the media affect us by giving news that shaped the way we think. If we almost always get good news we tend to think positively and when we always receive bad news we tend to think negatively.
just my 2 cents...
It tells us how to live, what to eat, what we should know ("news") etc based on concerns of advertisers.
it effects everything you do. everyday of your life is effected by the media is some way. they decide on what you learn and how you learn it. they decide what is the truth and what isn't. the media entertains you and even decides who you will like as entertainers.
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