EFFECTS OF CARTOONS ON CHILDREN (Name) (Institution) Effects of Cartoons on Children Cartoons are defined as drawing or motion pictures on various devices such as computers and televisions. They serve as a representation of people devices or animals (Rasmussen 2014). Over the past the use of cartoons has been considered one of the best methods to entertain young children. With the use of cartoons the children are made happier. Researchers have come up with both positive and negative impacts of Cartoons. The impacts are both positive and also negative. In this essay both positive and negative impacts of Cartoons on young children will be discussed in detail. First and foremost some of the benefits include the fact that the children are able to gain educational benefits. After a child comes across a cartoon he/she is able to learn various things. In addition the child is able to learn the can help in making the child get the benefits of using cartoons since the negative impacts will be avoided. References: Alloway T. P. Williams S. Jones B. & Cochrane F. (2014). Exploring the impact of television watching on vocabulary skills in toddlers. Early Childhood Education Journal 42(5) 343-349. Aboud F. E. & Spears Brown C. (2013). Positive and negative intergroup contact among children and its effect on attitudes. Advances in intergroup contact 80 176-199. Helt M. S. & Fein D. A. (2016). Facial feedback and social input: Effects on laughter and enjoyment in children with autism spectrum disorders. Journal of autism and developmental disorders 46(1) 83-94.Rasmussen E. E. (2014). Proactive vs. Retroactive Mediation: Effects of Mediation's Timing on Children's Reactions to Popular Cartoon Violence. Human Communication Research 40(3) 396-413. Sultana S. (2014). Role Of Cartoon: A Brief Discussion on How Cartoon put an Impact on Children. ENH Community 73. [...]
3 page paper about the effect of Cartoon Network on children (ages 5-10). Times new roman 12 double spaced. Be specific and citations should be included . Must be 3 pages.