THE FLUENCY OF MASS MEDIA ON SOCIETY

Authors

  • Azimjon Ilhomovich Ahmedov the teacher of Andijan State Institute of Foreign Languages
  • Gulnoza Sayfiddinova the student of Andijan State Institute of Foreign Languages, 314-group English language and literature

Keywords:

Revolution, propagating, fads, behaviour, demographics, ecology, theory, internet-enhanced, self-disclosure, authorities.

Abstract

Technological revolution of 20 the century, mass media affects behaviour of people in society, parents and their child’s exposure to media.

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Published

2023-11-17

How to Cite

Ahmedov , A. I., & Sayfiddinova , G. (2023). THE FLUENCY OF MASS MEDIA ON SOCIETY. Educational Research in Universal Sciences, 2(14), 212–214. Retrieved from http://erus.uz/index.php/er/article/view/4414