COMMON GROUND: Couch Potatoes Through the Ages
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COMMON GROUND: Couch Potatoes Through the Ages
We can't turn on the TV without some expert informing us that new technologies are transforming our lives" />

COMMON GROUND: Couch Potatoes Through the Ages
We can't turn on the TV without some expert informing us that new technologies are transforming our lives" />


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COMMON GROUND: Couch Potatoes Through the Ages
We can't turn on the TV without some expert informing us that new technologies are transforming our lives

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COMMON GROUND: Couch Potatoes Through the Ages
We can’t turn on the TV without some expert informing us that new technologies are transforming our lives. But the fact that we do turn on the TV is a prime example of social continuity. Consider the findings of a recent Gallup poll: Asked to cite their “favorite way to spend an evening,” American adults put “watching television” atop the list–just as they’ve unfailingly done for four decades.

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