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Impacts of TV violence on children
Transcript of Impacts of TV violence on children
Impacts of TV
Violence on children
• TV violence definition.
• Types of TV violence.
• Negative and positive impacts.
• Impacts of TV violence upon Emirati children.
• Personal opinion.
Usually refers to all the violence appearing on TV screens. It includes material broadcast over the air, distributed by cable and satellite systems, and available on videocassettes and disks.
Types of TV violence
1. Reward for Violence
2. Reality of Violence
3. Violent Role Models
4. Justified Violence
5. Violent Connections
Negative and positive impacts
Right and wrong are no longer clear concepts
Children will increase anti-social and aggressive behavior.
Children may become less sensitive to violence and those who suffer from violence.
Children may view the world as violent and mean, becoming more fearful of being a victim of violence.
Children will desire to see more violence in entertainment and real life.
Children will view violence as an acceptable way to settle conflicts
Gerard Jones in his book, “Kiling Monsters: Why Children Need Fantasy, Super Heroes, and Make-Believe Violence.”:
help children deal with natural emotions.
Impacts of TV violence upon Emirati children.
Personal experience and opinion
Nelson Mandela (1995) "The future of our planet lies in children's hands. All of you involved in television, which is one of the most powerful influences on children, have an awesome responsibility on your shoulders"
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