Social Responsibilities in Producing Children’s Programming for Television

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Essay #: 066577
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The beginning:
Social Responsibilities in Producing Children’s Programming for Television
The target group:
The target group being explored: television producers and writers who are responsible for crafting programs for young children under the age of 12
The thesis:
The thesis is that violence should be reduced or eliminated in children’s programming and replaced by programming that shows the peaceful resolution of conflicts and the integration of different groups of people into one harmonious whole.
How thesis shall be supported:
Thesis will be supported by showing empirical studies that reveal how violent shows create violent kids.
Sources:
Sources shall be studies conducted by scholars who have studied such violence (youth violence); government...
The end:
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