Essay On Influence Of Tv On
According to Marie Winn and her essay “The Plug-In Drug,” television has various negative effects on our society today.
In her essay Winn explores the ways in which television has harmfully caused disruptions with the quality of family life, rituals, and values.
She recognizes there is a problem with our society and the way in which it is consistently influenced by television.
I am able to agree with Winn on this point, but I do not feel that the totality of the influence is negative.
Everyone will live by himself, for himself just like the living beings of the animal world.
We will that day not believe in the definition that man is a social animal, and, that day we may have to be satisfied by saying that man is just another animal and not a social animal.
We use the TV as a convenient way to find out some of the simplest information such as the date, time, and what is going to be on channel 11 at .
When a TV programme is to be aired, people of all hues and colors get glued to their sitting rooms, no matter what may occur around them.
They become absolutely unaware of their surroundings and are completely lost into the world of the television.
The television has become one item of a family’s existence to such an extent that, now it cannot be brushed aside at this stage.
It is a part of every home whether it is in an urban locality or the rural.