Paper#1 9.18 - Emily Ko Paper#1 CRN 73333 The Broadcast Interference As technology improves day by day television has become a common product in

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Unformatted text preview: Emily Ko 9/19/2008 Paper #1 CRN: 73333 The Broadcast Interference As technology improves day by day, television has become a common product in our daily life, which happens to be necessary equipment in each of the families today that most of them spend a massive time in front of it. Although in the early years when television just invented writers and commentators considered that television would have positive influences on our life, it does not appears as beneficial as they believe. Because television has taken the place of parental education, children have less communication with family members and less social skills. Since television programs have changed each of the country’s culture, children who grow up in the generation of television have been deeply influenced by TV commercials, movies, or entertaining programs. For instance, the lines or the songs of the commercials are often easy to remember that children usually speak out the lines or songs without realizing how the meanings will...
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This note was uploaded on 06/17/2011 for the course LITERATE 101 taught by Professor Paul during the Spring '11 term at Aligarh Muslim University.

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Paper#1 9.18 - Emily Ko Paper#1 CRN 73333 The Broadcast Interference As technology improves day by day television has become a common product in

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