Televisions shows are having to join the censorship programs since it's only getting worse. Little kids are watching the shows and picking up what is being said and done. There is no bias, it's only facts and the author states what's happened. We will use this to show how little kids are picking up what is happening and how it's affecting everyone.
1. Music with bad words is rising. In 2011, three of ten songs had to be censored when played and two of the titles have the censored word in it. Music is what it portrays to its audience and this is what is portrayed to little children. 2. There is no bias because it's all facts and statistics. 3. We can use this to prove that using cuss words is only becoming more popular and it's not stopping, only becoming worse.
1. Researchers from Great Britain did a research project on the severity of bad words. They had a few control groups and had the subjects do a few tests to see what was deemed appropriate on tv. They had them discuss what words are good to use after what time and made them put them in a list of severity. 2. I didn't find any bias in this article, as it was about research and it is a source from SIRS. The author did a good job of keeping his opinion out of his article. 3. The article talks about how certain words are bad at certain times and there was an actual research done about how cussing was deemed inappropriate in certain times and places. The research showed how different people had different opinions and it's different to everyone.
1. Swearing has always been a trouble and it is just getting worse. Swearing to many is deemed inappropriate and is okay to other people. Swearing is a lot more common now and it is deemed okay to some people. 2. There is no bias, except for a personal project he did in which he called his friends and asked them if they cursed. 3. This source will be useful because it has lots of statistics and there is a lot of notes for both sides that you could use for this.
Teens are using more cuss words that ever seen before. It has become natural and teachers are seeing it more often now than in past generations. Timothy Jay estimates that teen use between 80-90 cuss words a day. Cussing comes from parents and the people around them. Kids use cuss words as fillers, to use instead of more sophisticated terms. There is no bias We will use this to show how teens are progressively using it more, and even adults are using it more.