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Rapid-fire Media May Confuse Your Moral Compass, Study Suggests

Rapid-fire Media May Confuse Your Moral Compass, Study Suggests | Negative Effects of Mass Media- Aspect 3 | Scoop.it
In one of the first brain studies of "higher" emotions like empathy and morality, neuroscientists find that such emotions are evoked slowly.
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Americans Say Media Assaulting Morals

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Jordan Pastoria's comment, March 18, 2013 7:40 AM
Sixty-eight percent of U.S. citizens stated that the media is negatively effecting our country's moral values according to a study released wednesday by the CMI. The study also shows that the more they watch TV, the less likely they believe that the media isn't effecting the country's morals.
Jordan Pastoria's comment, March 18, 2013 11:08 PM
The Culture and Media Institute also found that 54% of U.S. citizens think that media affects our moral values negatively. 73% believe that the movie industry is badly affecting our moral values. The more a person watches TV, the more lenient his attitudes are towards sexual issues. Also they concluded that the more the person watches TV, the less likely they are to value and obey God's Word.
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Media Harm Nation’s Moral Values

Media Harm Nation’s Moral Values | Negative Effects of Mass Media- Aspect 3 | Scoop.it
While the nation's morals continue to decay, divorce rates soar and families are, as a result, rent asunder with consequent increase in crim
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Jordan Pastoria's comment, March 15, 2013 10:17 AM
While America's morals steadily decline, broken marriage rates continue to sky rocket, and crime rates continually incline. It is sometimes amazing that TV stations and programs do not take time and think about the bad images that appear on their shows and telecasts. The messages continue to be unenlightening and persistent. This shows that the media is not listening to what the people are talking about.
Jordan Pastoria's comment, March 18, 2013 7:34 AM
The Gallop survey that was taken last month in June, concluded that U.S. citizens have a low level of confidence in the Fourth Estate. Only 23% of Americans stated that they have a lot of confidence in the news, and 22% for newspapers. Neither of the studies have not done very well in the history if Gallup's polls, but both of these studies show very low numbers for this year. The National Cultural Values Survey concluded that large numbers of parents from each major demographic area believe that the media is negatively effecting America's moral values.
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 - The Future of Children -

 - The Future of Children - | Negative Effects of Mass Media- Aspect 3 | Scoop.it
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Jordan Pastoria's comment, March 18, 2013 4:53 PM
In families where the adults stressed communication between the family members , kids were not as likely to watch fictional violence on TV and displayed a higher moral understanding ability. Adults who stressed control, kids watched more fictional aggression and had a less skilled moral understanding. Both experiments show that watching a lot of TV violence may effect and hurt kids' moral growth.
Tami Yaklich's comment, March 21, 2013 11:22 PM
Again, you are taking info word for word from these sources - PARAPHRASE!!!
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Impact of the Media on Moral Values

The effect that mass media and news media have on public perception and public values is an issue that has been studied extensively over the years.
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Jordan Pastoria's comment, March 18, 2013 11:14 PM
The effects of morality can be seen in America mainly around election time. The media makes a heavy effort to try to swing a whole audience in one direction. Maxwell McCombs created a study about the undecided voters in the 1968 election. His study showed that there was a great comparison between the issue main point and the moral agenda of undecided voters. This shows support to the claim that the media has the skill to cause people to think about different problems of concern.