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  • Media
  • Media
  • • Press • Movie • Internet• Video Game • Television
  • PRESS
  • PRESS
  • PRESS
  •  News reports that are printed are meant to provide information that is supposed to be truthful or factually But,when “news” is published in favour of a particular politician by selling editorial space, the reader is misled into believing that an advertisement is a “news” story that is truthful, fair and objective.
  • NEWS RELATED TO PAID MEDIA
  • Court restrains media in Aarushi murder case“Must not indulge in such character assassination”Asks the ASG to find out who was leaking such reportsMatter posted for further hearing on August 19 NewDelhi: The Supreme Court on Monday by an interimorder restrained the print and the electronic mediafrom carrying reports relating to the Aarushi murdercase which might have the effect of prejudicing theinvestigation or affecting the reputation of the victim,accused or any person connected with the case.
  •  DIRTY FACE OF COMMERCIALIZATION OF THE PRESS. MEDIA TRIES TO SENSATIONALIZE EVERY UNIMPORTANT AND BLATANT THING. MEDIA ASK INSENSITIVE QUESTIONS
  •  EXAMPLE OF OM PURI: WHEN OM PURI’S WIFE RELEASED HER BIBLIOGRAPHI MEDIA REPORTS THE NEGATIVE STUFF WITH THE HIGH LEVEL OF ENTHUSIASM
  •  Another example :RAHUL MAHAJAN kicked ,punched his wife dragged her by her hair. We really dont believe that the reporter wanted an answer to that question. media has the negative effects on children, adult, youth and the whole society The reporting is such that our country has nothing good happening within its borders. This poor reporting makes us lose faith in our country.
  • TELEVISION MEDIATRADIONAL REALITY SHOWS SHOWS
  • Traditional SHOWS TV serials affect the relationship between the families. Watching intense emotions on TV leaves a long lasting impact on one’s mind. Excessive watching of TV leads to detrimental to ones physical and mental health. People become unable to manage their time for developing good habits like reading, socializing, etc.
  • REALITY SHOWS The first Effect of reality TV shows deals with the age group of the most likely viewers – TEENAGERS. Content depicted includes violence and adult content in TV do have negative impact on viewers. Delusion that their appearance should mirror the people they see on reality shows. It develops the spirit of Power & Influence , Survival & Outwitting, Revenge & honor, etc.
  • MOVIESSMOKING IN MOVIES
  •  Smoking in movies continues to influence youth to become addicted to one of the most deadly products legally available for consumption. A study released in the journal Archives of Pediatric and Adolescent Medicine shows a direct link between viewing smoking in movies and established adolescent smoking. According to the study, youth that are exposed to movies smoking double their risk of becoming established smokers, who are at high risk to suffer the consequences of adult tobacco addiction.
  •  Nearly five-thousand U.S. adolescents aged 10 to 14 years were followed over a period of two years to determine their exposure to movie smoking and whether they were considered “established smokers,” which researchers defined as the adolescent having smoked more than 100 cigarettes in their short lifetime. At the beginning of the study, 5,637 (90 percent) of the teens had never smoked, while 33 (0.5 percent) had smoked more than 100 cigarettes. By the two-year follow-up survey, 125 of the participants had become established smokers. Adolescents who were below the midpoint of movie smoking exposure were less likely than teens who were above the midpoint to have smoked more than 100 cigarettes.
  • VIOLENCE IN MOVIES
  • In 2005, researchers at the IndianaUniversity School of Medicine foundthat non-aggressive teenagers whowere exposed to high levels ofmovies violence had similar brainactivity as aggressive teenagers whohad been diagnosed with disruptivebehavior disorder. The non-aggressive teenagers who wereexposed to movies violence had thesame reduced frontal lobe activityas those teenagers who hadbehavioral problems. The teenagersthat were not exposed to moviesviolence had more activity in thefrontal lobe, meaning that they hadbetter self-control and higherattention spans.
  • NEGATIVE BODY IMAGE
  • Teenagers today are faced with many pressures toconform to a specific body type that society expects us toobtain. This increasing pressure causes young people tohave a distorted idea of body image and many men andwomen are becoming more thin in order to look like whatis acceptable. The emphasis that movies puts on bodyimage is affecting teenagers in a negative way by makingthem feel insecure about their own bodies and givingthem false images of unrealistic body types thatteenagers assume they must achieve in order to beaccepted by society.
  • EFFECTS ON CHILDRENSChildrens between theages of 6 and 12 stillhave a lot ofdevelopment to gothrough. Is the mediaaround them affectingthem more than wethink?Childrens today areinfluenced by so manydifferent things.Television, video gamesplays a major part in it.
  • Development That May AffectMotor development- the acquisition ofskills involving movement.Physical development- bodyproportions.Neurological development- changesthat are going on in their brains.Cognitive development- their ability toreason change over time.Moral development- how does theirbackground affect them.Language development- speechSocial development- interactionSex-role development- learning abouttheir gender.
  • How Television Affect our kidsTelevision can influence our childrens inmany ways.Our childrens these days watch onaverage 25 hours per week or 3 ½ hoursa day .This much television can affect childrensideas about body image and genderidentity.Reading comprehension and childobesity are affected.We are adding to the outrageousstatistics of child obesity if we allow thisto happen?
  • AACAP.org (American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry)point out some good points about television and violence.Extensive viewing of television violence causes greateraggressiveness.Sometimes, watching a single violent program can increaseaggressiveness.Childrens who view shows in which violence is veryrealistic, frequently repeated or unpunished, are more likely toimitate what they see.Childrens with emotional, behavioral, learning or impulse controlproblems may be more easily influenced by TV violence.The impact of TV violence may be immediately evident in the childsbehavior or may surface years later.Young people can even be affected when the family atmosphereshows no tendency toward violence.
  • Video gamesVideo games are just another formof movies that affects our childrenstoday.It started out that video games werecute cartoon characters.With the technology evolving theyhave turned into very graphicgames.This is what draws the childrens in.Every year it seems that they comeout with a system that has evenbetter graphics then the one beforeit.The games also have become morehostile and disrespectful then ever.
  • How Video Games Affect our kidsOver-dependence on video games could foster socialisolation, as they are often played alone.Practicing violent acts may contribute more to aggressivebehavior than passive television watching. Studies dofind a relationship between violent television watchingand behavior.Women are often portrayed as weaker characters that arehelpless or sexually provocative.Game environments are often based on plots of violence,aggression and gender bias.Many games only offer an arena of weapons, killings,kicking, stabbing and shooting.