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    The purpose of this study is to analyze the frequencies of prosocial and aggressive behaviors of characters on Cartoon Network. Furthermore to attempt to determine if Gender or Socioeconomic Status are associated to the frequencies of prosocial and aggressive acts made by a character. Much research has been done outlining the high rates of violence and aggression in Cartoons and the effects of viewing violence on a children’s behavior in the real world. Less research has been done regarding…

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    CASE STUDY 2 As I am furthering my establishment within my internship, I begin to familiarize myself among many of the clients within my internship. Each client has his or her own different diagnoses and that were approached differently by many of the interns and clinicians. Throughout my few months within the Outreach Center there is a particular client that grasp my attention, this client would show behaviors that are different from most of the clients there. This client would have much…

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    Call Of Violence Analysis

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    language, and threats, he leaves the chat option off. This may cause one to question how is this beneficial to those with the potential to face bullying. Is it not just another place where they can get bullied? Some also claim that it helps people get anger and/or aggression out. However, according to Bushman, the opposite is true. The effect of games like Call of Duty are aggressive thoughts, and behavior, as well as angry feelings and physiological arousal. The active participation involved in…

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    Definition Essay On Fear

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    Fear. What is fear? To some fear is nothing more than an emotion that we feel whe we feel unsecure about something. To others it's a whole different story. Imagine having everything in the world that you ever wanted, and in the blink of an eye it's all gone. One can never get over the feeling of loosing someone special in they're life. To know that the person that gave you everything is no longer around to help you continue in life. This is my fear, to lose more people that mean so much to me.…

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    Media Bias Analysis

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    When I think of the news I picture mainstream media stations like CNN or Fox News going over what has happened in the world as short bits to fill the time slots. I don’t picture certain reporters, just the big name network presenting what is happening in the world, with different levels of bias. To me the news is any type of media that informs the audience of what is going on in the world, whether it is about celebrities or current events. It wasn’t until this essay that I accepted that I…

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    The Clown Panic

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    The Clown Panic Seen from a Social Psychology Standpoint The article I chose was about the recent anxiety about clowns caused by the plague of aggressive individuals dressed as clowns in America. Ruben Castaneda, a staff writer of U.S. News, wrote this article on the 17th of October of this year. The best chapter to accompany this article would be chapter 12 Social Psychology. I used this chapter to understand why the mass hysteria has a spread, the reason behind people's behavior caused by the…

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    Letting anger take control can be horrible, especially if we don’t try to calm ourselves down or are not even aware of the anger. Not controlling your anger can lead to getting violent, which can end in even more violence. If you get angry, it would be hard to take control of it and you could make mistakes that you would regret later on. In Coping Tips: Unhealthy Ways of Dealing With Conflict, it states, “ When we are not aware of being angry or are aware but don’t express it, anger can then…

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    One of my favorite quotes is “Man is the only creature who refuses to be what he is”. As the boys come onto my island, some of them decide to hold back or change themselves to gain a following. This applies to two boys in particular. Piggy, who believes that if he hides his intelligence he will be able to shield himself from shrewdness from the other boys. Also Jack who is under the impression that if he becomes aggressive and an “alfa” figure on the island he will gain a following from the…

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    My Definition Of Anger

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    The poem "Anger" is just that-- anger. It composes not only those things that anger myself but those silent angers that the people around me hold, the angers that people don't feel can be seen. It's these silent angers that can keep someone up at night cursing the world or the anger that causes you to say or do that one thing that knowingly will hurt someone out of spite. Anger is a powerful feeling that everyone shares silent or not. Its alright to feel angry. It's ok to have anger. It shapes…

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    discusses how anger, in the right context, benefits people in three points: by using anger to win a negotiation, by using only real anger, and by directing anger at an object/offer and not a person. Starting off, anger produces such a bright inner flame that just may help people win a confrontation. Some people find it easier to win a confrontational negotiation when they anger themselves. (Page 2 Paragraph 4,5) The summarized sentence helps explain that by pumping one’s self with anger might…

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