Unformatted text preview: argues that it is absurd to state that children under two should avoid television completely. I agree that it is absurd to expect parents to keep their infant from television, but I do believe that media violence can lead to violent behavior. From my own experience, I had strict rules on television and video games when I was young. In fact, I didn’t have cable until I was in 5 th grade. Now I see myself as having a problem of not being aggressive enough, especially when it comes to athletics. Also, I believe that children who watch to much T.V will have more problems adapting socially because they didn’t spend enough time with other kids their age and that can lead to them becoming aggressive....
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- Spring '06
- American Psychological Association, media violence, Jonathan L Freedman, American Academy of Pediatricians