seem second best, children more violent, and has made reality a world of advertisement. First, television has made reality seem second best. The real world is filled with many emotions including anxiety, depression, and stress. Who wants to deal with any of these problems? You've had a hard day at work, so why not flick on the television and not worry about anything? As Marie Winn describes, "the television experience allows the participant to blot out the real world and enter into a pleasurable and passive mental state...
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