Those people who disagree with the banning books argues that:"ChuyÃ¡Â»Ân thanh niÃÂªn cÃÂ³ lÃ¡Â»Âi sÃ¡Â»Âng vÃ suy nghÃÂ© nhÃÂ° thÃ¡ÂºÂ¿ nÃ o thÃÂ¬ do mÃÂ´i trÃÂ°Ã¡Â»Âng gia ÃÂÃÂ¬nh vÃ nhÃ trÃÂ°Ã¡Â»Âng tÃÂ¡c ÃÂÃ¡Â»Âng mÃ¡Â»Âi nhiÃ¡Â»Âu"
No one can deny that fact but the banned book still have any negative impact on children by the "inappropriate" sexual content or "offensive" language.
So books are usually banned "with the best intentions-to protect others, frequently children, from difficult ideas and information. Adults often censor books from children if they feel that the books have frightening or controversial ideas in them. (sÃÂ¡ch thÃÂ°Ã¡Â»Âng bÃ¡Â»Â cÃ¡ÂºÂ¥m "vÃ¡Â»Âi ÃÂ½ ÃÂÃ¡Â»Ânh tÃ¡Â»Ât nhÃ¡ÂºÂ¥t ÃÂÃ¡Â»Â bÃ¡ÂºÂ£o vÃ¡Â»Â ngÃÂ°Ã¡Â»Âi khÃÂ¡c, thÃÂ°Ã¡Â»Âng xuyÃÂªn cho trÃ¡ÂºÂ» em, tÃ¡Â»Â« nhÃ¡Â»Â¯ng ÃÂ½ tÃÂ°Ã¡Â»Âng khÃÂ³ khÃÂn vÃ thÃÂ´ng tin." NgÃÂ°Ã¡Â»Âi lÃ¡Â»Ân thÃÂ°Ã¡Â»Âng kiÃ¡Â»Âm duyÃ¡Â»Ât sÃÂ¡ch cÃ¡Â»Â§a trÃ¡ÂºÂ» em nÃ¡ÂºÂ¿u hÃ¡Â»Â cÃ¡ÂºÂ£m thÃ¡ÂºÂ¥y rÃ¡ÂºÂ±ng cÃÂ¡c cuÃ¡Â»Ân sÃÂ¡ch cÃÂ³ nhÃ¡Â»Â¯ng ÃÂ½ tÃÂ°Ã¡Â»Âng ÃÂÃÂ¡ng sÃ¡Â»Â£ hoÃ¡ÂºÂ·c gÃÂ¢y tranh cÃÂ£i trong ÃÂÃÂ³).
Due to different customs and different levels of awareness, so it's always something like maybe this book is welcome in this country but it will be received criticism from the other countries. Anyway,although you may not like something, that's no reason to take it away from everyone.
Besides, banning books is not kind of a good thing because it makes we can't see the world in many different aspects. So it also makes a limitation of knowledge and thinking.
According to the ALA President Carol Brey-Casiano, "Not every book is right for every person, but providing a wide range of reading choices is vital for learning, exploration, and imagination. The abilities to read, speak, think, and express ourselves freely are core American values." (Theo ChÃ¡Â»Â§ tÃ¡Â»Âch ALA Carol Brey-Casiano, "KhÃÂ´ng phÃ¡ÂºÂ£i mÃ¡Â»Âi cuÃ¡Â»Ân sÃÂ¡ch lÃ ÃÂÃÂºng cho tÃ¡ÂºÂ¥t cÃ¡ÂºÂ£ mÃ¡Â»Âi ngÃÂ°Ã¡Â»Âi, nhÃÂ°ng cung cÃ¡ÂºÂ¥p mÃ¡Â»Ât loÃ¡ÂºÂ¡t...