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Violence in Media
Transcript of Violence in Media
"Media Violence and Its Effect on Children: Experts Debate."
My Family Doctor. N.p., n.d. Web. 15 Oct. 2013. <http://www.familydoctormag.com/childrens-health/1529-media-violence-effect-on-children-experts-debate.html>.
"No Consensus Among Scholars on Media Violence | Christopher J. Ferguson." Breaking News and Opinion on The Huffington Post. N.p., n.d. Web. 15 Oct. 2013. <http://www.huffingtonpost.com/christopher-j-ferguson/media-violence_b_4018469.html>.
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Violence in media
It doesn't effect people violently
Violence in the media doesn't make people become violent or aggressive. Mass shooters do not watch violence or play games that are violent more than normal people. Most of the time it is mental problems that cause violent outbreaks. The way a child has been raised involves so much more than what they watch on tv. "Critical is not what is on the screen, but resides in the mind of the viewer."(Dr. Samenow)
When playing a first person shooter in a game, it lowers a person's ability to react quickly to situations. They also make people not be able think things through fully. Video games do not make you act violent or aggressive.
I play violent video games but I think violence is bad and I would never do what video game people do in real life. My parents taught me what is right and wrong. They also taught me what is fake and what is real.
However, it effects people in different ways
The violence in media does effect people by making them not think things through fully. They also get slower reacting to problems and situations. "It reduces a person's ability to inhibit impulsive behavior." Violence in media doesn't make people act more violent. Mental health issues do.
violence in real life is wrong