But it would mean looking in places other than shopping malls and cineplexes.It might mean looking into their own minds and hearts. This documentary also looks at how real life and TV life are blurring together, acting like a feedback loop to push popular teen culture towards more violent and sexual behaviors.
If middle-aged men throwing themselves into pools of excrement is what these teens and early twenty-somethings regard as entertainment, than the likes of MTV will provide it.
But if they are given nothing other than junk entertainment, how can kids possibly demand something of higher quality?
Over the time it has been ranked as high as 110 423 in the world, while most of its traffic comes from USA, where it reached as high as 60 754 position. We found that is poorly ‘socialized’ in respect to any social network.
Menchats has a decent Google pagerank and bad results in terms of Yandex topical citation index.
But weren't the kids just behaving in a manner consistent with the media messages?
The irony is kids will believe these things are cool if it's marketed to them as such.
They do surveys on kids, endlessly looking for the "typical" American teenager, as if there could be such a thing in a country as diverse as the United States.
They want to know what music he or she listens to, what they eat, what they wear, what interests them, where they go, what do they do for fun, and what do they like to watch.
The corporations want to find out what is the next hot trend and be the first ones to package and distribute it on the mass market.