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Ever remember watching Looney Tunes the cartoon show when you were a child Of course you do because it was funny and you could sit and watch it all afternoon You didnt watch it because of the voilence in it you really didnt even notice the violence but it was there Violence has always been present in all types of cartoons A lot of cartoon shows today still show violence and instead of watching the shows because theyre funny kids are watching them because of the violence Parents need to view cartoon shows before hand and decide whether these shows are too violent for kids to watch because the violence in cartoons cause kids to act out these scenes that can result in severe accidents In cartoons you usually see the bad guy beating up someone kids notice this and want to act the same if they are not told different than they will act in the same rough manner Alicia Kaufman expresses her opinion on the affect of violence on children Since all of life is one big learning experience we need to be more aware of what our children are actually learning Does the vulnerable Bugs Bunny really demonstrate the value of a sense of humor and resiliency Or do children get the message that a bop on the head or a stranglehold is the best way to solve disputesNew York Times p14 Parents think cartoons are harmless because theyre not real but they arent harmless the violence in cartoons show or teach kids how to play rough in which can result in them hurting themselves or someone else We have the most trouble getting people to be serious about cartoons Theyre sort of like apple pie and mom part of the American scenery They seem rather innocous said Dr Mary Hudak For kids to not play so rough while watching cartoons parents need to explain to their kids that
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