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This concern still exists today. Parents have reservations about the quality of television programs intended for children, the amount of advertising aimed at young viewers, and the manner in which television depicts men, women and ethnic minorities. There are also apprehensions about the effects of the amount of time that children spend watching television in general. The quality of children's programming has changed over the years. Violence on television is increasingly gaining acceptance from today's society.
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The lack of discipline in America has led to a decline in society because of a misconception about the correct way to discipline children. I. There has been a misconception about how to properly discipline children due to secular views and flawed studies. Many of these so called “studies” have made “many experts believe that corporal punishment will likely lead to increased resistance or aggressive behavior from the child” ("Corporal Punishment." World Book Advanced).
The effect of television is known to direct children in a negative way, such as brain development, behaviour, and their health. When someone thinks of television, they think of it as a good thing. Well that is not the case; there are not only positive aspects of watching television, but also many negative ones. But some examples of negative effects of television would be exposing children to things like drugs, alcohol, and violence that parents do not want their kids involved in at any point in their life. However, parents and guardians do not want their children to be influenced by these things, as they are very harmful and dangerous, and can cause serious concerns of their child’s development.
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It has been proved above that television negatively impacts children’s health not only in the present but in the future as well. When watching TV often a child may get serious health and mental problems. In my opinion, parents should avoid watching TV together with children often as well as letting them watching it days and nights Resources: Boyse K., “Television and children”, Aug. 2010, Web. 20 Nov 2013 How TV affects your child? Web 20 Nov 2013 TV and children: Television, health and development.