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The influence of Videogame Violence on Children
Transcript of The influence of Videogame Violence on Children
- Effective Communication
- Responsibility as a
Video game designers and
Video game player
The influence of Video game Violence on Children
Violent Videos Defined
Entertainment Software Rating Board (ESRB)
Analysis of influence
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The influence of violent video games has a
risk towards children,
WhAT IS VIOLENCE?
Violence is behavior involving physical force intended to
someone or something.
tool used to guide parents and should
identifier for the appropriateness to the child
In 1994, ESRB established a standardized scale with the assistance of American Psychological Association and Congress based on the following:
- Killing of people or animals
- The use and abuse of drugs and alcohol
- Criminal behavior
- Disrespect for authority and the law
- Sexual exploitation and violence toward women
- Racial, sexual, and gender stereotypes
- Vulgar and foul language
- Obscenities, and obscene gestures
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Graduation Project Experience
What I Learned
To minimize the potential risk of violent video games' influence, parents interact with your children through positive outlets.
By: Brandon Christopher Simmons II
English IV Honors
Exposure = Amount of Time