CARTOON

Nagative Influence

some important message

Posted by shahriar08 on November 20, 2008

 

Yes it’s true that there are some cartoons which give to the kids some important message .For example—Meena cartoon. But most of the children want to watch colorful; funny which is telecast over different cartoon channel.Todays generation is very much modern. So they just want to see cable television. Bad impact of cartoon makes kids behavior rude, naughty, and aggressive. Many manners they do not want to follow. They just want to live in their cartoon life and behave like a cartoon character with everyone which is not good for their grown up. 

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It’s even rare now to find a children’s cartoon that does not illustrate some type of violence or comedic aggression.  What we do not realize though, is that it is the children that are ending up with problems.  Unlike most rational, educated adults, many children are gradually beginning to accept violence as a way to solve problems and are imitating what they observe on television.  These children do not understand that the violent cartoon is shown strictly because the public wants to see it. They cannot grasp the meaning of “ratings” and “entertainment” as well as adults can. All they know is, “if the TV portrays violence as cool, then it must be cool!” Children often do not realize that it hurts to hit someone else because they see it all the time on TV. Everyday a cartoon character is beat up, injured, or killed.

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One Response to “some important message”

  1. Asif said

    The kids today are being exposed to violance more than ever. The T.V. shows,video games and as you have mentioned, even the cartoons are setting bad examples for them. Yet if rightly used cartoons (you mentioned Mina) can have a positive impact in their lives. Thanks for emphasizing on these important matter.

    It is also good to see someone else also interested in cartoons like me. Keep it up!

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