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  • Causes Of Violence In Video Games

    Stop with the Blame Violence in video games has been a controversial topic from the conception of simple classic video games like Pac-man, Space Invaders, and Super Mario. This debate has pushed into the modern age and games like Grand Theft Auto, Call of Duty, and Halo dividing consumers and critics alike into two separate sides of the arena. In one corner, you have the critics relating, connecting, and blaming violence in the video games to many unfortunate and tragic events committed by the young while on the opposing side you have the rational, statistically backed group stamping the studies and research done thus far as faulty. The way we look at video games and how we research their tie to violence could potentially need correction.…

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  • The Importance Of Violence In Video Games

    Krpata present how famous people, even an attorney from the state of Florida, that has not play video games criticize it. In the article, Jack Thompson, the attorney of Florida, is against the negative stuff portray in the video games such as violence, sex and racism. The most controversies video games were Grand Theft Auto IV (GTA), Mass Effect and Resident Evil 5, because of the content in the game and the actions that can be taken in these video games. However, Krpata argue and see video…

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  • Why Parents Hate Video Games

    such as Madden, NBA 2k etc. There are a lot of games that I couldn’t play when I was a younger age such as Grand Theft Auto, Call of Duty were the big ones. I didn’t really understand why I couldn’t play them when I was younger. Today I see why my parents didn’t let me play…

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  • Analysis: Grand Theft Auto V, Dark Souls And Counter-Strike

    Evaluative GTA V, Dark Souls and Counter-Strike There are many kinds of new games will show us in every year. Some of the games will be very popular but other games are not good. Therefore, I am going to evaluate three games, they are Grand Theft Auto V, Dark Souls III, and Counter-Strike. I am going to evaluate their image quality, Storylines and degree of freedom. First, image quality is very important to decide the game is good or bad. “Image quality is an important component of visual…

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  • Grand Theft Auto V: Compare And Contrast Analysis

    What’s the difference between “Grand Theft Auto V” (GTA V) and boxing? For starters, GTA V is a video game, and boxing is a competitive sport. One side is influenced by money, weapons, sex, and drugs. The other is influenced by physical brutality and roaring chants of spectators. Both of these two have their differences, but one thing that they primarily share is violence. Statistics show that GTA V was a record breaking video game seller – having sold over 34 million copies. It was also one of…

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  • The Corruption Of Sex And Violence In The Media

    they could run over pedestrians known as "gremlins in the game". This game represented vehicular homicide and it was unsettling for most. After this video game it inspired many other companies to create games that showed violence. These types of video games started to influence the society to commit crimes similar to the scenarios in their games. Grand Theft Auto is an open-world action video game that was first release in 1997 by Rockstar Games ("GTA 6 Release Date.") In this video game the…

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  • Naturalistic Observation Report

    the interaction between the children. Furthermore we sent a scientist to the school as an undercover assistant teacher, to watch the child in a public environment. Since people tend to act differently when around other people outside of their primary reference group. In order for us to keep track of the kid’s behavior while weren’t there, we additionally asked the parents to keep a diary of any violent actions they saw from their child as a reinforcement. As the natural observation technique…

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  • Horrific Wreck Of The City Analysis

    Have you ever been in a bad Natural disaster? If not maybe you should try reading “Comprehending the Calamity” By Emma Burke and “Horrific Wreck of the City” By Fred Hewitt. They are both first hand eye witness accounts of the San Francisco earthquake and fire. The San Francisco earthquake was one of the biggest and most traumatizing events of all time. It all started April 18, 1906 at 5:15 AM. The first tremor lasted about 1 minute and others continued to strike through out the morning. Water…

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  • San Francisco Earthquake

    the San Francisco Bay region 2014 -2043, reports different important contents about earthquakes which are preparing for an earthquake, why earthquakes occur in the San Francisco area, how scientists calculate earthquake probabilities, how it will affect you, and how to protect yourself and your family. Per the U.S Geological Survey (2016) reported that earthquake preparedness helps to help reduce the number of hazards. On August 24, 2014, a large earthquake with a magnitude of 6.0 hit the…

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  • Essay On Chilean Earthquake

    Earthquakes Shira Miller Earthquakes are amazing natural disasters. An earthquake is a sudden and violent shaking of the ground. They are a big threat to people because they cause tsunamis, fires, and buildings to crumble on people. One of the biggest earthquakes was the great Chilean earthquake. The quake happened on May 22, 1960 near Valdiva (geology.com). The damage that the great Chilean earthquake caused (including tsunami damage) cost more than 500 million U.S. dollars (NOAA.gov). After…

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