Boyse, Kyla. RN. Television and Children. YourChild Development & Behavior Resources. University of Michigan Health System. August 2010. Web. 1 Nov. 2011. .
This article is about television the monumental effect it has on children. The articles also touches down on how it effects brain development, causes aggressive behavior, traumatizes kids, effects performance in school, influences attitudes, and how it effects child’s health. The author does a good job of using facts, statistics, medical papers, and other web address to prove her point. This article shows how something as simple as TV can have both long and short term effects on children and their behaviors.
The author is simply shedding light into the world on Americas #1 baby sitter, television. It is unbiased data and is based on well supported data. Her main object is to show the studies done on children who watch TV and its effects to warn parents, while stating some positive effects to show that TV isn’t entirely bad.
This source could be used for writing a paper on the psychological, heath, social, or school risks TV on children. This may also be beneficial to parents who are looking for the best way to balance TV in the lives of their children.
Massimo, Joseph. Fast-paced television bad for children. A Student Publication of the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay. Web. 3 November 2001.
This article tells how fast paced television shows can effect the brains of children giving what parents say about TV rotting the brain new meaning. The article was based upon a test run by University of Virginia that focused on how the faster paced shows caused the children watching them to have significantly lower scores on the tests than the children drawing or doing another activity.
This may be a helpful article when looking for a specific test of how television directly impacts children however it is not as detailed as the other sources I have, only focusing on...
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