This post was edited by fatdragon at 2013-3-10 11:45
jiayangguizi8 Post time: 2013-3-7 16:54
Western (especially American) cartoons, are known to promote hidden, subliminal or indirect messages ...
Broadcasting licenses can be revoked if it is proved that subliminal messages are broadcast in the USA.
Yes, violence is common in cartoons - e.g. Tom and Jerry. Sex is less common but is used in adult cartoons such as Roger Rabbit where it is not offensive. But the porn industry of America has been known to produce a few and, by doing so, plagiarized Disney Characters.
What you see on TV is pretty tame on the Children's channels.
Those who use cartoons as a teaching aid are probably better to stick to the printed versions (comics) where parental participation is possible. Moderation should be used with animated cartoons but even these can sometimes be useful with pronunciation or grammar.
jiayangguizi8 Post time: 2013-3-9 22:14
By looking at all your spelling mistakes, I assume you are a big fan of TV.
Yes very sloppy. It is unlike me not to proof read - I blame the pitch of Mrs fatdragon's voice on the 3rd call for supper.
I am a fan of printed cartoons with speech balloons as an educational aid rather than cartoons on TV. But if a child likes say Dora Explorer on the TV then it should be a simple task for a parent to get the printed cartoon version and apply that interest in the form of a reading lesson.