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    In troubling times, many people look to their faith as a source of guidance and inspiration. This certainly rings true in two graphic novels: Maus: A Survivor’s Story, written by Art Spiegelman, and Persepolis, written by Marjane Satrapi. Maus tells the story of Vladek Spiegelman’s experience as a Polish Jew in the Holocaust. Persepolis, an autobiographical novel, follows Marjane, a religious young girl who has a passion for activism growing up during the Islamic Revolution. These two authors…

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    difference between real violence and fictional violence, whether on the television or in a video game. No matter how violent the video game, video games do not cause violent behavior in adolescents. Despite common belief, video games do not cause aggression; in…

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    Lines In Graphic Comics

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    by authors to readers within graphic novels. Lines are essential in conveying emotions and sensual reactions within comics - it amplifies and illustrates the author’s messages to the reader. In visual works such as comics, the author is put in a unique position in order to portray emotions within scenes, relying on not only on the visual components but elements that enhance those very visual aspects. In this paper, I will expand on how all styles of lines used in graphic comics are essential…

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    I think they have a huge role in childhood problems. I think the increased violence and guns in the video games are leading to increased violence in schools and other public places. I don't think that guns are bad, I not going to dive into the gun ordeal but I do think that video games are causing increased violence. I was sitting at a junior high track meet and 4 boys were sitting behind me talking about the latest Call of Duty and Modern Warfare and what they will be life. I don't think we…

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    physical fighting. Sometimes while interacting with the games and getting involved a thought may cross the gamers mind such as this is awesome to fight like this. That idea is often just coming from being involved in the game and caught up in the violence game moment. When you turn the video game console off that thought often away immediately. Bullying is a parents and bullying victim’s worst nightmare. As times go on more bullying in many different forms are occurring. Physical, verbal, and…

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    Their is about 85% that video games will has some sort of violence. According to the media around the average of 18 year old in American witnessed 200,00 acts of violence and about 16,000 murders in video games. The scientists researches and found some risk factors in playing violent video games antisocial behavior, depression, trouble at home, delinquency, and academic…

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    Watchmen, a graphic novel written by Alan Moore, tells the story of a group of masked heroes during a tense moment in the midst of the Cold War. Within the chapters, we are introduced to a multitude of characters and the relationships they maintain between each other. Through these, we are shown how individual perspectives and characteristics can be affected by the influences of those we are close to. Doctor Manhattan changes his opinion on human society after an in-depth conversation with…

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    game is trying to convey. The vast majority of video games in todays society contain extremely violent and graphic content. The biggest issue with this right now, is that most of the best selling and popular video games among children are the aggressive ones. Video games are increasing the negative behavior in children as, many of the video games involve repetitive acts of violence in them. Repetition in children can be learned and the behavior is adopted, becoming part of their…

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    developed and published by Fancy Force. Created by video game designerJim Bonacci in 2010, the game features several player characters, who use different, sometimes atypical, vehicles to traverse the game's many levels. The game is best known for its graphic violence and the amount of user-generated content its players produce on a regular basis, with game maps shared on a public server. Happy Wheels' tagline is "Choose your inadequately prepared racer, and ignore severe consequences in your…

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    Since forever society has been talking about violence within social media, television, and video games. We cannot deny that the industry sells the most movies and video games by capturing people’s attention with violence and extreme actions. They question is, does this set the wrong example for our younger viewers, especially toddlers and adolescence? I would definitely be the first to say, OF COURSE. Every time I turn on the television or watch a music video on television the only thing I can…

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