Recent sociological studies report that violence among adolescents is linked to television watching. Researchers found that teens who watch more than 1 hour of television per day are at increased risk for being involved in assaults, fights, and other violent criminal behaviors later in life.

The author probably believes that

television exposure should be strictly limited for teens.


Since watching more than an hour a day of television increases the risk for violent behavior later in life, it is safe to conclude that the author believes that children should watch less than an hour of television per day.

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