David Mindich wrote an article entitled, “The Collapse of Big Media: The Young and the Restless” for the Wilson Quarterly, Spring 2005, a magazine based in Washington, D.C. Studies done by news executives show young adults are not engaging in news, even as they get older. In the article, Mindich points out that as people mature, they keep the habits of their youth. Fewer and fewer parents are bringing newspapers into their homes. Young adults are choosing to watch “reality” television rather than CNN. Kids do not even rely on the Internet for news.
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“Examine the reasons for changes in the divorce rate since 1969” In the past 30 or 40 years, there have been some major changes in the family and household patters. Since the 1960’s, there has been a great increase in the number of divorces in the UK. The number of divorces doubled between 1961 and 1969, and doubled again by 1972. The upward trend continued, peaking in 1993 at 189,000. Since then, numbers have fallen slightly, but where still pretty high at 157,000 in 2001 – about six times higher than in 1961.
They are less likely to meet at clubs or go bowling in groups. Putnam has estimated that every 10-minute increase in commutes makes it 10 percent less likely that people will establish and maintain close social ties. This trend is definitely leading towards physical isolation. Americans spend most of their free time using electronic devices of some sort. Advertisements show the decline in face to face communication when father and son are standing next to one another and instead of personal interaction; they
Whereas reading the local newspaper or reading a classic novel like “The Great Gatsby” by F Scott Fitzgerald would provide a more Nowadays kids don’t read don’twritedont care about anything . spending more time in their ipods and internet spacility is to sturdy typeriters or pens. In the older generations internet had seduced into charges based on fear ignorance and old multimedia. We cant see tht internet is the only a meen of communication . There are more than 30 million people in America who contuniously texting, bloging , emailing and constantly amended to their profiles in social networks like facebook, twitter etc.. Nowadays kids know more that what their parents know like outcomes of the election, any electronic device they call also advertise on social networks .
I agree that many eighteen and nineteen-year-olds are not mature enough to cross the street on their own, but by looking in almost any newspaper there are just as many sixty-year olds who seem to have a hard time with it too. Does the immaturity of that person make eliminate their right to drink alcohol? At every age there are people who are immature. I feel the drinking age should be lowered to
However in the afternoon it became apparent that the export figures were down £45 million. This was because of two jumbo jets they had imported last month and the figures only showed the month’s figures therefore this was a big shock to the public. These figures were then published in the newspaper so everyone could read it and see it. This would have had a
There have been many changes in the death and birth rate for many different reasons which have caused these rates to both increase and decrease throughout the 20th century and the beginning of the 21st. In general the trend for birth rates since 1900 is that it has dropped from around 1.1 million to about 0.7 million in 2001. Deaths have generally stayed the same at around 0.6 million wavering back and forth. Fertility rates have also changed from 115 live births per 1000 women aged between 15 and 44 in 1900 to only 54.5 in 2001. Life expectancy in 1900 was only around 47 for men and 50 for women whereas it now in 2013 83 for men and 87 for women.
The above diary sales data reveals a continuous decrease of sales from year 2007, when the store had sold 135 items for a total sales value of 1,300$, to year 2011 when sales dramatically went down to 37 items sold for a total amount of only 421$. 3. What trends are revealed by the percentage by age group data? The percentage by age group in the above data shows that from year 2007 to year 2011, while the range of under 30’s year old people seems to be the one having a decrease in their purchasing, the range group of 31-50 and that of above 51 years old show a gradually increase 4. You are contracted by an organisation (of your choice) to
Reading was his only escape from the world around him. There wasn’t access to television, and a proper education was for the rich and the lucky few. In modern day society, so much has changed. Writers, unlike in McCourt’s generation, are no longer heroes. The media has taken over so much of our life that the average teenager no longer sees reading as a daily obligation but more of an option along with surfing the Internet or watching TV.