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Technological rapid development seems to take over and since less students choose to study traditional subjects in the universities nowadays, classical education courses will be limited until they gradually disappear completely.
To what extent do you agree or disagree?
In recent years, all over the world there has been a push on students to choose to study practical subjects that would better prepare them for the modern working world and therefore, it will be easier for students to find a job after their studies. Courses that emphasise on information technology, web development, economics and the like seem to be the first choices of undergraduate students. However, in my opinion, the possibility of theoretical based education disappearing from the universities altogether, it is too slight and undoubtedly it cannot take place.
The purpose of the range of subjects and courses (both theoretical and practical) offered at universities at present is to provide well-rounded education and consequently, to build well-rounded students and well-rounded citizens. Not all students have the knowledge base, the skills, or most importantly the interest to follow a career based on technological or other practical programmes. There are students who are artistic or they have an inclination to writing, language, literature and similar fields. These students should be given a variety of choices to study what they prefer instead of being given limited choices.
What is more, higher theoretical education is equally important as higher practical education in the sense that lots of students who graduate from theoretical programmes in universities around the world are then working as teachers in secondary schools. As it can be easily understood, this is of critical importance as these teachers educate the future generation on basic thinking and learning skills which is vital for both the lives and the future career of the latter.
To conclude, I do not think that classical education courses are going to be restricted in the future, let alone disappear. Both fields are equally important for different reasons and in order to build well-rounded citizens, a country needs to offer a well-rounded and balanced higher education.
TV advertisements aimed at young children are far too many nowadays and they should be forbidden.
To what extent do you agree or disagree?
In the developing world, the amount of advertisements shown on T.V is consistently increasing. The advertisements that target young children could not be an exception to this generally accepted situation and as a result, there are a lot of people who claim that these advertisements should be banned from T.V. altogether.
No one would argue that T.V. advertisements aimed at children are not enough and more are needed. Certainly, it should be argued that advertisements in general constitute a great part of our modern world and as a result, advertisements aimed at young children cannot be an exception to this rule.
However, banning these advertisements that focus on children altogether is not the best solution. Children should get used to both the positive and the negative aspects of our society from an early age. This exposition to the real world will allow the children to deal with its drawbacks and it will teach them the way to put limits on themselves and on their insatiable desires.
If they are not exposed to any kind of advertising as children, then when they grow up they will not know the way to handle this variety of advertisements aimed at them as teens or adults. Consequently, they will most probably try to satisfy each and every need the ads create in them. For instance, there are cases of restricted children that as adults became victims of addicted behaviour. Therefore, advertisements could prepare children for our “big, competitive, and consuming world.”
In conclusion, it is worth noting that advertisements are indeed everywhere and this may be potentially dangerous for young children but from my perspective, it is better to prepare them for the society they are going to live in than hide them the reality through temporary restrictions. The best solution is not forbidding but educating children in such a way that they will be able to use advertisements to their advantage in a responsible way.