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[ 01. English Non Fiction ] Authors: Berne, Emma Carlson. Series: Introducing issues with opposing viewpoints Published by : Greenhaven Press, (Detroit :) Physical details: 119 p. : col. ill. ; 25 cm. Subject(s): Television and children. | Television broadcasting. | Television programs --United States. Year : 2008 01. English Non Fiction Item type : 01. English Non Fiction
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Includes bibliographical references (p. 107-111) and index.

Is television harmful? -- Television is harmful / Dave Kopel -- Television is not always harmful / Anna Quindlen -- Television ads lead to childhood obesity / Steven Gortmaker -- Television ads are not necessarily responsible for obesity / Douglas J. Wood -- What is society's relationship to television? -- Television content should be censored / Tony Perkins -- Television content should not be censored / Kurt Anderson -- Television contributes to racial stereotypes / Joel Stein -- Television is not always responsible for racial stereotypes / Michael Medved -- Reality TV has positive qualities / James Poniewozik -- Reality TV generally does not have positive qualities / Howard Rosenberg -- "Can TV save itself from reality? Please?" Broadcasting and cable, June 14, 2004 -- Who should control television? -- Cable channel choice should be permitted / Martha Kleder -- Cable channel choice should not be permitted / David L. Cohen -- Consumers should be responsible for harmful television content / Mike Conway and David A. Wemhoff -- Networks should be responsible for harmful television content / Michael Tracey -- Parents should be responsible for harmful television content / Adam Thierer.