The Impact of Mass Media on Student Contents I. Introduction II. The Impact of Mass Media on Students 1. Good impact 2. Bad impact III. Conclusion Introduction Mass Media refers collectively to all media technologies—Including television, newspapers, and radio—which are used for mass communications (delivering messages to a large audience) according to www.Wikipedia.com Kind of Mass Media The Impact of Mass Media on Students 1. Good impact of Mass Media Print Media the useful information available job and the requirement of the job the real data of various information Electronic media Television a lot of program to study to build or create the new material maintain the national culture and civilization The Impact of Mass Media on Students Radio study of the listening skill about the social events Video access easy of learning all subjects the morality in the social life Digital Media Internet can study a lot of knowledge the opinion of social issue how technology work and improve in the recent world sufficient information to students The Impact of Mass Media on Students Telephone make relationship with the peers 2. Bad Impact Electronic Media Television and Video imitate role model gradually health problems spend time on television and do nothing foreign cultures are entering the group of students’ mind have sexual intercourse The Impact of Mass Media on Students Radio entertainment tool teaches the student to drink beer or wine and smoke have misconnection Digital Media Internet bad shape to students looking for the outside world and forget the national culture full of pornographic website The Impact of Mass Media on Students Mobile Phone miscommunication in their role of study and daily life affect the students’ health for long distance Conclusion All in all, every thing has its own advantages and disadvantages, so we, the students, should consider and think again and again about the effect of what we do and what we have done to avoid unexpected event.
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