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* WhatHappenedToTheMouse: They suddenly stopped reviewing music, seeing as how their last review goes all the way back to 2014 with Music/{{Sia}}'s ''1000 Forms of Fear'' album.


Common Sense Media is an organization with different kinds of media advice for parents. They are best known for their work reviews, which are intended to help parents make good choices about what is appropriate for their children.

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[[https://www.commonsense.org/
Common Sense Media Media]] is an organization with different kinds of media advice for parents. They are best known for their work reviews, which are intended to help parents make good choices about what is appropriate for their children.



See the website [[https://www.commonsense.org/ here]].






* YouTubeKidsChannel: [[DiscussedTrope Discussed]]. Their review of Website/YouTube Kids explains how iffy or mature channels manage to slip through the filters and become visible to kids.

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* YouTubeKidsChannel: [[DiscussedTrope Discussed]].{{Discussed|Trope}}. Their review of Website/YouTube Kids explains how iffy or mature channels manage to slip through the filters and become visible to kids.


Common Sense Media has a history of being reputed as stock MoralGuardian material on the Internet for seemingly NewMediaAreEvil views. Despite having softened this approach and giving rational advice anyone can agree to, please remember the Administrivia/RuleOfCautiousEditingJudgement.

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Common Sense Media has a history of being reputed as stock a MoralGuardian material haven on the Internet for seemingly NewMediaAreEvil views. Despite having softened this approach and giving rational advice anyone can agree to, please remember the Administrivia/RuleOfCautiousEditingJudgement.


Please remember the Administrivia/RuleOfCautiousEditingJudgement.

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Please Common Sense Media has a history of being reputed as stock MoralGuardian material on the Internet for seemingly NewMediaAreEvil views. Despite having softened this approach and giving rational advice anyone can agree to, please remember the Administrivia/RuleOfCautiousEditingJudgement.


* YouTubeKidsChannel: [[DiscussedTrope Discussed]]. Their review of Website/YouTube Kids explains how iffy or mature channels manage to slip through the filters and become visible to kids.

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* YouTubeKidsChannel: Their review of Website/YouTube Kids explains how iffy or mature channels manage to slip through the filters and become visible to kids.

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* YouTubeKidsChannel: [[DiscussedTrope Discussed]]. Their review of Website/YouTube Kids explains how iffy or mature channels manage to slip through the filters and become visible to kids.

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* VideoReviewShow: Several of their reviews have video versions on Website/YouTube.


A typical review gives an age rating and a star rating. It break down the content in a work and tells parents what they need to know about it. It summarizes the plot, explains if the work is good, and says what families can talk about after experiencing the work. Users can also add their own reviews that are separate from the main reviews.

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A typical review gives an age rating and a star rating. It break breaks down the content in a work and tells parents what they need to know about it. It summarizes the plot, explains if the work is good, and says what families can talk about after experiencing the work. Users can also add their own reviews that are separate from the main reviews.

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Common Sense Media is an organization with different kinds of media advice for parents. They are best known for their work reviews, which are intended to help parents make good choices about what is appropriate for their children.

A typical review gives an age rating and a star rating. It break down the content in a work and tells parents what they need to know about it. It summarizes the plot, explains if the work is good, and says what families can talk about after experiencing the work. Users can also add their own reviews that are separate from the main reviews.

See the website [[https://www.commonsense.org/ here]].

Please remember the Administrivia/RuleOfCautiousEditingJudgement.

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!!Common Sense Media provides examples of:
* AnAesop: One of the things they look out for is what positive messages or ideas a work gives to the audience.
* AlliterativeTitle: They have a movie review series called ''Movie Minute'', which repeats the letter M.
* AudienceParticipation: Parents and kids can upload their own reviews to the website, though they are kept separate from the main professional review.
* DepartmentOfRedundancyDepartment: Whenever a movie has the word "movie" in the title, you get videos like "WesternAnimation/TheLegoNinjagoMovie: Movie Review" or "WesternAnimation/TheEmojiMovie: Movie Review".
* ExcitedShowTitle: They have a video series called ''Watch Out!'', which has an exclamation mark.
* FamilyUnfriendlyViolence: They rate the amount of violence and scariness a work has.
* {{Fanspeak}}: They have a video that explains ''VideoGame/{{Minecraft}}'' fanspeak and jargon to parents.
* GoodParents: They have a few videos showing good mothers and fathers throughout different media.
* IdiosyncraticEpisodeNaming: "Common Sense" is repeated in the titles of the three websites. The websites are Common Sense Media, Common Sense Education, and Common Sense Kids Action.
* LetsPlay: They have a few videos showcasing different ''VideoGame/{{Minecraft}}'' LetsPlay channels that are good for kids to watch.
* PleaseSubscribeToOurChannel: The featured video on their channel is "Subscribe to Common Sense!", which tells viewers to subscribe the channel.
* ProductPlacement: This is one of the things they look out for. They rate the amount of commercialism a work has.
* QuestioningTitle: Used for a few of their videos which ask what a certain kids' website is.
* ReadingIsCoolAesop: They have a guide on how parents can get their kids to think reading is fun. This can be done by reading aloud, enjoying the entire series, finding a good genre, finding a favorite author, reading classic books, reading books about what you're into, reading funny books, reading comics, reading ebooks, and reading as a family.
* TopTenList: They have a few of these on Website/YouTube, such as a list of GoodParents, a list of good LetsPlay channels, etc.
* YouTubeKidsChannel: Their review of Website/YouTube Kids explains how iffy or mature channels manage to slip through the filters and become visible to kids.

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