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  • Violent Video Games Affecting Teenagers

    Countless times violent video games are regarded as atrocious or appalling, but it can be used as an exceptional tool especially for teenagers. A few examples of violent video games which could be used as tools are Grand Theft Auto, Call of Duty, and Halo. There are more violent video games I haven’t listed which can be used as tools, but these are the most popular games in the market to show their usefulness. These types of games include heavy violence such as killing, shooting, and…

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  • Video Games Synthesis Essay

    Hancock English 2010 Professor Gibson Synthesis Paper Do Video Games Cause Violence? Violent behavior in kids and teens has been growing a rate that is a little scary. Since the horrifying shooting at Columbine High School, many people have been interested in the issue of does violent video games cause violent behavior in kids and teens? This arguments has been around since the late 1970’s when Death Race came out. Are video games the reason why the rate of violent behavior in kids and…

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  • Dystopian In Ender's Game

    In Ender’s Game, children are portrayed as calculating, ruthless, and violent. Many have complained to the author, Orson Scott Card, that this is unrealistic. However, I disagree. While it is uncharacteristic of children to behave this way in real life, the children in Ender’s game are a product of their environment. Examples of this come not only from the Battle School, but also from everyday life on Earth and the attitudes of the adults. In the world of Ender’s Game, the society the children…

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  • Hugebot Characteristics

    most parents would be able to afford him, but it would make their kids faces glow on Christmas morning. Something that really intrigues me is the idea of making HugeBot a security system or maybe even a war machine. HugeBot could be used for fun and games and all, but if the creators of him are really serious they could turn him into a very prestigious piece of protection. However, their could be danger for the person who would have to control HugeBot as they would literally be behind him and if…

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  • The Violent Of Violence In Video Games

    Violence in video games has grown worse over the years, and the general public is uneasy with the amount of savagery in video games. Video games are becoming more realistic, and the amount of detail that goes into murdering people is becoming disturbingly lifelike. Players of these video games engage in all sorts of vicious acts for many consecutive hours, and that notion makes me question if all that exposure to violence has any substantial effects on the players. As someone who has played some…

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  • Maggie Culter's Article Whodunnit-The Media

    Violent Video Game Violent video games(vvg) have become increasingly popular. not only are adults playing, but young children are too. Vvg is repeatedly blamed for damaging the mental states of children. People are claiming that children who are exposed to vvg content have higher possible to become more aggressive. Children who play VVG commit crimes such as shout, fight, and bully more than those who do not play vvg. Many studies have been conducted in order to determine how violence video…

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  • Portal 2 Essay

    Video Games have always been a part of my life. When I was a child, my mom and dad bought a PS2 so my mom could exersize. She would play Dance Dance Revolution to move around, and a few other games for entertainment. Then, when I was about 5, a family at our church gave us a Wii for Christmas. It included 4 remotes and a few games. I still play these games all the time. My dad told me when he was younger, he and his family got an Atari 2600 for Christmas. He would play Yars Revenge all the time.…

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  • The Consequences Of Repeated Exposure To Violence In Video Games

    Many fans of the game play often downplay the breadth of the violence, saying it is minimal factor in the game play. Yet some games build a case against themselves, and reward things such as “headhsots.” Where having the adept skill to shoot your opponent in the head (a smaller, more difficult target) merit special recognition and bonus points, it makes the argument more difficult to prove. In spite of actions such as this, they hold to their opinion that partaking in these games don’t actually…

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  • Youth Violence: The Effects Of Violence And Video Games

    Violence and Video Games In the present day games such as Grand Theft Auto, Black Ops, and Call of Duty are played regularly and seemed as normal. These examples of Violent games are played throughout the world between people from the ages of 7 up to 40 years old. The topic of these variety of games touches on many controversial suggestions throughout the community. Experts, reporters, journalists, and more all specify the quality of their argument into if violent video games can truly…

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  • Digital Dualism: The Ideas Of Digital Dualism

    Digital dualism is considered a fallacy by Nathan Jurgenson. According to Jurgenson, this fallacy represents a bias that the digital world is “virtual” and the physical world “real.” There’s a huge bias that the digital and physical world is separate. Digital Dualism versus Augmented Reality is a huge debate. This stems from a belief that the real world and digital world are interlocked. Others believe that the real world isn’t the same as it is represented in the digital world. Social media…

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