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Unformatted text preview: jungle that is elementary school. Third Paragraph 3. Yet, as a child cannot be watched at all times they will eventually be exposed to violence in the media and in television programing. The child will take what they see on the screen and try to mimic each and every situation they see good or bad because, a child lacks the knowledge of right and wrong with out guidance from an adult. The study proved children will always do as they see a adult do. If a child sees his mother beat up a teddy bear they will do the same to learn that action. Fourth Paragraph 1. In conclusion, benefits and harmful effects can come from watching television at an early age. Shows with no educational value are not necessary or developmentally appropriate for a child's needs. 2. If parents take time to learn all they can about the programs their child is watching they will be able to prevent, the harmful effects on a child television has....
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- Spring '11