Bad Influential Advertisements

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Why are children learning bad habits? Well facts do not lie. Advertisements are getting worst because they have expose children to drugs, guns, and sexual activity. Advertisements must be censored in order to limit inappropriate exposure to today’s youth.

First, advertisements have been too influential to the youth with alcohol. Alcohol is the leading drug throughout young people. Research has proven that underage drinkers are most likely to have problems in the long run. “Miller Lite, Corona Extra beer, Coors Light, Hennessy Cognacs, Guinness beers, Samuel Adams beers, Bud Light, and Smirnoff vodkas are leading drinking beers that young teens drink,”(The Over exposers). “Too many Americans consider underage drinking a rite of passage to adulthood,” says former acting Surgeon General Kenneth Moritsugu. That is why teens think it is okay to drink. Advertisements need to cut down some because what the economy might come to if young adults keep drinking.

Even though, some people might say it is not the advertisements fault because teens have been influenced but there have research that teens have been targeted. Not all alcohol brands advertise the same. A numerous number of brands are responsible for nearly half of all the youth overexposure to alcohol ads. “Even though alcohol advertisements are meant for adults 36% percent youth exposers see it 48% youth over exposers sees it and only 30% percent of adult see it,”(The Over exposers). Most of the advertisements influencing teens come from television.

Secondly, violence has been an issue for the society also. Kids have seen game advertisements and played games that have promoted gun violence and about time they get to a young adult they get interest into guns. Advertisements that promote such things have an emotional and mental effect on teens. What children grow up around and watch impacts them negatively. They are overexposed and their experiencing the world through someone else point of view of guns....
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