TV’s influence shows in high school life

“‘I wake up to the radio, eat breakfast to the TV, drive to school to the radio, use computers for schoolwork, and read magazines and watch TV before bed &

“‘I wake up to the radio, eat breakfast to the TV, drive to school to the radio, use computers for schoolwork, and read magazines and watch TV before bed — [the media] is always there,’ South senior Debbie Bernstein said, and her words apply to most all of us here at South. Whether it be from television, radio, print journalism, or the internet, the mass media influences each of us in some way, every day…”


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Date:
November 23, 2016
Author:
XPLANE