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“The Negative Effects of Technology on Children’s Social Development”

Electronic Media is running our society and religion. Electronic Media is a part of our daily lives, whether we like it or not. Therefore, it is a must to teach how to use it. Electronics Media is a part of our daily life, whether we like it or not. Especially for Christian youths, it is very important that we be careful in the use of these tools.
What is Electronics Media?
Media is the plural form of medium, derived from the Latin word middle. Media is divided into two main categories, Print Media and Electronic Media. Print Media covers everything from the basics of information to the greatest books. Electronic Media is the use of technology for communication and communication. Electronic media requires electricity to run. Electronic Media is the most commonly used media in the world. Electronic Media is the most commonly used media in the world. Electronic Media is called E-Media for short.
Radio: Radio is one of the most widely used electronic media in the world. In 1980, Italian scientist Marconi invented radio transmission. It was used by the military for communication during World War I and later by the public. In 1920, the Radio Program was successfully broadcast from England. In 1954, Mizoram had 10 radio stations. In 1954, Mizoram had 10 radio stations.
Television: “Television is a relentless beast, a news medium, a misleader of children, a great teacher, a communicator, a rebel and an idiot box ”. In 1926, John Logia Baird invented the first television in London. Television is appreciated for its ability to broadcast audio as well as video.
Television was introduced in Mizoram in 1985. In 1991, Sky Link (Best Vision) introduced cable TV. Cable TV has had a profound impact on our society and religion. In 1991, there were only 4114 TVs [8] in Mizoram, but now 98.923% of households in Azul city have TVs and 85.6% of households outside Azul city have TVs. This means that almost every household in Mizoram already has a TV.

 Telephone/Cellular Phone: Telecommunication is the process of communicating over long distances. The telephone was invented in 1876 by Alexander Graham Bell. 1970 Bells Lab. Amos Joel, who worked on it, discovered a “call handoff” that captures cells during speech. Motorola founder Martin Cooper invented the first mobile phone in.
Telecommunication System was introduced in Mizoram in the 1950s and the telephone was introduced in the 1980s. On January 31, 2004, BSNL began offering mobile connections.  Currently, with Ariel, Vodafone, etc. we can easily have whatever we want.

 Internet: Mizoram Internet was introduced in 1999 by BSNL. Initially, Dial-Up Connection was provided for a long time. In 2006, Broadband was provided. In 2008, High-Speed ​​Broadband was provided. We can now access the Internet from BSNL, Tata Photon and DoCoMo, Reliance 3G, and Ariel Data Cards. There are many people who use the Internet on mobile phones. There are many people who use the Internet on mobile phones. Facebook and other social networks are very popular in rural areas. BSNL Broadband alone has more than 4422 connections.
 Impact of Electronic Media:

Electronic Media has a huge impact on us in both positive and negative ways will be received.
Negative Impact:

E-media is a powerful tool that has a negative impact on our lives. E-media is a powerful tool that has a negative impact on our lives he is ready to bring us more. E-Media is a bad thing we are seeing.                                                         Culture: The power of e-media is that the ears enter the ears, the ears hear the sound, the eyes see the smile, which guides our minds and thoughts, and we live according to what we see and hear he was released. Television is the most misleading thing in mezzo society. In the 1970s, we had a cinema hall/theater. Cowboy films are the most popular films in the world. Cowboy films are the most popular films in the world. Cable TV channels such as MTV and Channel V have broadcast Mize girls’ and boys’ dress codes and English singers’ dress codes. In 2004, the Korean wave hit us again, and young people wore short shorts and cut their hair.

Beyond the way we dress, it affects our society. Misos is a communitarian society. However, the power of the media has separated us from the spirit of individualism, and we have become involved with our neighbors less and less. E-media is destroying the beautiful society that makes us Miso.

Cinema and Video (VHS) have introduced us to X-rated films, and since the Internet has become available, pornography has become more popular. These things have nothing good to do with us, sex abuse and rape are increasing. Taut and petals are also increasing. According to a survey conducted by the Synod Social Front, 90% of Mize youths believe that the media is leading them to sexual immorality. According to newspapers and NGOs, many young women are being sold for Top Up. These are also terribly influenced by the media.

 Religion: Culture and religion are closely related. After the advent of electronic media in Mizoram, most Mize youths spend more time in front of television, video, and computer than in church. The media has a profound influence on our dress, values, religion, and spirituality. Zarma Today (Monthly Magazine) survey shows that 2004-2006. They believed in him. Many church leaders said that the 8:30-9:00 pm schedule has reduced the number of church services.  In a survey conducted by Zarma Today, 69% of 111 respondents put Kasautii ahead of spiritual life!

SMS texts are sent out from the church, and posts, comments, and likes are posted on Facebook instead of listening to the sermons.

Mizoram Synod Social Front (MSSF ):  survey shows that respondents spend more than an hour a day watching TV and most respondents spend more than an hour touching mobile phones lump. This disrupts sleep and wakes times and interferes with time spent working and studying. 30.83% of Zarma Today survey respondents believe that electronic media is taking away valuable time.

In 2008, Zarma Today reported that Mizoram’s annual expenditure on mobile phone bills alone is Rs. 89,28,00,000/-,  which is much higher than this. Considering all the money we spend on TV bills, Internet bills, and other things, we spend a shameful amount of money on our economy.

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