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Chapter ITHE PROBLEM AND ITS SETTINGINTRODUCTIONThe effect of cartoon shows of the television on youthbehavior has been an issued for many years. Televisionstations and their executives tend to deny television’scontribution to children’s behavior. In this researchstudy , researchers will use various examples to demonstratethe effect television had only children’s violence. Thiswill be accomplished by discussing and researching theproblems associated with television viewing identifyingportraying the effects of television advertisement onyounger people, and revealing the ways to reduce violence ontelevision. This paper explores these topics by usingmultiple statistics, by incorporating the views of severalpublic officials, parents some authors, and through our ownviews as well.In 1939, at the World’s fair, Television first cameinto our lives. In 1938, author E.B. White told HarpersMagazines: he believe that television is going to be thetest of the modern world and in this new opportunity to seebeyond the range of his own vision, he shall discover eithera new and unbearable disturbance of the general peace or a1
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saving radiance in the sky. He shall stand or fall bytelevision, of that he was sure” (Murray, I 2005).Television has become standard in many home. In 1949 onlytwo percent of homes had a television. Today, the oppositeis true; only two percent of homes do not have a televisionset. (Andreasen, 2000)Television is used to inform, entertain, and educatethe public. Children make up a large part of televisionviewers. Before, Children watches an average of three tofour hours of television daily but unfortunately today, manychildren are left home alone after school, thus theirtelevision viewing is not restricted.In view of the above statements, the researchers willfind out what are the effects of the cartoons shows in theto Children’s behavior in Olivete Elementary School inBongabon Nueva Ecija .STATEMENT OF THE PROBLEMThis study aimed to determine the cartoons shows in theto Children’s behavior in Olivete Elementary School inBongabon Nueva Ecija.Specifically, it sought to answer the followingquestions:1. How may the profile of the respondents be described interms of:2
a. Sexb. Agec. Civil Status d. Occupatione. Number of Children

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