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Many times we look to past decades in our lives or either in television series with a nostalgic outlook Looking to the past with a nostalgia outlook is not always healthy for a person When a person looks to another time in a nostalgic way people see things the way that things used to be and this can affect the outlook they have on society today When a person has nostalgic outlook on life today they forget about a lot of aspects of life that was not around forty or fifty years ago this can often produce counter productive results Often when a person has a problem they look to the past for the answers of todayWhen a person looks to the past they see how things use to be Then one mass media has played an important role in nostalgia If you look back to the 1930s like Coontzs does the major forms of mass media were not present during those years and were being better developed during the 1950s When a person thinks of nostalgia they long for things to be the same way they were in the past decades yet they are not The mass media can have a major effect on events such as gender roles domestic violence economic factor etc At the beginning of What We Really Miss About The 1950s Coontz makes a statement about her mother letting her check out whatever she wanted from the library but she could not image doing this with her son today This can show how the mass media has developed Today there are just not books but there is also videotapes CDs and DVDs This makes information more easy accessible than it was in the 1950s and the also a greater variety of resources to be viewed This helps to make viewing of violence sex foul language more widely available for a younger audiences to view In some aspects of the new
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