Do you agree or disagree with the following statement? Television advertising directed towards young children (aged two to five ) should not be allowed. Use specific reasons and examples to support your answer.
Nowadays one of the best ways to seal more goods is using advertising and many people believed that having a specific target for advertisement can be very helpful. Personally, I believe that the very young children should be restricted from seeing TV advertising. I feel this way for two main reasons, which I will explore in the following essay. The first vital point to bear in mind is this the very young children are not able to relaized which is true or which is not. To more clarify this concern, most of the companies have a pecific plans for young children to deceive them, because they know a young child cannot understand that information is not true. For example, many companies used theTV for targeting their customers. They usually display some harmful food very tasty, which is making based on high sugar. However, young children cannot understand that kind food is harmful, also the advertisement does not say any information about unuseful part of the goods or food, which they display in the advertising. Another reason to be mentioned is this the program, which the company makes as a the advertising is not true because they always show their goods better than in which they are in real. For example, the young children are able to see what the advertisement show on TV they are not able to think about this question, dose all this information, which they have seen are real or not?. Therefore, the parents should decide about this issue and they should not allow their young children to see the advertising on the TV. To sum up, I strongly believe that it is extremely important if the parents do not allow their young children to see the advertising. This is because of showing the incorrect information on this program, which the children are not able to understand it and this is because of unreal information about the goods.
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