Research Paper On Television Programs
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The writer viewed two television programs, a comedy and a drama, with the sound off, and compared the two.
Negative Impact Television Programs Have Upon Children's Behavior
5 pages in length. Children are curious, impressionable creatures who learn by watching and imitating. The extent to which children are products of their environment is both grand and far-reaching; that certain exposure creates negative behavior patterns just as much as others support positive ones speaks to the detrimental impact some television programs have upon children's behavior. Whether the lure of consumerism or cultivation of violent, antisocial tendencies, children are highly vulnerable targets of what they see on the television screen, a psychological reality known as stimulus-response that subconsciously encourages them to react to what they see. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Television Violence Reduction Argument
In five pages the argument supporting reducing the amount of violence on television is presented with the example of the hit CBS television series 'Touched by an Angel,' which demonstrates that bottom lines can be positively influenced by positive programming. Three sources are cited in the bibliography.