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    Looking at the world today and wondering why there is so much violence, I asked myself how did it become so easy to be mean to people and to each other to the point of hurting people. I guess when I see violent things happen some things don’t bother me like they use to when I was younger. In this paper, I will be reviewing a few articles of violence including one from William Golding called, Why Boys Become Vicious, who is also the Author of The Lord of The Flies. I agree with the general…

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    Considering the diversity of questions with numerous answers this question is considered: What causes violence? This is a question that seems to have no right answer, by the fact that the public has not reached a consent. For instance, some people may possibly blame the behavior of their current society; other people (usually workers), may blame the cause of violence on accumulated stress from work, and others may even say that the cause of violent acts are martial arts (karate, judo, and…

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    Violent Video Games Essay

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    rating on games that go from C through A. The game that is rated C which has content that is appropriate for young kids. An E-rated game has content that is for everyone. Generally the content is for all ages and may have cartoons, fantasy or mild violence, and some mild language. Games that are rated E 10+ are for everyone that is of the age ten and up it…

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    program…” (Hanh, 13). Hanh implies that watching violent entertainment can alter our mindsets and cause us to becoming more accepting of violence. He states that these bad TV programs are created to “make our hearts pound, our fist tighten, and leave us exhausted” (pg.14). Hanh believes that movie producers are not concerned about the detrimental effects that violence has on viewers, but instead solely care about the money they will make for having a thrilling, action-packed movie. Nevertheless,…

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    Digital And Media Violence

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    Digital and Media violence: The effects of media and digital violence on children and teenagers Ever since the first television was invented in 1929 technology has come a long way to help people get distracted and distress themselves from their daily activities. However, because of the increase in technology there has also been an increase in violence in the media not just on the news, but in movies and social media as well. Even though television and the media has made it a long way it’s not…

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    Increased graphics, better hardware and software, faster connections and tracking systems are only the tip of the iceberg. A major add-on to current VR technology in the future will be the improved headsets. Currently, headsets are thick and most of them requires straps…

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    Do violence video games make children behavior become less aggressive forward others? Today’s technology is advancing constantly to the point where it is well known to the social economic especially young teenagers. In a study, “Violent video games and delinquent behavior in adolescents: A risk factor perspective, the authors mention about an online survey done by “3,372 Flemish adolescents, aged 12-18 years old.” The survey results concluded that violent video games have made huge contribution…

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    of media violence on aggression…

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    Horror In Middle School

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    for the middle school age. Many people have different reasons on if students should be exposed to horror or not and I think they should not. I think so because being exposed to horror at a somewhat young age can have bad effects like aggression and violence, sleep disturbances, and even extreme things like symbolic catharsis. There could be lifelong effects involved with being exposed to horror which is why I think it is not appropriate for the middle school age. The first reason why I think…

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    Without a doubt, violence caused by oppression is everywhere. Any time you turn on the news killing, massacres, many injured, war --headlines the story. Somewhere, a country--a person, is defending the injustice that's happening around them or directly at towards them. However, violently defending themselves against oppression doesn't help the problem-- it only adds to it. Oppression will never end unless something is said or done, but starting wars in attempt to stop it will only make…

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