I have been learning Japanese for about 9 months and can understand the basic grammar in this sentence well, but the meaning of it seems ambiguous to me, and I wonder which meaning below is right, and how can I adjust the sentence to express the other meaning?
(1) The young people's value has a strong influence on the society.
(2) The young people's value is strongly influenced by the society.
Or, neither is right?
I have used google translation and it tells me the first one is right, but my teacher has a different idea.
Any thought will be appreciated. Especially IF you are a native Japanese speaker, your answer will be more convincing and may you tell me about that.