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1984 Televisions Vs Telescreens

   
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Unlike the televisions of our present day, the telescreens in 1984 also served as a device constantly monitoring the citizen's actions by means of an integrated camera and microphone in addition to broadcasting continuous pro Party propaganda. Setting aside the surveillance aspect of the telescreens, it is easy to see to a striking similarity between the televisions in our society and the fictional telescreens Orwell created in 1984...
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Setting aside the surveillance aspect of the telescreens, it is easy to see to a striking similarity between the televisions in our society and the fictional telescreens Orwell created in 1984. Numerous studies have concluded that the content and amount of television programming watched by individuals ? especially by children - has a direct result on the behavior of that individual...
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