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Английский язык, 25.01.2020 00:24, ПОРНОООСЕКС
Read the text and choose the correct option: True - if the statement is correct, False - if the information is incorrect, Not stated - if the text does not contain enough information to choose either a positive or negative answer.

... We represent the Young Journalists' Club and we are looking to collaborate with organizations and individuals who are interested in publishing, promoting or displaying our articles and materials. Though most of the members of the club are amateur journalists, we do the job very professionally and you can see our articles not only on internet blogs but in reputed journals as well (the list is below) . We research teenagers' lives in order to understand what today's youth are interested in, what they care for, and what, on the contrary, they are indifferent to. We carry out surveys and questionnaires, analyse related statistics which make our conclusions reliable and focused. The articles we prepare comprise politics and culture, environmental issues and human rights problems; they may be controversial as we try to display the diversity of views and opinions. If you think you may find our articles of some interest, we would be happy to discuss any form of collaboration.

Just to give you some idea of the materials we have, we'll share some of our recent findings:

Lately we've been looking into the issue of TV, i. e. what teenagers watch on TV and what TV programmes they enjoy. Forty teenagers, aged 14 - 16, were interviewed, and we received some curious results. Here are some of them:

About thirty-five percent of the interviewed said that they don't watch the news at all. Our respondent Julia Smith commented on it like this: "I don't watch the news. They talk about either wars or terrorist attacks. If I watch it, I start feeling down and scared ... so ... I just don't watch."

Sixty-five percent watch the news occasionally and randomly. People from that group were unable to name any programme they trust. They confuse Presidents and Prime Ministers, they are not sure about the regions of armed conflicts and they do not know what the word summit means. However, more than half of our respondents noted that they would like to feel more confident about political issues and that it would be useful to have some Political Literacy classes in the school curriculum.

The survey also revealed some really unexpected things. For example, most teenagers are not actually keen on thrillers and action films. They say they definitely prefer point-and-shoot computer games to action films.

As for TV, about sixty percent of our respondents claim that they would like to have more educational and popular science films and programmes on TV. Scientific breakthroughs, cutting edge technologies, the mysteries of the ancient civilizations - all these topics would be very welcome ...

A7 The members of the Club write their articles only for internet resources.

1) True 2) False 3) Not stated

A8 To become a member of the Club the candidate has to present some pieces of writing.

1) True 2) False 3) Not stated

A9 The members of the Club focus on writing about teenage life and related issues.

1) True 2) False 3) Not stated

A10 The members of the Club work on a volunteer basis.

1) True 2) False 3) Not stated

A11 The research proves that teenagers are poorly educated about political issues.

1) True 2) False 3) Not stated

A12 The research proves that all teenagers consider talking about politics a waste of time.

1) True 2) False 3) Not stated

A13 The members of the Club never give away the names of their respondents.

1) True 2) False 3) Not stated

A14 The results of the research provide some ideas on how to make TV more interesting for teenagers.

1) True 2) False 3) Not stated
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