Violence On Satellite Tv

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Satellite TV went through many stages of development throughout the years before it became what it is today. Today, Satellite TV has competition among the latest technology in the industry. Many children watch the well-developed satellite TV every day. Some children are experiencing problems from seeing violence on TV.
Many years ago, North American and European residents had to wait a few days to receive tapes, so they could watch footage from the other side of the ocean (Klein, 2012). In 1962, the first Satellite TV transmission occurred. The first satellite transmission occurred using Telstar 1(Dominick, 2013). Millions of people watched the memorable broadcast on July 23, 1962, as Telstar 1 transmitted live transatlantic video into people’s
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Parents can use censorship packages, like the ones that come with DSTV. The TV shows that children watch shapes their character and aspects of their life decisions (Hagan, 2016). American children watch TV between three to four hours daily. According to WebMD, Children may become more aggressive and anxious after viewing violence on TV for an extensive period of time. Children may begin to see the world as a scary and unsafe place if they watch violence on TV many hours a week. It’s the parent’s job to protect their children from the negative effects of excessive TV violence. Parents should monitor what their children view on TV. Parents should engage in a conversation about what he or she might have seen on TV to prevent their children from having any emotional problems. Children under eight may have trouble differentiating between fantasy and reality. Children over the age of eight who have seen violence acts on TV may become scared and think that what they saw on TV might happen to them. It’s the parent’s job to help their children understand the difference between real and fantasy and assuring them that you will protect them from harm ("TV Violence -- a Cause of Child Anxiety and Aggressive Behavior?",

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