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    Effects of Power Rangers on Children "Master Sword….. show your power." When Ranger Mike encounters trouble, he calls on his power source for a transformation. He is then empowered with sword in hand ready to fight the giant dinosaur from a distant planet (Haim, 1999). The show continues entertaining children with many more similar scenes of fighting. Children of all ages are attracted Power Rangers' television programs, movies, and toys. Because of the amount of violence, Power Rangers has raised

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    Effect of Media Violence on Children The children of today are surrounded by technology and entertainment that is full of violence. It is estimated that the average child watches from three to five hours of television a day! Listening to music is also a time consuming pastime among children. With all of that exposure, one might pose the question, "How can seeing so much violence on television and video games and hearing about violence in in music affect a child's behavior?" Obviously these media

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    James- Reid, O. (1991). Teaching: Its management and functions. Jamaica: Kingston Publishers Ltd. Jones, V & Jones, L. (1998). Comprehensive Classroom Management. Boston, MA: Allyn and Bacon. Levin, D., & Carlsson-Paige, N. (1995).The Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: Teachers voice concern. Young Children, 50(6),67-72. (ERIC Journal No. EJ510610). Maharaj-Sharma, R.(n.d.). School violence. St. Augustine, UWI, School of Education. Retrieved from: http://uwispace.sta.uwi.edu/dspace/bitstream/handle/2139/8596/Rawatee%20Sharma20

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    TV Violence

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    after seeing it on television. For example, the Power Rangers, Batman, and many other cartoons show fighting is good. The characters “beat up” the bad guys and get praised for doing so. While the child is watching he/she sometimes acts out what is being seen. No one dies in these shows, however, the wrong idea about fighting and violence is being taught to our kids (Television Violence). A study investigated the effects of the “Mighty Morphin Power Rangers” on aggression. It found that young children

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    more than 20 acts of violence per hour, compared with 5 acts per hour during prime-time hours. •     The sale of Mighty Morphin Power Ranger products (based on the extremely violent TV show) surpassed $1 billion in 1994. •     More than $3 billion of products related to the Star Wars movie have been sold worldwide. •     In one survey, more than 90% of teachers thought the Power Rangers led to increased violence among the children they taught. Some Action Ideas: First of all as a parent, take charge

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    true? Children see violence everyday in their cartoons, but what about shows that they watch in which people star.  These shows will more than likely cause more violence than cartoons would.  While watching a show such as "Mighty Morphin Power Rangers" a child sees almost 30 minutes of non-stop fighting.  The show also has a fantasy story that appeals to children.  After watching the show, a child may become bored because the reality of the television show is more interesting

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    saying that children learn through observation. Most all children search for a role model in life. If you ask a young child what he or she wants to be when they grow up you will probably get an answer like “a super hero” or “batman” or even “a power ranger”. Studies have proven that children are not born violent. Violence is a taught or learned behavior. Once a child sees violent acts exposed time and time again, the child begins view violence as an acceptable action.

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    particularly if the violence is rewarded. (Wilson, 2008, p. 100) With all of the violence on television children are developing more bad habits. It was found, in a study, that elementary school children exposed to a single episode of the Mighty Morphin Power Rangers committed significantly more intentional acts of aggression such as hitting, kicking, and shoving compared to those who didn’t watch the episode. (Wilson, 2008, p. 100) The... ... middle of paper ... ...on that is watched matters. (Diehl

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    The Benefits of School House Rock: Animated Educational Music Videos for Kids "As your body grows bigger, your mind must flower, it's great to learn, 'cause knowledge is power!" Any person in their twenties can tell you where this phrase comes from, and that is because every Saturday morning in between Saturday morning cartoons children would wait anxiously for a five minute break of School House Rock. Little did we know that while we were singing along to "Sufferin' Till Suffrage" we were

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    Barbies Shouldn't Be Banned

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    will eliminate and lower the chances for jobs of the future. Barbie’s are figures for young girls to become creative, and contemplate in different ways. Action figures as well for young boys such as Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and the Mighty Morphin Power Rangers are also a great utensil for children to develop creativeness and to just let children have a great time. An advantage to keeping Barbie’s on the market would be to help further children with their creativity and help develop and strengthen

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