Censoring the Television By: Joshua YASA

What parents allow their children to watch will ultimately influence their children one way or another. It is up to the parents to make sure that their children grow and develop in a positive way that will make them decent human beings.

These children are exhibiting violent behavior towards one another because they are only acting out what they have witnessed from various sources in their environment including what they have seen on television.

Television that does not enforce positive educational values runs the risk of teaching young children how to behave in an improper manner. For example, the child may become more aggressive and rebellious. This can be avoided by only exposing the child to educational programs being the only programming that the child is exposed to and by also screening the channels of noneducational programs.
In actuality, television is one of the great influences of children in their formative years. This goes on to say that the behavior of a child will be greatly impacted by their environment and by wwhat they are exposed to at an early age
Children who are exposed to television that centers around violence are more likely to exhibit rebellious and aggressive tendencies towards adults and other children.
Exposure to violent and aggressive television material can influence how a child develops and matures. This goes to say that it is the role of the parent to make sure that their children develop properly and know how to behave around other children and how to behave in general.

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Created with images by permanently scatterbrained - "the kid in the back is the kind of dude that would sit six inches away from the tv while playing "Duck Hunt"" • permanently scatterbrained - "the kid in the back is the kind of dude that would sit six inches away from the tv while playing "Duck Hunt"" • chefranden - "Mad" • Luis Marina - "Grrr!" • wsilver - "ArtPrize" • Kels Photo Images - "Dirty Face"

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