Noise: How Our Media-Saturated Culture Dominates Lives and Dismantles Families

Noise How Our Media Saturated Culture Dominates Lives and Dismantles Families The Adventures in Matthew Study Set Questions pages guide participants through their study of the gospel with thought provoking questions about the book of Matthew and related portions of the Cate
  • Title: Noise: How Our Media-Saturated Culture Dominates Lives and Dismantles Families
  • Author: Teresa Tomeo
  • ISBN: 9781932927948
  • Page: 107
  • Format: Paperback
  • Noise: How Our Media-Saturated Culture Dominates Lives and Dismantles Families
    The Adventures in Matthew Study Set Questions 100 pages guide participants through their study of the gospel with thought provoking questions about the book of Matthew and related portions of the Catechism of the Catholic Church Comprehensive Study Set Responses 96 pages provide answers and further commentary on the questions as well as a substantive review of each leThe Adventures in Matthew Study Set Questions 100 pages guide participants through their study of the gospel with thought provoking questions about the book of Matthew and related portions of the Catechism of the Catholic Church Comprehensive Study Set Responses 96 pages provide answers and further commentary on the questions as well as a substantive review of each lesson Each lesson is designed to be followed by the corresponding talk from the DVD or CD series.
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  • 622 Comments

  • I highly recommend this book to all parents Catholic psychologist Dr Gregory Popcak shares that all significant human development psychological, intellectual, emotional and spiritual comest through reflection That is, our highest faculty as a human person is our mind The mind is where we discern, reflect, choose, and finally, decide to act These factors determine whether we grow, regress, or remain stagnant In the mind, particularly through the act of reflection, we determine how we will respond [...]


  • A bit dated I read the 2007 version There is now a revised 2012 edition I didn t learn much I didn t already know but I have been listening to podcasts and reading articles about the media for some time I think when the book was written 10 years ago, people were not as aware of media bias and the effects of electronic devices on us and our children Hopefully people are now aware but are we doing anything about it This is an easy and quick elementary read on effects of noise in our society.


  • Before I start my review let me point out that we only have one TV in our household which is in the family room and we do not have cable We have a no TV policy during the school week and for the most part we only let our child watch PBS kids and videos we own We also listen to listener supported radio stations that do not have commercials I picked up this book to flesh out my thoughts on modern day media and I liked it for the most part.Once I got to the meat of the book it was mostly good I esp [...]


  • I was disappointed in this book I went into this book with high expectations for how the noise of our culture is affecting us, but instead all I got was noise This book only deals with the surface of the problem and did not dive into the moral implications, the justification for eliminating noise, or how our spiritual life is being effected by input saturation At the end of every chapter was practical steps , but these were not substantiated in the text of the chapter so were ideas thrown out wi [...]


  • For as full as this book is of statistics and facts pertaining to media, this book is a very engaging read Teresa has a great blend of anecdote and solid information which makes you interested in the subject matter She also is careful to balance her presentation with both the sobering reality of negative media influence, hope for positive media usage and practical suggestions for what people can do about the situation.


  • Very good analysis from someone in the media business Not necessarily rocket science as you look at the signs of the times, but well written and an excellent source of action items if you want to be an agent of change and reduce exposure to the media for yourself and your family this was, I thought, the best part of the book.


  • Didn t finish it Lots of true info and references to tons of research, but I got bored so quit about 2 3 of the way through Seems like I ve heard it all already, especially on Catholic Connection All fact and little philosophy Has practical suggestions, though.





  • Good message can be interpreted a little preachy on the Catholic religion otherwise, not a bad book to read, especially parents


  • This book inspired me to direct our family to other means of family entertainment besides sitting in front of the tube.



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