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Are the ways teenagers /young adults portrayed in the media unfair and unreliable? Watch

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    I was writing up something on this question and just need to gather a few opinions on this matter. No I'm not asking you to answer the question for me *sighs* I just need the perceptive of different people from different age groups.
    In my opinion I think it's very unfair how wrongly we are portrayed, they make it look like we never work hard or take our lives/education seriously. The media cares more about that kid who did something horrible then that kid who got 7A* at A level or the one that discovered a New planet/Star (that actully happened!) in movies we are generally must trouble makers who don't care about our education or lives. Is this fair? I might be being biased that's why I want more opinions.
 
 
 
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