The debate "TV improves the behavior in kids" was started by
November 23, 2015, 10:44 pm.
19 people are on the agree side of this discussion, while 52 people are on the disagree side.
That might be enough to see the common perception.
It looks like most people are against to this statement.
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lawyer_to_be, Swissor, lexham, andy91, Zachfive, confident, swp16, M and 11 visitors agree.
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.Psychologists also agree that these video games & movies containing violence sights are highly responsible for juvenile delinquencies....
Tv does improve rather decrease the behaviour of kids
kids actually do have that level of reasoning but in an unnoticed manner...now you find that kids a talking saying...."I'm not gonna do it kerry Washington did it and look where she ended up" AND that's how
kids don't have that level of reasoning, adults don't even have that level of reasoning sometimes. Kids want to be on TV, if anything, its teaching kids if you want to be successful and be on TV, act like a maniac.
Tv teaches children that everything you do comes with a consequence or a reward.At this point in time people are watching t.v. someone does something stupid and the actually face the consequences,now children will say to themselves "That character shouldn't have done that" and then when they make decision they will be well informed know what the future might hold ??
TV brings out the worst in kids and spoils them. Only thing TV does really is give them inspiration and imagination.
Hey, im from a third world country with only 2% of the population speaking English. Because of TV shows available to me as a kid, I learned English at an extensively young age. Enough so that when i did move in to an English speaking country, i could speak fluently. Now, I'm an English major in California. If we're talking about moral ethics children derive from TV, then it would depelnd on what the child was watching and when. Back in the 90's I would say yes, it did. But now seeing the shows from Cartoon Network portraying extensive drama and crude humor replacing quality shows like The Powerpuff Girls, i would disagree with OP.
It can distract kids so that they don't misbehave, but it is a short term solution.