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  • Cartoon Violence

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    Cartoons on a television are glue to children. Children will spend hours a day watching their favorite cartoons, such as “SpongeBob SquarePants” or “Adventure Time.” Unfortunately, the content on these shows, and several others, can harm children. Directly, cartoons can affect how children think and act; additionally, this leads to the indirect effect of children physically hurting one another. Children daily see hundreds of violent acts on television. Most parents notice the obvious acts of gore

  • The Negative Effects Of Cartoon Violence On Children

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    The content portrayed in cartoons has evolved since their first appearance in the early 1900s. The level of censorship has expanded with the progression of time, as the views and perceptions of society have changed. However, the direction in which cartoon censorship has evolved does not appear to have a direct correlation to any particular influence, in fact it tends to be less open and accepting. This directly contrasts the current progressive trend of expanding social tolerance to controversial

  • How Cartoon Violence Effect The Youth As An Audience?

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    Eric Marinello COMM 2500 12-4-15 Three-Part Research Project Part I: Research Question: How does cartoon violence effect the youth as an audience? Work Cited Coyne, Sarah M., and Emily Whitehead. "Indirect Aggression In Animated Disney Films." Journal Of Communication 58.2 (2008): 382-395. Film & Television Literature Index. Web. 27 Oct. 2015. Kirsh, Steven J., and Paul V. Olczak. "Violent Comic Books And Perceptions Of Ambiguous Provocation Situations." Media Psychology 2.1 (2000): 47-62. Film

  • A Rhetorical Analysis of Editorial, “the Effects of Violence in Children’s Cartoons”

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    October 03, 2012 A Rhetorical Analysis of Editorial, “The Effects of Violence in Children’s Cartoons” Claim: That children's cartoons today are too violent and that these cartoons are greatly affecting their behaviors growing up. That violence is a learned behavior and therefore children that view violence can become violent themselves. The purpose of the argument is to raise the awareness about cartoon violence and come up with some solutions to lessen its negative impact on the children

  • Cartoon Violence, Has it gone too Far Essay

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    Cartoon Violence, Has it gone too Far Aggression. Killing. Revenge. Sound like the latest Scream movie or Keanu Reeves thriller? You may be surprised to hear that this describes the average Saturday morning cartoon. One of the most surprising facts is that the level of violence during Saturday morning cartoons is higher than the level of violence during prime time. There are 3 to 5 violent acts per hour in prime time, versus 20 to 25 acts per hour on Saturday morning (Gerbner,1). Violence

  • Humor In Cartoons

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    Cartoons, or as some scholars call caricatures, are metaphorical codification of humor through which cartoonists express their thoughts and opinions by commenting on specific contemporary social and political issues. Attardo and Chabnne (1992) define cartoons as a joke that involve a mixed-code message where humor exists in the lines uttered by the characters. In fact, cartoons have always been seen as a work of art where linguistic and non-linguistic resources are used effectively in a humorous

  • What Are The Advantages And Disadvantages Of Cartoons

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    with this way of thinking is that cartoons should then too have similar meaning, but in reality many people think of cartoons as the opposite. People may grow up as the time goes by yet the picture of cartoon helping one to develop stays till the most recent day of life. Perhaps that is the reason cartoon is the principal closest companion one can have in their adolescence. The majority of the youngster spends their time sitting before the Television watching cartoon as it is straightforward, enjoyable

  • Negative And Negative Effects Of Cartoons On Children

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    I have grown up with cartoons and absolutely loved them. I never imagined what they could do to someone's mental state I never questioned this until the day I was at an autistics boys house. He was watching SpongeBob in this episode SpongeBob gave Patrick (SpongeBob's best friend) a haircut and within the space of 3 minutes the autistic boy had a pair of scissors in his hands and tried to cut my hair. At the time I was shocked by this and thought does this mean cartoons can have adverse effects

  • Negative Effects Of Cartoons

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    The Effects Of Cartoons by Elliot Schreurs Introduction I have grown up with cartoons and absolutely loved them. I never imagined what they could do to someone's mental state I never questioned this until the day I was at an autistic boy’s house. He was watching SpongeBob in this episode SpongeBob gave Patrick (SpongeBob's best friend) a haircut. not soon after this the autistic boy had a pair of scissors in his hands and tried to cut my hair. At the time I was shocked by this and thought, does

  • Negative And Negative Effects Of Cartoons On Children

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    Introduction I have grown up With cartoons and absolutely loved them. I never imagined what they could do to someone's mental state I never questioned this until the day I was at an autistic boys house. He was watching SpongeBob in this episode SpongeBob gave Patrick (SpongeBob's best friend) a haircut. not soon after this the autistic boy had a pair of scissors in his hands and tried to cut my hair. At the time I was shocked by this and thought, does this mean cartoons can have adverse effects on people

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