Addiction Essay | Addictions: Not Always Dangerous

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Addictions: Not Always Dangerous

Summary: Illustrates how today's society can be addicted to television, particularly the WB's television show "Charmed."
Drugs seem to occupy the American conscience. Hardly a day passes without some notice of drugs in newspapers and on TV. Addictions are uncontrollable actions. There are good addictions and bad addictions. A person can be addicted to nicotine or alcohol. People are addicted to learning and helping people. A common American addiction is television. Americans have their favorite shows, so they keep time-slots clear so they do not miss anything. Television seems to be a base of American society. Not a day goes by that all Americans pull themselves away from the television, not even Christmas. Family time in America consists of the family sitting down in front of the television. Is that quality time? American industries have caught on to this, and have started to advertise through television. Today's advertisements are so intricate, that they have sequels. The company keeps the viewer in suspense...

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