Movies Influences On Children Behaviour

When I read the book of Milestones In Mass Communication Research; Media Effect about the study of how movies effect on children attitude I was totally agree. Specially today with the age of technology children behavior has changed. Children spent more time watching TV than any other activity. They are learning a lot of information throughout movies it may or may not be appropriate. For example, themes like violence; sexuality, race and gender, stereotypes, drug and alcohol or any other themes of movies can affect the child behavior. If a child watches a violent movie, they will think that violence is normal because children cannot tell the different between acting and reality. But what was interesting me about Bulmer study of movies long-term influences on children is that movies effect on shaping the images, which people form of their world. For example, movies provided models that shaped children attitude, children captured what they see in the movies and try to emulate the characters. Like if that model were a hero who fights for a crime, the child would think fighting is good. Clothing could be another example that movies are wrongly influencing your child. Most aggressive children are fans of actions movies. Action movies are a big reason that driven children to violence these days. If parents catch their children acting aggressively, they need to educate them that those actors are paid for that and all what they do are not real. It is important that you teach them the different between real life situations with what has been shown on movies so that they can understand the difference. These are some of great tips for parents to make sure that your child is not influenced by movies. It is always matter to educate Children.

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