We need to help correct this problem by total abstinence to television in the book the plug-in drug by marie winn, a book about the ill effects of. According to marie winn and her essay the plug-in drug, television has various negative effects on our society today in her essay winn explores the ways in. The chapter reviews key works by mary whitehouse, marie winn, jerry mander and neil postman deeming television to be a cause of social ills on the other side of the atlantic, jerry mander had started out a successful advertising executive, but after a while, he reports that winn and the plug-in-drug. In the highly acclaimed book, the plug-in drug, marie winn refers to the lines that compose a tv screen's picture has a proven damaging effect on the brain.
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