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  • Yes they should

    Bad for society Many of the advertisements in the world are for sugary and fatty drinks and food, So this can make them highly obese or even give them type two diabetes witch has developed for many years. This can also be bad for manners at the table. This should be banned

  • Advertising Aimed at children should be banned

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  • Advertising should be banned if it is aimed at children

    Yes. It is really stressful for parents if they always want something new and are constantly pestering. Also the nhs did research on how adverts affect obesity and have discovered that it has increased rapidly. More than half of people leaving primary school in parts of London are seriously obese

  • Yes Kids are impulsive

    The ads are exaggerated but kids would not know because they don't know how to tell. Therefore, it is more likely to have a misleading to kids. Also, kids are easy to be persuaded as they might believe in to over exaggerated ads. For example, a Star Wars lightsaber ad will show that the lightsaber are just like movies but its actually an LED light

  • Just read and think about it:

    - do you like to own things
    - what do you see when you picture a perfect life? Was any part of your answer objects
    - what does the perfect person look like? Who do you think may have fed you this image
    - do you think milk builds strong bones? Have you ever seen evidence on this? What things do you beleive that you didnt even know were taught to you that may by faulty
    - how many people do you know that are debt free?
    - whens the last time you saw an add for kale? What and how many food groups do most ads address
    - why is jimmy being made fun of for for his off brand shoes in highschool? Who taught his peers this is a value they should have?
    - no one told jimmy he couldnt be a princess for Halloween so where did he get the idea that he can`t
    - do you like letting strangers come into your house and tell your children/future children/any children what to do?

  • Advertising to children is immoral

    They use psychologists and marketing gurus to purposefully create addictive and persuasive selling tactics to minds that are not developed to understand the methods being used. As a parent, I do my best to keep advertising away from them. I also feel their commercials are over dramatized to children that leave them disappointed when they toys they advertise do not do what's in the commercial. They don't understand why they are being lied to.

  • Yes, in an ideal world that would happen.

    Children are vulnerable to advertising because they long for magic and think all claims made are actually real. So in an ideal world, there would be no advertising to children. For sure there should be no ads that are about sugary or unhealthy processed foods geared toward kids as this can affect them long term.

  • Yes, childrens minds are not able to process the imagery in ads.

    Children are incredibly vulnerable to the suggestive and powerful advertisements on TV. These advertisements take advantage of kids and get them "hooked" on foods and habits which are destructive to their health going into adulthood. For example, fast food advertisements rarely show the harmful effects of fat, cholesterol and diabetes from eating these junk foods.

  • It is the parent's responsibility to educate their children

    Preventing exposure to ads for kids is not the answer. Because then what will happen when they grow up and are confronted with ads and don't have the skills to discern truth from lies. They need to grow up with ads in order to learn how to make informed decisions while being guided and protected by their parents.

  • Only for certain ads

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  • It should not be banned.

    There would be commercials that is about milk and children's food. Is that bad? There would be commercials that is about milk and children's food. Is that bad? There would be commercials that is about milk and children's food. Is that bad? There would be commercials that is about milk and children's food. Is that bad?

  • No they shouldnt

    No, television ads directed at children should not be banned. No, television ads directed at children should not be banned. What is needed is more media literacy education. Children need to know that they are being bombarded by messages (both good and bad) every day. They need to be taught how to discern these messages from a very early age and to decide how to react to the messages based on content AND controller.

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  • No, television ads directed at children should not be banned.

    No, television ads directed at children should not be banned. What is needed is more media literacy education. Children need to know that they are being bombarded by messages (both good and bad) every day. They need to be taught how to discern these messages from a very early age and to decide how to react to the messages based on content AND controller.


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