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  • Cartoon Violence On The Television
    838 words
    Animation Violence Children from the ages 6-11 spend more time watching television than they do in the classroom. The "renaissance of TV animation" has undoubtedly led to more violent cartoons then ever before. But to talk about cartoon violence, it must first be defined. Webster's Dictionary defines violence "as the act (or threat) of injuring or killing someone". (Webster) And although the violence is not real, a child does not know the difference. Throughout the essay an understanding that th...
  • Cartoons And Children's Programming
    881 words
    In my opinion, there is an extreme amount of violence portrayed in cartoons. As a result, cartoons have been transformed into a fast expanding epidemic that is damaging to the audience of cartoon viewers throughout the country, and possibly around the world. Not only are cartoons physically violent, they are emotionally, mentally, socially, legally, and culturally attacking at human society of the past, present and future. During my extensive research, things that were observed were almost all t...
  • Fictional Violence On Television
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    Violence on Television We hear a great deal about violence on television these days. Nearly everywhere you turn there is something being written about it, or a program dealing with the issue of it, or anew's story about a child somewhere who was influenced by it to do something harmful. The subject permeates our collective consciousness. Maybe this is due to the ever-increasing number of gangs in our urban centers. Maybe it's due to the ever-increasing crime rate that we hear about almost nightl...
  • Violence In Children's Cartoons Tom And Jerry
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    Cartoon Violence In the cartoon, All Dogs Go to Heaven, the main character, a dog, dies. When he arrives in heaven, he receives a watch that allows him to return to earth. After viewing this scene, Matthew, a five-year old boy, asked his mother when his dog would get her watch. Matthew's dog passed away over a year ago, but because Matthew, as well as other children, is unable to separate real life from fiction; he believed that his dog would receive a watch and return to him. Many types of viol...
  • Violence In Children's Cartoon
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    The influence of violence can lead to an increase in violent behavior in youth. Youth violence is a serious issue, and there are many things that contribute to youth violence. The saying, "monkey see, monkey do" is well-known in today's modern, media warped society. Children are very impressionable and imitate what they see and hear. Children are exposed to far too much violence every day on the television, mainly because parents see the television as a convenient babysitter. Shocking episodes o...
  • Funny Violence
    542 words
    When we were younger, the cartoon to watch was Looney Tunes. We loved seeing the crazy antics of the animated giant bunny, sputtering duck, and the mute coyote. But did we realize the amount of violence that we were absorbing? The anvils dropped on the heads of the characters, the dynamite going off, the guns being shot? Now we " ve gotten older, and the craving for "funny violence" is still there, even though the "funny violence" has matured from "Looney Tunes" to shows like "Jackass", which be...

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