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Television Violence Television violence is a negative message of reality to the children who see it. This cycle of more and more sex and violence being portrayed as reality on television will not stop until something is done. Not one parent that I know wants his or her…. Like many other people, I can remember watching violent movies and television shows at a very early age. No one ever said anything about the violence we were exposed to mainly because at a very young age we…. Television Violence Does the violence you see on TV effect how you operate during the day?
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Television content rating systems are systems for evaluating the content and reporting the suitability of television programs for children, teenagers, or adults. Many countries have their own television rating system and countries' rating processes vary by local priorities. Programs are rated by the organization that manages the system, the broadcaster , or the content producers. A rating is usually set for each individual episode of a television series.
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Studies show that violence on television does have an adverse affect on children and the way they think and act. This is true not only for young children, but some recent studies indicate that watching violence on television can even impact adults. We know that for the most part, children learn from both experience and social learning or role modeling. Therefore, when children, especially young children, see violence on television, they have a difficult time differentiating between what is real or what is make believe, and tend to emulate or copy what they are seeing.
Kerby Anderson takes a reasoned look at the amount of sex and violence portrayed on television and comes away with a sobering understanding of the intensity of the problem. Is there too much sex and violence on television? Most Americans seem to think so. Channel surfing through the television reveals plots celebrating premarital sex, adultery, and even homosexuality.