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Censorship and Media Violence

English B presentation - Keima, Haruki, Maya, Mitsuko
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Maya Kubota

on 27 September 2015

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Transcript of Censorship and Media Violence

CENSORSHIP AND MEDIA VIOLENCE
What is Censorship?
What is Media violence?
Background information of media and violence
Censorship: The practice or system of censoring something.
Restriction of Television programs and movies
JAPAN
Media violence: Theme of violence in media sources
Violent video games, Television programs and movies.
Japan is famous for having many violent expression
BUT

Japan has very low violent crime rate
YES, IT DOES...
What do you think about this issue? Which side are you in?
Does media violence lead to the "real" violence ?
Increasing of violent games, movies, etc


Many children watch TV and play games


Increasing of aggressive behavior


Teen violence in schools
NO, IT DOES NOT...
One who'd watch TV violence a lot when they were 8 years old were more likely to be arrested and prosecuted for criminal acts. (L. Rowell Huesmann)
Other key words
Medium-
Japan's

Cultural

character

cause

dilemma

Credibility-
The singular form of media
Why is it happening and what is the issue?
"The reason that Japan can behave so properly because it has a culture that powerfully induces a sense of shame."
Refers to whether something is reliable
James Q. Wilson
Number of violence has been falling

The most weak reason in crime

Has always been apart of us

Risk factor

Positive causes
Technology developed in the 20th century, creating many kinds of media. Violence in media is a concern, in 1984, a nine year old boy shot himself while listening to music that had lyrics encouraging suicide.
Increase of violent media sources (violent games, movies and TV)
Children view these violent media sources more often
People behave more aggressively towards others
More fearful of the world around them
Why?
Issues
Become less sensitive to the pain and suffering of others.
AMERICA
America has many violent expressions in media
AND
High rate of violent crimes
Sandy Hook
Elementary School

Shooting
History of censorship
20 students and 6 adults were shot
The criminal was a
good student
in his high school
He was diagnosed as the
autism
when he was a child, and he had symptoms of anxiety neurosis,
hyposomnia
and
Social maladjustment
Many
violent
games and movies were found
Censorship was done by many countries in history especially during the war. In 2003, when the U.S. was at war with Iraq, there were restrictions on the media to protect the unit's exact location.
Propaganda-
Media favoring certain kinds of story to influence people

works like a
censorship

through the society in Japan
it's a good thing to be aggressive
THANK YOU
Affirmative side?
Negative side?
Is censorship necessary to prevent people from watching violent media?
Loving violent games/movies
=
Criminal
?
STEREOTYPE
Does media cause people to become violence?
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