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  • Rashid Narain Shukul
    Rashid Narain Shukul

    Rashid Narain Shukul

    • Canada
    • Mass Communication
    • Manipal International University, Dubai
    • 1 followers

    Rashid Narain Shukul replied 14th Jul '16:

    1). Contemporary language of the teens with semi-formal syntax.
    2). Issues and affairs should be presented from their perspective.
    3). Refrain from use didactic platforms.
    4). Teens are intelligent and aware of the world around, respect their intelligence.
    5). Do not take condescending attitude.
    6). Keep it short and to the point.
    7). Don't be afraid of questioning authority and tradition.
    8). Air the views and teens point-of-views. They are not frivolous. They are the views of next generation of global leaders.

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