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How Does Technology Affect Family Life.

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How Does Technology Affect Family Life. Technology has affected every part of family life. We are spending more time in doors than we are outside. The time spent on the computer, watching TV etc.. is about 8 hours a day. This time is usually spent alone and not with the rest of the family. ...read more.

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People take all of this for granted, what would they do if there was a power cut and they couldn't watch TV or go on the computer? Most people would just laze about doing nothing until the power came back on. Not many would pick up a book or do any of the things they would have done when none of these things were round. ...read more.

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It has made very anti social, in the mornings how many people say good morning ? Most people just grunt or mumble something, they say that most of the teenage population is overweight and unfit. This is because most people just want to sit down and watch TV and can't be bothered to go do some exercise. Though technology hasn't been totally bad at least we are still watching TV together, but sooner or later our whole lives will dominated by technology. Kevin Lee ...read more.

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