Because of this, people stop to look for the solution of problems and expect that everything will be resolved by itself well. In their brains creativity and the desire to create completely replaced by continuous consumption of the information which was produced by TV. That is why after watching too much TV people get typical forgetfulness and decreased ability to think abstractly. Also excessive TV watching changes the outlook on life. Most of those who met in real life with the representatives of various professions, say that, in reality, these people are quite different.
Many people are addicted to various gadgets around them like, remote controls, mobile phones, etc. For examples the TV show modern family it really brings out an impact about technology on how Phil enjoys buying all these modern technology such as the google home or his smart TV and being able to control the TV from an iPad but having all this had created a conflict with his family due to the lack of how he would just want to be in the tv playing and all of this just makes people lazy such as Creating children to be attached on phones and laptops making them stop playing outside. Technology has impact everyone from a very young age, causing them to have various diseases like diabetes, obesity, blood pressure etc. and eye problems but also there is less communication between people. People lead a sedentary lifestyle and hence diseases are there constant
Pediatricians believe that long use of screens in children makes them more passive, while the lack of physical contact with others leads to lack of interaction and damages the healthy development of the senses of children. Something that happen a lot to me is when I’m studying and I have to use much technology this affects enormously my sleep. The brightness and electromagnetic waves, radio frequency emissions, microwave, sound, this affect greatly the sleep. Leave the exercise this shake lots the healthy, and consequently obesity and other diseases. People who watch a lot of TV are exposed to food advertising directed at them but without presenting anything nutritious and something that I learned in life, if you don’t have self-control what you see that is what you would like to
When my youngest nephew isn't allowed to go outside due to my sister having things to do in the house and not being able to watch him outside at the time, no screen will distract him. He will scream and cry and throw a fit until he's able to go outside with his siblings. Even his favorite TV shows and favorite games will not distract him from the fact that he wants to be playing
To sum up, Reality TV have negative influence among a majority of people by distracting reality in TV show from the real reality. This can cause children and adolescents follow some actors or contestants inappropriately because they can not think carefully or receive some advices from their parents while watching Reality TV shows with harmful, sex abuse, violence, and bad language. Reality TV also damage social values by separating realistic life and TV, it leads people to disrespect their own family and culture. Plentiful people suffer from Reality TV by destroying their dreams by persuading a rush inspiration to the audiences. The obvious fact about Reality TV is that no one can guarantee that when someone quitted from their jobs and try something new will perform thier abilities succesfully and bcome a winner.
The complaints and concerns about the way our environment influence new generations are being mentioned all the time. The new generation is said to be more focused on virtual reality rather than experiencing the actual world around them. Along with the problems about technology, even the music children listen to and the films they watch are not admired by the society.. In the recent years, the change in the direction that our society is heading have made us all fear about the future but this concern and disapproval seems to be focused especially on children. For example, a famous philosopher said “The children now love luxury; they have bad manners, contempt for authority; they show disrespect for elders and love chatter in place of exercise” (Socrates n.pag.).
That is why I wrote this paper. Videogames are always accused of being used to much and causing kids to only think about videogames or spending that much time in front of the screen is really bad for them. But that is SO easily avoided and people know about it they just think people won’t really do it. Spend only a hour or two playing videogames every few days. If you’re really concerned about it you may do that every day.
Moreover the portrayal of love and family in today’s soap operas can be questioned, to be giving a negative and fallacious view of what is acceptable in society. Likewise the overbearing theme of violence and explicit sexual content in todays TV shows, has also disturbed parents. With parents having less control over the TV shows their children watch, due to late working hours and their availability on the Internet, they fear that young children are being exposed to adult content, which may have negative affects on their behavior. To begin with in today’s world, TV shows that used to focus on creating educational value such as “Leave it to Beaver” and “Bill Nye the science guy”, have practically ceased to exist. With the preferences of teenagers changing through cultural globalization brought about by social media, more and more teenagers are interested in the romance between characters like “Damon and
Gone are the days when families used to watch sitcoms together. Bold dialogues prevent families to watch sitcoms together. They are filled with trash material that doesn’t allow a descent family to watch them together. For example the scene between Rooh Afza’s mother and her friends’ playing cards and their discussion regarding their drivers is totally absurd. Such things can’t be seen with family.
People in society don’t feel the need to learn. They are also addicted to the technology since it supports them so much. An example of this is when Montag asked “‘Will you turn the parlor off?’ He asked. ‘That's my family.’ ‘Will you turn it off for a sick man?’ ‘I'll turn it down.’” (49). Mildred is so addicted to the TV that she is prioritizing it over Montag who was sick at