Television’s Impact on Society

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Television’s Impact on Society
Television has a strong impact on society today. Since technology is ever-changing, there are always new ways to deliver information. Now that we are living in the twenty-first century, it seems that there is at least one television, if not more, in every household in the country. For the past fifty to sixty years, television has been the primary way in which new ideas, news, and entertainment has reached the public audience. Television can be seen in both a positive and a negative way; it is both entertaining as well as educational – we can learn a lot from television programming at the same time that it can be fun and enjoyable. However, the negative effects of television are overwhelming and it affects...
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..... in many ways.
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