How does television watching make children unimaginative?

How does television watching make children unimaginative?

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    Watching too much television, according to the poet, corrupts the young minds of the children. Their minds are filled up with useless facts and are unable to ponder and imagine a whole new world. The children can no longer fantasize but gobble up whatever the TV teaches them. They only sit and stare at the screen, and the poet says how the child’s brain is transformed to a “CHEESE” and that they are unable to think as they observe what they see from the TV. The child no longer questions what is right or wrong but only digests whatever is injected into their brain through the TV.

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