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- #579475You have tried to bring out the changes the TV has brought into children's behaviour and generally in households.
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I agree that TV has stolen the prime time from our children and adults from their other occupations. However change is a constant happening. If something better than TV comes, then that will get the place.
Let us keep faith on ourselves and work sincerely, not leave everything to fate.
- #579479Things do change with the passage of time. There was a time in the past when there were no schools and the children had nothing else to do but to play only throughout the day. However, after the advent of technology, the things began changing at a faster pace.
In the cities, there are other issues also. The population has increased tremendously and the people have started living in flats instead of spacious independent houses with open spaces both in the front and rear sides. Traffic has increased manifold making it riskier to venture out for playing in the neighborhood parks if any. In addition to that, crime has increased and sometimes we come across unfortunate news of kidnapping of children for ransom etc. The playgrounds etc. are vanishing from the school premises also. Nowadays, many schools are housed in a multistory building without any playground though equipped with air-conditioners.
In future, more changes will occur due to further increase in population and consequent increase in the vehicular traffic. However, the fact remains that it is very important for children to involve themselves in some kind of physical activity in any case.
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