In your own words, what is the difference between the TV we used to watch (insert your favorite show from your childhood) and the TV we watch now (your current fave)?

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Need the following questions answered in detail-depth from the article.Johnson says that he’s not arguing that media has become more realistic (though he believes this to be true), or that media ought to instruct us in moral principles (which he doesn’t believe).What is he arguing?In your own words, what is the difference between the TV we used to watch (insert your favorite show from your childhood) and the TV we watch now (your current fave)?Why does Johnson think “Survivor” is better than “Fear Factor”? If you’re under 25, you might also consider the difference between “The Bachelorette” (complicated, strategic, alliances, etc) and any cooking/dancing/singing/ninja warrior show where different contestants face competitions/challenges each week, but there isn’t really a continuing complicated plot. One ‘test’ here is if you can watch an episode as a ‘stand alone’ show, it’s probably not as mentally demanding…Ask a question from the information and the reading.Thank you!