the last one.
In my mind, the answer is the last one.
Stereotypical characters was a nightmare. It encouraged the wrong type of behavior. It presented the Fonz as a standard of behavior for both girls and boys which was unrealistic.
Commercialism is a criticism. It means that we are in competition with our neighbors to see who has the largest yacht. That's not a very good competition.
Nobody lived like the Fonz.
Though it might not be a virtue now, it certainly is not a bad thing to portray. The answer should be the last one.
the correct answer is : Television promoted patriotism.
The television media was heavily criticized by some people in the 1960s. They had so many things against television; they believe that TV encourages stereotypes, it gives an unrealistic view of life, it enhance consumerism, etc. But no one accused the television media of encouraging patriotism.
the answer is b
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