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Teen Teen Times The Media’s infuence on teens teens The media infuences teenagers both positively and negatively. negatively. We are a pop culture society. We watch celebrities, we talk about movies, and we love to eel connected. Thereore, Thereore, the entertainment industry and media exert a great infuence upon teens as they are gaining their sense o sel. The infuences can be both good and bad and this article will explore both. t seems that more oten than not, the media and entertainment industry infuence teens teens both both positi positivel vely y and negative negatively ly on a larger larger scale than is usuall usually y though thought. t. !et’s ace it, in most cases the media isn’t getting you out o doors. "ou are most likely to bunker down in ront o the T# or a avourite show or to play a video game. "ou’re "ou’re still inactive even while doing something positive like reading a newspaper or maga$ maga$ine ine.. With With these norms, you’re more likely to stay inside rather than get yoursel out there and being active during your teen years. Things you see on T# and in the media help align what you believe to be the norms. Whethe Whetherr you’r you’re e watchi watching ng violen violence, ce, lookin looking g at an extre extremel mely y skinny skinny model model in a maga$ine, maga$ine, or viewing viewing something something else entirely, entirely, the things things that you see are those you expect to be normal. While you might be able to use your %udgment, in some circumsta circumstances nces,, the media is establish establishing ing right rom rom wrong, wrong, and that can get you in&to' trouble as a teen( The positive e)ects o the media might not be touched upon oten, but they do exist. Teens can learn rom media and entertainment, develop new skills and stay out o trouble as well. t can be argued that as you are glued to your T# or video game &two o the most criticised mediums', you’re not doing yoursel any avors as a teen. Well, you’re better o) there than on the streets getting involved in crime, so it’s not all that bad. *ust remember to do everything everything in moderation( www.newtimes.co.rw+ &slightly www.newtimes.co.rw+ &slightly adapted' B. 1.
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your answers by quoting from the text. a. b. c. d. e.
o matter how powerul the media is, it doesn’t really infuence teens. Teens Teens don’t really eel like like leaving the house when they can can play a video game instead or watch T#. you don’t use your %udgment while reading and watching the media, you may be in danger. t is possible or teens to become knowledgeable about all sorts o things by reading newspapers or watching -lms. ome adults agree that it’s better or teens to stay at home than to be outdoors with gangs or risky company. e!read the text and match the clauses in the columns below so as to form a com"lete sentence#
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a. present in T# shows and maga$ine articles. b. striking a balance between being a media
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and notions 4. 5 course it is possible or teens 6. t’s all about
media passively. d. should never be disregarded. e. is preerable to doing outdoor activities.
a. b. c. d.
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