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  • Watching the telly is a punishment for Gen Z
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Watching the telly is a punishment for Gen Z

Being grounded used to mean no television for a week or two. But with Gen Z preferring to browse on their iPads and watch videos on their smartphones, this punishment no longer fits the crime. Instead, parents are punishing misbehaving kids by forcing them to watch the box.

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