Controvercial Television Advertising

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Other people might say that this situation is caused by the parent’s lack of monitoring the television stations viewed by the children. Television advertising has become a very popular controversy in today’s society. Advertising is constantly evolving by becoming more explicit and descriptive as well as educational.

Children and Television Commercials 2
Children and Television Commercials;
Should they be so closely tied?
Are your children becoming the target of today’s “BIG BUSINESS”? There doesn’t seem to be a good time to watch television with your children. Whether its Saturday morning cartoons or Sunday night football, the constant bombardment of controversial television commercials is all around us. As father of two young children, ages three and five, I have noticed that today’s big business companies have targeted my children as consumers.
It’s hard not to notice the non-stop flood of commercials that are aimed directly at children. These commercials encourage today’s children to purchase all types of unhealthy. View More »

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