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    Mass Murder Cases

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    Video Game is not the True Face behind the Mass Murder In the last decade, the number of mass murder cases has been rising in North America. Some examples of such mass murder cases include the shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Connecticut and the shooting at Batman the Dark Night Rises Premiere in Colorado from 2012 and 2013 alone that caught the attention of many people and the media. Recently, there are lots of video games that are published with violent content, such as Grand Theft…

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    never had any sort of video gaming system. My parents never invested in the activity and I never felt the desire to have video games, until I was about 12. I received my first gaming system, which was a Nintendo GameCube. I had two games…

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    Alcatraz Prison

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    Preface: Alcatraz prison, one of the most heard of and spoken about prisons. It has been on the news, in newspapers, in movies, and even as a setting for video games. Having seen and heard so much about it, I thought to research and try to understand, why it’s so infamous and what makes it so special. Introduction: So where is the Alcatraz prison exactly? It is located in San Francisco, California, USA. On the island of Alcatraz or also known as The Rock. The island did not originally serve…

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    Certain anime have been found to contribute to aggressive behavior in students. A study stated that children like to watch anime because it is fun, and has humor and violence. Most of the students would learn and imitate from their observation through watching those programs. If they would ever feel intimidated, they would hit, attack, or kick the person. (Omar, 2011) However, many have also said that anime and manga has show good effects on them. A poll’s result states that 58.44% of the…

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    Essay On Gun Safes

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    Having a weapon in your own house, can bring a sense of additional security or at most awful it might make you feel like you are in danger. Several individuals are certainly frightened that a firearm could be dangerous to have in the home. One can find situations where that is certainly accurate, and they typically include children that don't comprehend the ability of a weapon. The predicament is that the majority kids are smart, and as long as they are interested in finding your gun, they will.…

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    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 see is fighting, yelling,…

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    drama and opposing sides arguing I am seeing so much aggression and hate being fueled by more hate. It upsets me to see so much negativity happening in our country and amongst our neighbors. I do believe watching violent shows or playing violent video games can negatively affect our younger generation. It is our duty as adults to protect them these negative influences and teach them other ways to deal with their emotions. The best way we can do this is by setting a positive example and teach the…

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    Video Games And Violence

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    Video games causing children to be violent has been a controversial topic for many years. Many people have questioned if video games are the reason why children are so aggressive. “The psychological group reports that more than 90% of children in the united states play video games. Among kids between the ages 12 and 17, the number rises to 97%. More important, 85% or more of video games on the market contain some form of violence.” Stated CNN. Even the games that you think are benign have some…

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    My name Shannon Carrillo. My daughter Naya is in your P.E. class. She is voicing some concern lately and I thought I should let you know. She said that during today’s (Monday’s) dodge ball game she got hit in the back of the head when she was getting up, after being out, and that she had also gotten nailed in the chest, and it “felt like her heart stopped”. She also said that the boys are throwing a lot harder than when she was in sixth grade. She said that the girls did get instructed that…

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    1992 Cable Television

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    between 10 pm and 6 pm." (Source 19) This point demonstrates how the government was willing to comprise with both the conservative and liberal cable television viewers by setting a certain time for sexual mature content. This system allows underage or conservative viewers to be more likely to be sifted out as an audience by pick that late of a time frame. Violent Content Violence has been a integrated part of media since the beginning of television. Eventually, as violence on television become…

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