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Negative Effects of Media Violence on Society

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A long-running debate since the 1950s has centered on the issue of media violence--in television, movies, music and video games--and its effects on society.
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Jordan Pastoria's comment, March 13, 2013 10:15 AM
A highly controversial debate is whether disclosure to TV violence causes kids to display offensive behavior. "The Influence of Media Violence on Youth," written by psychologists, claimed that studies on violent TV shows, movies, music videos, and video games showed that media violence boosts the probability of aggressive behavior in kids. They also stated that displaying kids to media violence causes the kids to have a greater chance to be bodily and orally aggressive, and also to have violent thoughts and feelings.
Jordan Pastoria's comment, March 13, 2013 10:25 AM
Superior stages of violent behavior resulting from disclosure to media violence do not stop with kids; the aggression may advance into adulthood, also. Experts stated disclosure to media violence in infancy usually results in superior stages of aggressive behavior in adulthood, which also includes bodily assault and abuse. Media violences also sways adults to take part in very harsh crime, for example murder or rape.
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A connection between video games and real-world violence ...

And after what happened in Newtown, Conn., everyone -- from video game makers to movie producers to local news outlets to gun manufacturers -- should be engaged in serious soul-searching. But don't ...
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How does media violence influence us? | MinnPost

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The contemporary analogues for Socrates' admonition are the numerous warnings that we should limit exposure to violent television and video games for fear their effects might devastate us, if they have not done so already.
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Jordan Pastoria's comment, March 11, 2013 10:20 AM
Times magazine recently published that adults should manage their kid's time spent using media because it is something that can negatively affect children's behavior. The article referenced a study, that was published in Forbes, which showed that for every sixty minutes spent using media, the probability of criminal conviction jumped thirty percent.
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What effect media violence has on us - South Bend Tribune

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What effect media violence has on us
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Last summer's mass shooting at an Aurora, Colo., screening of the "The Dark Knight Rises" reignited the decades-old debate about violent media and its influence on those who consume it.
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Jordan Pastoria's comment, March 12, 2013 8:06 AM
Kids have never been exposed to as much media violence as they have today. Kids that use media and television usually see about 18,000 murders every year. There are also other uses of violence that are all over television, from sitcoms to commercials, such as harassment. Nowadays characters are no longer intelligent and sympathetic in television shows.
Jordan Pastoria's comment, March 12, 2013 8:20 AM
For years the privative effects of television-watching has been recorded. It diminishes sensibility to the grief of others, enhances the persuasion that the world is not a safe place, which makes people more centered on their own self-protection and enhances truculent behavior, such as bullying. The main cause of this is from the violence that is seen on the television. Seeing how something is done is the first lesson on learning how to do that action, so as a result seeing violence can lead to practicing it in real life.
Jordan Pastoria's comment, March 12, 2013 10:13 AM
Another addition to violent television is video games. Killing other players is a good thing in shooter games and the player is rewarded for doing so. Gamers act out to danger cues, keeping the aged divisions of the brain brisk, taking blood circulation out of the brain divisions that are accountable for more refined thought and attitude.
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Tami Yaklich's comment, March 21, 2013 9:43 PM
A lot of your info is very close to the original passages!
Tami Yaklich's comment, March 21, 2013 9:44 PM
Make sure you are paraphrasing primarily, and put quotation marks around key phrases/sentences taken directly from the source
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The Impact of Media Violence on Children and Adolescents: Opportunities for Clinical Interventions | American Academy of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry

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Jordan Pastoria's comment, March 13, 2013 8:07 AM
How is disruptive behavior caused by the violence seen on the television. Studies have showed that young kids will reenact destructive behavior that they have seen on TV with other kids. Before the age of four, kids see violence as a normal happening because they do not realize what is real and what is fake on TV. In movies the heroes are fierce and are compensated for their violent actions. They are looked up to by young kids. The heroes make it "cool" to use a gun to kill the other "bad guys." The common script of demonstrating violence for the the right reason may interpret in daily life into an excuse for using aggressive actions to get revenge against wrongdoers.
Jordan Pastoria's comment, March 13, 2013 8:17 AM
New recent forms of violence has been exposed to kids and the teenage generation. In a new study, it was seen that 15% of music videos include relationships with violence. A different kind of violent display takes pace on the Internet and also on video games. Issues have sparked because sites may promote violence, supply information about explosives, or uncover how to buy guns.
Jordan Pastoria's comment, March 13, 2013 8:58 AM
Child physicians can have a large effect on the after effects of the violence they see in the media. The American Academy of Pediatrics has developed a chart of proposals to direct violence on TV. Adults are encouraged to put a time limit of 1-2 hours every day spent watching television and they should also watch the TV shows with their kids. Physicians should help adults and kids learn the risks of disclosure to violence and teach kids to understand what is being seen on TV. If this could be accomplished, kids would be able to understand which TV shows are okay for them to watch. Media violence is an up and coming problem, but physicians can boost health through schools.
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Do violent video games lead to real violence? | The Columbian

Do violent video games lead to real violence? | The Columbian | Negative Effects of Media- Aspect 2 | Scoop.it
In-depth, evidence-based research about the effects of violent video games is rare. Still, the Dayton Daily News reported recently that a new Ohio State University study shows that playing violent video games can make ...
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Report Calls for More Research on Effects of Violent Media - Mashable

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Report Calls for More Research on Effects of Violent Media
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Existing research on the impact violent video games, television shows and movies have on children is outdated, according to a new report released this week.
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No Easy Answers on Media Violence's Effect on Kids - Roll Call

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No Easy Answers on Media Violence's Effect on Kids
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Does exposing children to violence in TV shows, movies and video games increase their odds of violent behavior later on?
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