As long as these cartoons do not promote sex or any kind of violence parents appear happy with this. Hassan and Daniyal also found that Ben Ten and Doremon remain the most favourite cartoons of school going children, and have been viewed in over 80 million homes in the US and in nations across the world since August Bugs Bunny and Elmer Fudd are other examples of these kinds of cartoons.
When children ultimately copy what they see in cartoons that they watch, then maybe that is the reason racial and gender inequality still exist today along violence. The sample size for the study was respondents, and in order to remove any ambiguity they were entertained one by one so that they might not confuse and can easily respond to questions.
Potter and Warren claimed that unlike comedies and plays, the content of cartoons has more violence. International Research Journal of Interdisciplinary. These kinds of cartoons display false sense of reality on children.
Violence in cartoons portrayed as comedy removes feelings of fear that a child might have towards violent actions Ledingham and Richard, A significant proportion of the children too in Europe however have access to television in their bedrooms. This research design was employed because it enabled the researcher to obtain a sample that is highly representative of the population being studied.
Recommendations First, children should be encouraged to watch cartoons because not all cartoons are bad. The study population comprises children aged in the Sunyani Municipality.
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