Tag Archives: TV

Tuesday 26 March 2013 – Better TV means better kids

Television, once touted as “the ideal babysitter,” often gets a bad name from parents and healthcare professionals alike due to the fact that so much of what’s on TV can be corruptive to kids. From overly violent programs to excessive … Continue reading

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Wednesday 19 September 2012 – An observation: Reality TV

Occasionally I like to watch TV and attempt to grasp and understand the beliefs and cultural activities of the mainstream. I wish not to appear arrogant in anyway here, I am very aware of the many people, like myself who … Continue reading

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Monday 28 May 2012 – The persuasive power of TV

I believe many of us don’t realise nor step back and contemplate the negative effects of television. More importantly the occupying, mindless clutter that consumes television, which then consumes us. We feed this more than often meaningless nonsense to our … Continue reading

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