<body> Public Ad Campaign: You Are What You Watch? The Social Effects of TV
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Friday, July 26, 2019

You Are What You Watch? The Social Effects of TV

The adage shouldn't be you are what you eat, or in this case, you are what you watch, but rather you are what you attend. It is a simple concept that we would like to be able to escape but its the nature of reality. If we cover our cities in advertising, we spend time attending that advertising, and the messages and ideas behind them become us. Don't fool yourself into thinking you can ignore them, or simply beat them at thier game. It simply isn't how things work.
Other than sleeping and working, Americans are more likely to watch television than engage in any other activity. More [HERE]

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