His goal was to put moral lessons in his show in an attempt to teach while entertaining.
I had often noticed the differences between the children and their television habits, for some would watch a little and then want to run freely, whereas others would rather be sat in front of the television and not budge until a commercial These questions reflect the intricate dance between the craver and critic of violent media, and the arguments that follow.
Violent media is generally associated with aggressive behavior, which can cause violence against others as well as reluctance to associate with peers. It has been said that children are like sponges when it comes to attaining knowledge.
Children who had just seen commercial violence accepted much higher levels of aggression than other children. The city children had a greater tendency to regard violent television programs as accurate reflections of real life than the farm children.
Howe, Michael J. Television in American Society. When the police caught him and asked him why he was wearing gloves he replied that he had learned to do so to not leave fingerprints and that he discovered this on television.
There are undeniable correlations between violent television and aggression.
The more time spent on media, the easier it becomes to allow this behavior to show in the real world American Academy of Children and Adolescent Psychiatry 2.