This is because the world is not as it seems any more. The entire world has now become a business place or a market and every individual from his birth as customers. All the daily chores and even the first steps of…
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ive of business the commercialization of education as entertainment might seem a step towards improvement, the same picture might not be so beautiful while considering the total benefit from the human point of view.
Neil Postman in his essay, Learning in the Age of Television, speaks about how the toddlers are targeted and how from the tender age they are made to understand and feel the importance of entertainment. He stresses on the steps that the television serials takes to capture the attention of the children and teaches them to abhor the regular classroom learning. From the very beginning, the television instills in the child’s mind the colorful world of entertainment and commercializes education. Edmundson in his essay On the Uses of a Liberal Education too continues this same fact. While Postman concentrates on the childhood potion of this generation, Edmundson concentrates on the teenage and pre adulthood portion or segments, which includes his observations of his own students.
Neil Postman and Edmundson both stresses on the use of guilt that is stressed by the television and how it inculcates the need for entertainment into the minds of the children of this generation from their very birth. Postman argues that the shows like Sesame Street offers the parents guilt free pass this is because in most cases both the parents who are busy in their career cannot give time to their children. This is the reason that their children spend long hours watching TV (Postman). By allowing, their children to watch Sesame Street the parent feel that their children are learning something. This reduces their guilt considerably. Further, it also allows them time away from their children. It helps them to keep their children busy while they work. What they do not understand is the effect that TV has on their children in the later age.
Edmundson traces the effect of this childhood TV watching and need for entertainment in his own classroom when he would
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