Modern Day Role Model

Modern Day Role Model

  • Submitted By: hsims
  • Date Submitted: 09/27/2013 7:02 PM
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Modern Day Role Model
General Sociology
Herbert E. Sims
Columbia College

Saints Quality can be viewed as more effective modern role models and leaders than the contemporary media influencing the youth. Purpose of this research is to discuss influencing of the media in today and saints can be portraying as role model of today. This can be supported by books, and web source on this topic

Today’s youth in our society want to not only fit in with others but also appearance plays a big role as well with eating and how we act towards one another. Famous people are our role model whether it be musician, actors or actress, and politician. WE see this on media only when it negative never anything that is positive our youth don’t hear or see about it. That’s why it’s important for parents to start at home and continue through their adult hood. Their teenage year is crucial to when it comes to identify themselves within society. Young people are in a stage of life where they want to be accepted by their peers, they want to be loved and be successful. The media creates the ideal image of a beautiful men and women and tells you what the characteristics of a successful person; you can see it in movies and TV. (Mass Media Influence on Society). Youth in our time want to fit in by peers and accepting as a whole by everyone they come in contact with. That’s why today role modern role model which are our celebrities need to carry themselves in a positive ways because they are heavily look upon in our society as a whole whether it be good or bad thing .The ideal modern day role model should possess different positive qualities . They should possess characteristics of being model for children by displaying a general care and concern for everyone, an openness to communication, and executing good examples of how to deal with certain situations. An admirable leader should inspire someone to mimic their good deeds for the community and bring out the best in them. Robert...

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