Media Is Not The Right Of Freedom Of Expression Essay

730 Words Oct 7th, 2015 3 Pages
There has always been a lot of discussion on whether violence in the media leads to violence in the real world. There is so much debate on this topic because some people feel that violence in media can cause people to become violent while others believe that it doesn’t have an affect on them. I feel that violence portrayed in today’s media is not the direct cause of people behaviors. I believe that it all depends on how the person really is and how they were raised. Someone with mental disorder, who has experience a trauma, can become violent with media. As a result, the media can give these types of people ideas when trying to plan something violent.
As a citizen of the United States of America, everyone should have the right of freedom of expression. People should have a chance to give their opinion or suggestion on what they believe. But when it comes to the safety of the public, I believe that our freedom of speech should be limited. Without public safety, this country would mostly likely be very chaotic and dangerous. Limiting the freedom of expression could prevent dangerous situation in airports, airplane, and important buildings like hospitals. If we remove the authority like police officer, firefighters, and emergency medical technician who would helps us when we are in desperate situations like a shooting, no one will help. I would have to say if we had to balance to balance between the freedom of expression verse public safety, I prefer to choose public safety…

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