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Asked by Kritika Singh

Aug 28, 2014

i want an speech on- impact of media on teenagers.

i want an speech on- impact of media on teenagers.

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Syeda

Member since Jan 25, 2017

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Media is everywhere; it has become a part of our daily life. The media plays a dominant role in the learning process. Its impact is vast in shaping the life of an individual. Media has the potential to shape personalities, change the way we perceive and understand the world and our immediate reality.Many universities and research institutions are also linked. They are able to exchange experiences, novelties and often they start new projects together. If they are linked, they can save time and money. You can create new social contacts all over the world, which you could not do so easy without the internet.People today are better informed and more enlightened thanks to thriving press freedom and expanding information discrimination here and in many parts of the world.
Media has contributed greatly in ways that both enlighten and enrich society , but in other ways it has deteriorated and perplexed it. It depends on how the youth using the internet as the global information. It also much influenced by the moral background of the youth. Youth with good moral back will take very much advantage information from the internet to enrich their life. But if the youth have a bad moral background, internet will destroy their life.Though media's role is to inform, educate and entertain, it also corrupts and exploits, contributing to the moral degradation of society.

Before blaming the media , we go to take a good look at our own notions and concepts of things. The media and the society go hand in hand. it's something like 'you scratch my back, and i scratch youth’.
The Media ought to be used as a tool for solving, promoting and improving YOUTH MATTERS, so that the youths can be well oriented and educated on the roles they are expected to play in the very near future.
My opinion is that the media should focus on educative programmes that would educate the minds of young people and give children the right to express themselves through the media.

Eshita Mehta

I think that from here you may get your answer

Media is everywhere; it has become a part of our daily life. The media plays a dominant role in the learning process. Its impact is vast in shaping the life of an individual. Media has the potential to shape personalities, change the way we perceive and understand the world and our immediate reality.Many universities and research institutions are also linked. They are able to exchange experiences, novelties and often they start new projects together. If they are linked, they can save time and money. You can create new social contacts all over the world, which you could not do so easy without the internet.People today are better informed and more enlightened thanks to thriving press freedom and expanding information discrimination here and in many parts of the world.
Media has contributed greatly in ways that both enlighten and enrich society , but in other ways it has deteriorated and perplexed it. It depends on how the youth using the internet as the global information. It also much influenced by the moral background of the youth. Youth with good moral back will take very much advantage information from the internet to enrich their life. But if the youth have a bad moral background, internet will destroy their life.Though media's role is to inform, educate and entertain, it also corrupts and exploits, contributing to the moral degradation of society.

Before blaming the media , we go to take a good look at our own notions and concepts of things. The media and the society go hand in hand. it's something like 'you scratch my back, and i scratch youth’.
The Media ought to be used as a tool for solving, promoting and improving YOUTH MATTERS, so that the youths can be well oriented and educated on the roles they are expected to play in the very near future.
My opinion is that the media should focus on educative programmes that would educate the minds of young people and give children the right to express themselves through the media.

Ajadeep Sai Devavarapu

These indirect media influences can suggest to teenagers that these are ‘normal’ ways to look and behave.

But being exposed to media influence, images and messages doesn’t automatically mean your child is at risk. Teenagers don’t just take on board everything the media – or anybody else – tells them. They can be savvy consumers of media messages.

Ajadeep Sai Devavarapu

Media influence on teenagers can be deliberate – for example, media advertising is often directed at children and teenagers. This means that children and teenagers are increasingly conscious of brands and images. You’re not alone if your child has pestered you to buy the next ‘in’ thing!
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