Is Tv the Cause of Violence in Today’s Society?

TV has bad Impacts
As we all know some TV programs are educational, they open our minds by providing information that are unlikely to be taught in schools and other places such as home-schooling But there are also some TV programs that are not so educational, which could affect us physically and emotionally. According to some research it was said that Television has a higher level of violence, in most of the cases these programs are being watched by young children which can be a negative influence and it could affects the children’s grades, sleep and daily activities. Kids are small and their minds haven’t developed yet, so when a child watches a show or a movie they usually copy everything that is being done on the screen, not even caring whether it’s good or bad. AS I said, when a child watches violence on TV they repeat what is being done, thinking that their action will not be punished, which means they are being persuaded that crimes, and violence don’t cause any harm. For example 47% of violent television programs show the victim being unharmed, especially in cartoons. Characters in cartoons and television shows get blowed over by another character and they get back up without being harmed, this makes children believe that violence doesn’t really hurt anyone. TV and Violance

Television shows that allows the character who commits the crime to receive no punishment, allows children to learn that it is alright to commit a crime because nothing will be done. Television has no significant influence on an adult’s mind, but it has a major impact on children, and on their brain’s development. Most important of all, if children catch the idea of violence in childhood from TV, then their ideas and thoughts about crimes, murders, etc. can’t be changed. If we Watch too much television We begin to ignore the outer world, we become less social, our personality slightly begin to change negatively, and most of all we begin to have diseases such as refractive error of the eyes (especially near-sightedness), obesity, heart attack, spine disease, mental disorder, etc.,