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In the 1960s and 1970s, people started criticising television broadcasts for many reasons

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In the 1960s and 1970s, people started criticising television broadcasts for many reasons. The first reason is children. Before television arrived, children were really active as they would play cricket with other children within the neighbourhood. ...read more.

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Television has had a lot of affect on children. Children would not do any exercise as they would lay down in front of the television for hours. They would be unhealthy and lazy. Another affect television has on children is that it affects their education. ...read more.

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Nobody wanted to go out and see the outdoors and do exercise. They would just stay inside and watch television. Television is something in which it attracts people and confuses their mind. ?? ?? ?? ?? GCSE History Coursework "Why were television broadcasts critcised by some people in the 1960s and 1970s? Bawen Sivakumar 11.2 Mr Foreman Centre Number: 13337 ...read more.

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