Children and TV Violence Persuasive Essay

Children and TV Violence
A look at how violence in children can be directly linked to TV.
# 2447 | 1,032 words | 5 sources | 1999 | US


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The average American child watches three to four hours of television daily. This paper looks at violence on television and how it subliminally effects children. The author argues that the amount of time children watch TV, regardless of content, should be moderated, because it keeps children from doing more beneficial activities such as reading and playing with friends.

From the Paper:

"It's three o?clock in the Smith residence and little Johnny just arrived home from school. He is greeted by his mother, and she asks him how his day was and they talk for a couple minutes, similar to the routine in many households. After they are done talking, Johnny decides that he's going to watch some television. While Johnny's mother is ironing in the other room, little does she know that her son was watching the wild coyote attempting to blow the roadrunner's head off."

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Children and TV Violence (2001, November 10) Retrieved August 08, 2022, from https://www.academon.com/persuasive-essay/children-and-tv-violence-2447/

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