by Associated Press | USA Today | March 3, 2006

A report released March 2 from the Parents Television Council showed that children’s television regularly contains violence.


“Programs like Teen Titans
on the Cartoon Network and ABC Family Channel’s Mighty Morphin Power Rangers often feature intense fights with swords, guns and lasers, the group said.”
Dr. Michael Rich
, Director of CMCH, said “Violent cartoons can increase children’s anxiety, desensitize them or lead them to believe
that violence is more prevalent — and acceptable — in real life than it really is.”

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