Parents buy bad influences for their children

Wednesday, November 21, 2007

Research over in America shows that billions of dollars will be spent this Christmas season on gifts for children. A study by The Barna Group shows that even though most born again Christian parents are not always comfortable with the content of media-related products, they purchase some of those items as presents for their children. They spend more than $1 billion on media products such as CDs, DVDs, video games and magazines for children under the age of 18 despite parental misgivings about the moral content or developmental affects of those resources. More here.


As if I'd do something like that! My kids are getting a bag of brussles each and a satsuma!

Anonymous said...
November 23, 2007 10:47 am  

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