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Media and Educational Environment:

Some  recent technological developments  in media, have opened up new horizons. Besides, increasing use of media, to support and expand education, has created what may be called an "educational  environment". In this new environment,  both young and old may learn all the time. In a wider sense, new opportunities  of  intellectual development have been created. Media have also extended  the benefit of knowledge to deprived men, women and children. These sections may not be enrolled for formal education in class-rooms but may have access to radio and TV, perhaps at community centres. Thus, communication  through media has created a climate in which a new human personality, with a much broader vision, is developing. The simple  reason is that the source of information and education are so expanding as to provide knowledge on a large variety of topics and to large numbers.  

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