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Adult Cartoons Whos to blame Over the years cartoons have become more real and violent which makes it harder for children to know what is real and what is Ink and Paint The question is are cartoons really to blame for the violent and negative behavior of children Parents say that it is Beavis yelling fire FIRE Defenders of these cartoons would point the finger towards the parents Either way kids are imitating what they see and something has to be done about it So what negative effects can an adult cartoon have on children In 1993 a 5-year-old boy burned down the trailer he was living in killing his 2-year-old sister His mother who was not home blames MTVs fire-loving Beavis and Butt-head cartoon characters In another case a fire chief cited Beavis and Butt-head as the reason three young girls started a fire Cava par 8 It is obvious that children are imitating what they are seeing The answer should be simple remove the adult cartoons and the problem would stop Yet after a recent school bombing by two fellow students which killed at least 15 people one has to question at what point the parents are to blame LaMotte and Savidge par 1 While the parents point the finger at cartoons defenders of these animated anarchists will point the finger back at the parents Just because something is on television does not mean that is should be watched by everyone The parents should monitor their childs viewing habits and take the time to help them understand Even if the content is not appropriate a child should not be watching if they can not determine the difference between right and wrong Cedric Veilleuxx says that children should not be allowed to watch television after 11pm Cartoon violence is not a new thing so something else must have changed through the years Parents are more concerned now with
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