The reporters in the early 1900s had to be very detailed and descriptive in order for people to know what they were talking about. Today, we have televisions that broadcast all of the news stories. Many Americans sit in front of the TV every day for entertainment. Now we have everything we need right around us. The TV has a major impact on our society.
It was usually hot and humid in Puerto Rico, so most of the time I stayed at home. Every day, when I came home from school, I would put my school things away, sat on the faded red sofa and turned on the TV. I would watch Danny Phantom, or any show that was on and watched with my family. I was always fascinated by the stories, the characters and would end up daydreaming. I would ask myself if there was something that would allow me to use creativity and imagination to make something new?
The people start to recreate the tv series or a movie in their ordinary life. The television gives people an important lesson of life and people find the examples of what’s right in TV. This one of many illustrations how the television and films influence humans’
One of the incidences was, two Indian were speaking their native language were shot. However, I had a great time last night watching We Hold this Truth with Ivan. This play was very important and I prefer every student should watch this because the new presidency is affecting people in many ways. Such as economic, racial, color and jobs. The starting of the play was very interesting, the character of different race come and sit together to watch a news on TV.
That variable alone is a huge impact on a child. III. Second Body Paragraph Children prefer to watch television and be on social media, not to mention, there are many children throughout the world who like to play sports and be active; but just not all of them do. Personally, when I get home from school, I have so many options of what to do after school. I could read my favorite books, go play softball with my little brother, or even take my dog with me on adventures; on the flipside, I end up spending the rest of my day watching some of my favorite TV shows.
In just one generation's time, watching television became a major activity in people’s spare time. The time spend on watching television is overwhelmingly exceeds any other human activities, like take care of children, socializing or outdoor activities, etc. The Simpsons often teases Americans love television. For example, when Bart and Homer asked Maggie what is her favorite, she immediately went to hold the TV; another scene is Homer tends to become fidget because he will spend a winter without television and beer. This is no exaggeration to depict real situation in current society.
I have a big 40 inch television for when I play my games on. I spend a lot of times at friends’ houses getting a break from reality and work. I play a lot of video games when I’m not at school and work or at friends’ houses. It helps me escape reality for a while and feel normal again. At night I love going into my room to go to bed because the posters on the wall make cool green effect that helps me sleep.
My friends are the people who I can trust and depend on under any circumstance. They always seem to bring me joy when it is needed, and make get out of my comfort zone to build my confidence. My friends have showed me to be more confident, happy, spontaneous, and curious. Majority of the spontaneous things I have done have been with my friends. Whether it be staying up all night to make pancakes and watch movies, or to simply just see a movie.
When I am watching a TV show and my favorite actor or actress comes on, I always watch them closely and grow more into the character or actor. This is significant because if they didn't have a high salary, they wouldn't be able to do it. After they are in one movie or TV show everyone loves them so people pay more to have them again. In any situation, sports or film, they always are able to make us laugh and cry. This happens because we know them so well and get so
All of these are some of the themes that advertisers use to grab the attention of children while watching TV. According to Nassar & Zien (2012) who analyzed the effects of TV ads on children in the middle east, “children pay more attention to what they see rather than to what they only hear” (p.268). Hence, fast food advertisers take this opportunity to their advantage by designing advertisements with many visual triggers along with a nice food packaging and a great displaying of the product. A study about the effects of food ads on children and parents found that the majority of children in a sample size of 75 favored to have the unhealthy advertised food item they saw on TV than a