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The other day while I was in a local McDonalds I noticed a disturbing scene A father and two young boys were waiting in line to get an early lunch The younger of the two boys lay dozing off while the other more energetic ran around playing with things as most five years olds do The young boy walking around saw a toy that was claimed to be included in the infamous Happy Meal He pleaded quietly with his father who told him that he would get whatever toy came with the meal Unsatisfied the little boy started to cry and then proceeded to throw a fit The father seemingly at a loss for words told the boy to calm down The little boy then threw himself on the floor and started to kick The father stood in obvious amazement as the young boy stood and yelled at the top of his lungs Ill kick you in the nutsThe words that the young boy said to his father are from a popular contemporary cartoon show called South Park which airs on the cable comedy station Comedy Central The show is known to include very obscene language and content so offensive in nature that a few of the episodes were banned from television Later on that day I was thinking about what had happened at McDonalds I thought of how this little boy who appeared not to be a day over five years of age re-enacted a line that has been popularized by a television show I wondered if this youth had been influenced in any other way by what is aired by popular television programming I then decided to do some research and to write my term paper on the effects of television programming on the viewers themselves I chose to focus on the younger viewers who are most likely to be influenced The following paper provides information that will help to strengthen the highly
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