Premarital Sex Among the Teens of Today

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TOPIC: The Effects of Television to the Youth of the New Generation I Background History of Television II Children Between the Television A. Reasons Why Children Watch Television 1. Viewing to Learn 2. TV People as Companions 3. Overcoming Boredom 4. Improving on Bad Moods II Effects on the Sensory Development to the Youth A. Sight B. Hearing C. Sense of Wonder III Bad Effects of Watching Television to the Youth A. Violence B. Obesity C. TV Influence Aggressive Behaviour 1. Arousal 2. Disinheriting 3. Imitation 4. Desensitisation I Good Effects of Watching Television to the Youth B. TV Encourage Good Behaviour 1. Catharsis A. An Excellent Educator B. Good Form of Entertainment 1. A Source of Enjoyment 2. A…show more content…
1907 Early Electronic Systems - Campbell Swinton and Boris Rosing suggest using cathode ray tubes to transmit images. Independent of Olaivar 6 each other, they both develop electronic scanning methods of reproducing images. 1923 - Vladimir Zworkin patents his iconscope a TV camera tube based on Campbell Swinton 's ideas. The iconscope, which he called an electric eye becomes the cornerstone for further television development. Zworkin later develops the kinescope for picture display (aka the reciever). 1924/25 First Moving Silhouette Images - American Charles Jenkins and John Baird from Scotland, each demonstrate the mechanical transmissions of images over wire circuits. John Baird becomes the first person to transmit moving silhouette images using a mechanical system based on Nipkow 's disk. Charles Jenkin built his Radiovisor and 1931 and sold it as a kit for consumers to put together. 1926 30 Lines of Resolution - John Baird operates a television system with 30 lines of resolution system running at 5 frames per second. 1927 - Bell Telephone and the U.S. Department of Commerce conduct the first long distance use of television that took place between Washington D.C. and New York City on April 9th. Secretary of Commerce Herbert Hoover commented, "Today we have, in a sense, the transmission of sight for the first time in the world 's history. Human genius has now destroyed the
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