Sunday, September 12, 2010

Parental Guidance Should Be Remembered

Well Power Rangers has caused the controversy of children imitating what they see on TV more than it happens in Japan. Why? It has to do with how American parenting has become- the mother isn't around the house when the children watch TV. Most mothers are just like Timmy Turner's mom Mrs. Mom Turner who are usually "busy" somewhere and leaving their children to irresponsible babysitters. Because of the absence of parental guidance, children tend to think that the rubber suit monsters are real, the obviously fake CGI is real just as the child thinks that the obviously fake mascot in the mall is real. Hmmm... with Power Rangers on Nickelodeon I hope those irresponsible moms wake up!

1 comment:

  1. To quote DekaBreak: nonsense! It's perfectly possible to be a good mother without staying at home all day. Japan doesn't have a culture where people are constantly suing each other over "health and safety" concerns, so they don't feel like they have to issue warnings before Super Sentai starts