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Media's Affect on North American Teenagers

Summary: Media is a large part of a teenager's life. The negative affects of the media in television, internet and magazines is a problem that needs to be dealt with. The only solutions that can be given to minimize these problems are parental and school involvement.
Media's Affects On North American Teenagers

Imagine a world without media. A world where there is peace and people are accepted as unique individuals. Can limiting the amount of media in today's society, decrease the affects it has on the young minds of today? Can their minds develop an intellectual way of thinking and behaving under a restricted amount of media? Being so media everywhere has a negative influence on adolescents and it is often fraught with danger. The most important influences in media are internet, magazines and television.

The internet has many benefits, but there are many dangers that are a result of internet use. Internet addiction, for instance being hooked onto chat rooms can interfere with school work and similar to television can result in not physically active teens, poor socializing skills. Electronic mail and chat rooms can take away time that was reserved for homework...

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