Graphic Violence Research Paper

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I am shocked and appalled at the graphic violence in today's movies and other media. Not only is the violence waaaaaay more explicit then when I was a kid, but it seems to glorify in a gratuitous sadism, and an attitude that "it's justified" and the victim "just got what he/she deserved". I have read several articles on the subject of violence in the media, and the consensus seems to be that movie, tv, and video game producers feel compelled to "ramp up the violence" because that is what today's teen and young adult culture seems to want. If they make the game or movie too "tame", it won't sell. I think that the root of the problem is this: that particularly in America and Europe, young people today have never experienced true violence; such

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