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Entertainment has won a multitude of audiences around the world Though it is a very popular form of escape and amusement in the hearts of many its participants are blinded by the effects of its hidden vile Entertainment has effects on people without their knowledge Sooner or later its defects will begin to reflect in the viewers lives and begin to soften morality and defile clean happiness As Gabler asserts entertainment affects us in such a way that it will overturn morality Anything viewed on television seems to be amazement for the audiences Of course the glamour and popularity they see is something they too want in their lives In time the monkey see monkey do effect will kick in and begin to unfold Whether it is sex drugs or violence it will impact the views of the common people For example the show Jackass a show about guys doing absurd and idiotic stunts featured on the highly viewed MTV sends off a subliminal message to the audience that the stunts they perform is what society defines as cool In the beginning of the show the producers even warn the audience to not reenact what they see So in fact the makers of the show know that people will act out what was last seen in the most recent episode If it were not so they would not have needed to warn its viewers about imitating the stunts While entertainment dissolves morality it carries on with it acts of poisoning the springs of domestic happiness In music hip hop rock and such have evolved into what some call violent in our times and what people from the 1800s would have categorized as demonic These songs say that violence is the way to end ones problems There have been accounts against recording labels for releasing such songs that have been said to lead people to commit suicide Musicians are looked down upon with disgust
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