Bad Impact of Cartoons on the Minds of the Youngs

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Bad impact of indian cartoons on the minds of our young children Introduction:
The mass media occupy a high proportion of our leisure time: people spend, on average, 25 hours per week watching television. For children, watching television takes up a similar amount of time to that spent at school or with family and friends. Children have become much more interested in cartoons over many years and it has become a primary action to some lives. Typically, children begin watching cartoons on television at an early age of six months, and by the age two or three children become enthusiastic viewers. Cartoon mania has gripped the children so much that they are ready to do anything to have a view of their favourite cartoon channels and programmes.

The mass media are having an enormous impact on our childrens values, beliefs, and behaviors This has become a problem because too many children are watching too much television and the shows that they are watching (even if they are cartoons) have become violent and addictive. The marketing is targeted toward the children to cause them to want to view the cartoons on a regular basis, but the subliminal messaging is for the adults to target them into enjoying the cartoons´. This is unfortunate because children watch the cartoons on the television and they see material that is not appropriate for their age group. The children who watch too much cartoons on television are more likely to have mental and emotional problems, along with brain and eye injuries and unexpectedly the risk of a physical problem increases. Objectives:

* Cartoons which glorified mythology characters such as Hanuman had a bad impact on the minds of the young children must be Ban. * The children of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan might come under the influence of such animations and deviate from Islam. * Their language and natural phenoman of asking questions about stuff are turning badly into hindi and hindu culture. * Negative impact of violence shown in cartoons on kids psychology. * Over exposure of information to kids in the form of cartoons. Hypothesis:

1. Cartoon animations had negative behavior in children 2. Watching too much cartoons had badly harm for the eye and brain injuries. 3. False sense of reality among children.

Significance of the Research Project :
Watching cartoon is the prime entertainment of kids these days.Busy parents who want to do complete their tasks without distractions, allow their children to watch television, sometimes for several hours. With the recent increase in violent crimes committed by children adults have been looking for answers to what causes children to commit these acts. The marketing practices of companies that produce cartoons are also playing a detrimental role in our society. Recently the Punjab government formed a committee to see whether cartoons based on Hindu mythology should be banned or not. The reasons given were that the children of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan might come under the influence of such animations and deviate from Islam. More and more cartoons with violent and sexual actions have been released, provoking desensitisation and violent behavior in children. The mass media are having an enormous impact on our children beliefs and values as they watch material that is not appropriate for their age group. Also watching too much cartoons can be detrimental to the eyes and brain of a child. The significance of this research is too highlight the negative effects of cartoons on childrens psychology.And hindi cartoon negative effect to our children, their language and natural phenoman of asking questions about stuff are turning badly into hindi and hindu culture.. askign seeta , rawan, ram , laxmans and their relations , worshipping idols and all. Kids are above weak or strong faith. They are kids what you are teaching them they will pick up. Exposing them to something which is in clash with their values...
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