Television, newspapers, magazines, and other media pay too much attention to the personal lives of famous people such as public figures and celebrities. Use specific reasons and details to explain your opinion.
As humans living in civilized societies, we are all eager to keep ourselves up-to-date by all means of media like television, Internet and magazines. Based on personality type, emotional concerns people differ greatly in their attitude toward the sort of information they get using such media. Nowadays, unfortunately, everyone is interested in celebrities and famous actors personal life and life style, which is a great motivation for different sorts of media to focus on such people's personal life. Moreover, personal interest and economical issues urges media to spend most of their time in such issues rather than the real purpose of media which is informing people. In the following paragraphs I will explicate my reasons much more meticulously.
The first reason to point out is that nowadays people's lifestyle and mentality toward living has changed. In other words, as far as I am concerned, most of the people, young adults mainly, are spending most of their precious time to know personal matters of celebrities. Where they go for holidays, what sort of clothes they wear, what kind of car they like and so on. Surprisingly for most of people taking a photograph with such people is a dream. As a result there are compelling grounds for media to increase their focus on such trivial issues.
Furthermore, another significant factor which is considerable incentive for media to provide more information on such grounds is their personal interest and economical issues.
No doubt that in today's world financial issues is top priority for everyone, and corporations which are financing different sorts of media are not an exception either. To illustrate the concept, last week some news reports disclosed that a famous actress paid enormous amount of money to a magazine to publish her picture in the first page of each issue for almost a year.
To sum it up, based on the above discussion, there are ample evidence to believe that media is caring too much on famous people's personal life. Economical issues and public interest toward this issue are substantial incentive for media to focus on such matters.
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Well, M4soud, you did well in this essay and you made your point.
Indeed, media can really influence our surroundings and us as individual. It creates an illusion or a representation of how we want the world to be seen and how the world see us.
It's a great deal of activity to handle in one sitting or one analysis, media in all sorts is very influential. As to your writing, you made a good analysis and you write in a logical and well structured order, I suggest though that you widen your perspective when media is your subject, needless to say, media and technological advancement as a whole does have good effect in our lives too.