Sociology: Mass media has a great effect on society, especially on teens and young adults.

Nov 25th, 2015
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Step One

Mass media has a great effect on society, especially on teens and young adults. How has the use of mass media played a significant role in shaping our thoughts in generational poverty?

Step Two

Our lives are shaped by several social factors, such as:

  • The time period in which we live
  • Our social location and neighborhood
  • Our social class, gender, and race

Your second task is to list the demographics discussed in the article. Are specific nationalities targeted? What is the average age of those affected? What is that significance of these elements?

Step Three

Your third task is to relay the regions of the world this issue is taking place. Where, geographically, does the article suggest this issue is sooner taking place? If the article discusses the United States and the problem exists everywhere in the US, is there a kind of geographical location associated with the discussion, specifically, sections of a given state, neighborhoods, etc.






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