Topic: Does Screen Time Undermine Americans’ Quality of Life?
The founders of America spoke about “the pursuit of happiness,” which many scholars believe means the ability to make a living. It’s one thing to make a living, but it’s another to make a life. Recently, Focus on the Family warns that the quality of our lives may be impeded by an excess of spending too much screen time. They write, QUOTE “The average time people in the United States look at a screen each day is 7 hours and 4 minutes. So, the need to implement a screen detox and break from social media has never been stronger.” Does screen time undermine the quality of life in America today? Adam Holz, the director of Culture and Media for Focus on the Family joins Jerry Newcombe to discuss Christian the pursuit of happiness and controlling screen time. www.pluggedin.com