• Somethin
    Comparison/contrast of Miedzian and Postrel According to Virginia Postrel's essay "TV or not TV" and Myriam Miedzian's "How We Can Tune Out Children from Television Violence," Americans are concerned about violence in today's society. The only common ground found between both of these articles...
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  • The Modern Family’s Addiction to Television
    during viewing except at specified times such as commercials” (464). This quote demonstrates how Winn’s references support her overall claims. She also including statistical facts; “nearly a third of all children live in homes with four or more TVs. The most telling statistic: almost 60 percent of all...
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  • Television Violence in Society
    characters, who often perform obstructive and potentially harmful acts. The American Academy of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry tells the public that "extensive viewing of television violence by children causes greater aggressiveness. Children who view shows in which violence is very realistic, frequently...
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  • Psychologicaql
    the most aggressive children (25% of boys and 16% of girls in the initial sample), because they supposedly had not reported their TV viewing accurately. Given that highly aggressive youths appear to be more likely than others to be aggressively stimulated by violent scenes, it may well be that...
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  • Influence of Media on the Youth
    between viewing of TV violence and aggression among Israeli children raised on a kibbutz, but found a moderate to strong relation among Israeli children raised in a suburb. It may be that cultural environments with strong sanctions against violence within the group mitigate the expression of...
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  • Tv Advertising and Children
    surveys health/obesity Mostly 2000+ Mostly surveys Age group Effect of what? Good measures? Causal inference? Generalisability? Mostly children (2-11) TV advertisements Mainly moderate Mainly moderate Mainly moderate Older children (611) TV viewing Variable Mainly low Mainly high Older...
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  • Relationship Between Media Violence and the Effects on Children
    studies are television, then computer/video games and to a lesser degree music. Three types of evidence support the hypothesis that exposure to media violence is harmful to children. First there is anecdotes and case studies, then correlational studies and third the results of numerous experiments...
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    improvements in mood. After watching TV, people's moods are about the same or worse than before. Within moments of sitting or lying down and pushing the "power" button, viewers report feeling more relaxed. Because the relaxation occurs quickly, people are conditioned to associate viewing with rest...
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  • Television Effects
    aggression, but helping to groom a better adult in years to come. My knowledgeable friend has submitted that TV viewing is harmful for children. I submit that it is all the more important to impress upon the impressionable minds of the children basic teachings which would help them a lot. TV viewing...
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  • The Perceived Impact of Cartoon Tv Shows on the Behavior and Values of Elementary Students
    suffering of others (Tan, Bella. 1994. "TV is not for Children") (http://www.rstep.org.ph/reading2.html). Watching cartoons doesn’t only make children become harmful to others but also to themselves as well. In 2004, Dr. Ruebert Saturnine III presented an argument on the negative effects of...
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  • Is Television a Bad Influence on Children
    narrow roles of characters played by the women and men in society influence the children’s behaviors’ towards themselves and others. These evidences prove that television viewing can be actually harmful by forming disfavor behaviors’ among children. Prolonged periods in front of the television which...
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  • Bad Effects of Media
    ." "To be loathsome, popular culture doesn't have to be murderous." (Source: Todd Gitlin, Imagebusters: The Hollow Crusade Against TV Violence, 1994) Rather than focusing on violent content, Gitlin argues we should be condemning "trash on the grounds that it is stupid, wasteful, morally...
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  • The effects of excessive Television viewing
    The Effects of Excessive Television Viewing on Children ENG106 – English Composition I By Roy’Neshia T. Hosch AIU Online 11/30/13 Abstract Television viewing can effect a child positively or negatively. Positive views of television are that TV can entertain the child as well as educate...
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  • Children in Advertising
    last year to make a children’s loungewear which was based on a cereal brand. EFFECTS OF ADVERTISING ON CHILDREN: As it is mentioned before, children are cognitively and psychologically defenceless against advertising, which is affecting them physically, morally and mentally. Recent advertising...
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  • Negative Effect on Media Sex and Violence
    ." Psychologist Melanie Moore concurred that viewing TV violence is a part of growing up for most children. "Fear, greed, power-hunger, rage," she wrote, "are aspects of ourselves that we try not to experience in our lives but often want, even need, to experience vicariously through stories of others." One...
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  • Influence of Tv Violence to the Behavior of Children in Cebu
    children can be protected against harmful media influences. Influence of TV Violence to Children’s Behavior; 10 A number of bills were filed to mitigate the negative effects of televised violence. House Bill 19183 proposes a ratings system for TV programs. House Bill 10183 provides that cartoons...
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  • Advantages and Disadvantages of Electronic Media
    learning effects. A 15-year follow-up of these children [33] demonstrated that those who habitually watched more TV violence in their middle-childhood years grew up to be more aggressive young adults. For example, among children who were in the upper quartile on violence viewing in middle childhood...
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  • Media Violence
    . Study after study has shown that viewing encourages aggression and desensitization in children. The debate is over. Media violence causes violence among those who are exposed to it. This essay describes how the depiction of violence is evolving in a number of media formats. It analyzes how, and why...
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  • Violence in Electronic Media
    with violence and torture that children view on TV and movies. Association between TV viewing and suicidal behavior has also been reported fromIndia. Both content exposure and screen time of media had independent detrimental associations with school performance in children and adolescents. Hopf, et al...
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  • Television
    Sarah Castro English 28 Essay #2 10/4/2011 Television As a young child I jumped around in my pajamas extremely excited about watching all my favorite television shows. Perhaps it was because at that time TV was more of a privilege or reward for being good and not an assumed right of...
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