The Effects of Watching Tv Cartoon Program on the Behavior of Grade One Pupils in Brion-Silva Elementary School

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The Effect of T.V. Cartoon Network on the Aggressive Behavior of Grade One Pupils in Brion-Silva Elementary School

A Title Proposal
Presented to
DR. JOCELYN CASTILLO

In Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements
In EDUC 501 RESEARCH METHODOLOGY

By:
MELANNIE D. ARCENAS
MAED-EM

CHAPTER I
The Problem and Its Background

Introduction The environment in the twenty-first century is media rich. People of all ages are surrounded by media from morning until night. We hear it greet us on our alarm clocks or on the radio in our vehicles, see it on billboards outside or in magazines while waiting for the doctor, and view it using computers, playing gaming devices or when watching television. The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends that parents school going children to no more than 1 to 2 hours of quality educational television content per day, and that children under the age of two not be exposed to any type of television or screen time at all (Anderson & Pempek, 2005; AAP, 1995; Anderson et al., 2003). These limits are prescribed to allow for children’s developing minds to use imagination, explore the world and increase physical activity and interaction with family or friends (Funk, Brouwer, Curtiss & McBroom, 2009). However, parents and other adults seem to be taking this recommendation lightly. One of the largest national studies of preschool-aged media effects, the Kaiser Family Report (2003), showed that the use of television among the children keeps rising (Rideout, Vandewater & Wartella, 2003). The report finds that school going children are exposed to much more screen time than recommended by the American Academy of Pediatrics. “The vast majority of children are growing up in homes where the television is at a near-constant presence (p. 4).” “77% of children age six and under watch TV every…...

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