Unformatted text preview: hands on comics not suitable for them, mainly from parents buying them for their kids, that’s a question of parenting and how they should individually raise the kids. Also helped out by the code are adults who would still have the pleasure of reading comics the way they were during the height of their popularity. Comics aren’t only for kids, they are for adults too, and by eliminating comics or restricting what comics could publish, comics were made more into a children’s medium by ridding a lot of the adult fan base and a large portion of the industry. There isn’t much difference between comics, TV, and movies, so why do some have staggered rating systems, and comics only have bans on what can or cannot be published. In my paper I will propose to get rid of the code, and implement a ratings system....
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This note was uploaded on 04/29/2010 for the course PSYCH 85 211 taught by Professor Theissen during the Spring '10 term at Carnegie Mellon.
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