• Road Rage The Scourge Of America's Roadways
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    Topic: Road Rage General Purpose: To convince Specific Purpose: To convince the audience to combat "road rage" by increasing driver awareness Thesis Statement: "Road rage" caused by aggressive driving tendencies is a growing epidemic affecting today's roadways, but there is a solution. Ethos: Include myself in my statements. Pathos: Audience should feel horrified at the consequences of road rage. Logos: Cite statistics and research resources. Introduction I. How many of you have ever been in a ...
  • Road Rage The Scourge Of Americas Roadways
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    Topic: Road Rage General Purpose: To convince Specific Purpose: To convince the audience to combat 'road rage' by increasing driver awareness Thesis Statement: 'Road rage' caused by aggressive driving tendencies is a growing epidemic affecting today's roadways, but there is a solution. Ethos: Include myself in my statements. Pathos: Audience should feel horrified at the consequences of road rage. Logos: Cite statistics and research resources. Introduction I. How many of you have ever been in a ...
  • Effects Of Television Violence On Children And Teenagers
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    Effects of Television Violence on Children and Teenagers Does violence on television have a negative effect on children and teenagers? The violence shown on television has a surprisingly negative effect. Television violence causes children and teenagers to become less caring, to lose their inhibitions, to become less sensitive, and also may cause violent and aggressive behavior. Television violence causes children and teenagers to be less caring, to lose their inhibitions, and to be less sensiti...
  • Why Are Individuals Aggressive
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    ... frustration is intense and whether the aggression is seen as 'just' or 'illegitimate'. However, few researchers currently hold the view that 'frustration always leads to aggression', frustration is simply one of many different causes of aggression (Baron/Byrne page 329) When you look at the frustration hypothesis, it seems that practically any incident of aggression can be ascribed to frustration of acquisitiveness or " assertiveness. Gentry 1970 said that 'frustration does not always produc...
  • Braun's Ciclying Online Presence
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    Key Issue: Braun's main concern is to determine in which extend it is beneficial for the company to extend its online presence, and how aggressive the expansion should be. Recommendation: It is recommended that Braun increase gradually its online presence in order to maintain a broader customer base. However, an aggressive increment of its online presence is not recommended since it would be too risky for them. Rationale: Nowadays, online presence is a "must" for many businesses. Moreover, being...
  • The Effect Of Viewing Television Violence On Childhood Aggression
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    The Effect of Viewing Television Violence on Childhood AggressionAbstractThere is a great deal of speculation on the effect television plays in childhood aggression. Two contrasting views regarding this issue are violent television increases aggressive behavior and violent television does not increase aggressive behavior. Later research demonstrates there may be other intervening variables causing aggression. These include IQ, social class, parental punishment, parental aggression, hereditary, e...
  • The Media And Violence
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    The debate regarding the media's relationship to violence in society has been a hot issue for most of the past century. From the beginning of the wide use of mass media, from films to radio to television, researchers have tried to explain any association or correlation between media effects and violence. Of particular interest and concern has been the issue of violence in the media and the impact that this has on children. Although important research efforts have increased our understanding of t...
  • Observational Learning Of Violent Behavior
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    Today violence has become an every day experience in life. Playing video games or turning on the television, and flipping through the channels at random, you will most likely stumble upon various forms of violence. Does it desensitize or help us tolerate violence? And the most controversial issue, does it cause violence? Most humans learn by simply watching, and then imitating the action rather than trial and error or direct experiences of the consequences of our actions (this is not to say that...
  • Drug Dogs Aggressive Dog
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    Drug dogs are classified into three categories - those that are aggressive, those that are compulsive, and those that are very laid back. These dogs go through very extensive training before performing their tasks. Training takes anywhere from three to twelve weeks. Dogs come out of this training with different types of personalities. The first of this category would be the aggressive dog. This dog is the one that tends to be forceful and damaging. The aggressive dog will tear things apart when...
  • Tv Violence Television Children Aggressive
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    The average American child watches an average of three to four hours of television daily. Over a year's time that add up to about 12, 000 violent acts witnessed on television (Television... Children). After a child has witnessed a violent program, they tend to act different. Parents need to be able to distinguish between dramatic or imaginative play and imitation. During dramatic play children create new and varied roles which represent different experiences in their lives. However, during imit...
  • Does The Violence On Television Effect Our Children
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    "Children don't naturally kill. It is a learned skill. And they learn it from abuse and violence in the home and, most pervasively, from violence as entertainment in television, the movies, and interactive video games," (Oliver Stone, 1995). Children today can see someone get shot or killed on the television and mimic that act at very young age. But it is not until the age of about 8 or 9, that the children actually understand what is going on. (Oliver Stone, 1995) Violence is defined as "any ov...
  • Aggressive Behavior Equals Man
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    Aggressive Behavior Equals Many Rewards little boy in Eastern Oklahoma is riding a bicycle for the first time, when suddenly he falls to the ground. His father running behind him tells him to get up and not to cry. A little girl from the same city is playing on the playground at school; she falls out of the swing and scraps her knee. She cries for hours, while her mother tells her, "It will be okay." From the time little boys are young they are taught to be tough, to withstand pain, and not to g...
  • Aggression Aggressive Behavior
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    Many psychologists have done research in the field of anger and aggression as it is one of the most common emotions experienced by humans. If prolonged, it can lead to devastating effects such as depression, headaches and various other disorders. A lot of work is being done to help people over come anger and to learn to forgive others. Anger is a feeling which results due to unfulfilled expectations, injustice, frustration, injury or it might be biologically determined. Aggression is the action ...
  • Aggression Aggressive Behavior
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    WHY ARE INDIVIDUALS AGGRESSIVE? Aggression is difficult to define, it is a complex phenomenon, and depending upon the context the term can be made to carry either positive or negative connotations, it can be attacking behavior that may be both self-protective and self-assertive or to the infliction of injury toward oneself or toward others, to the total destruction of others. Is aggression biological determined or the product of learning and environmental influences? This essay, will consider in...
  • Violence In Video Games
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    Over the past ten years, statistics have shown that the violence among young people is increasing every year. Many people blame musicians and other types of artist who portray negative actions as something positive. Others might blame the parents for not watching over their children. But many people fail to bring up technology as an issue. With the new DVD that shows sex and violence or computers that gives kids access to unauthorized sites, technology is something that many parents need to look...
  • Persuasive Essay On Media Violence
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    There are great consensus in the scientific literature about the unhealthy effects of media violence. Quantitative-analyses show that media-violence viewing consistently is associated with higher levels of antisocial behavior, ranging from the trivial limitative violence directed against toys) to the serious (criminal violence), with many consequential outcomes in between (acceptance of violence as a solution to problems, increased feelings of hostility, and the apparent delivery of painful stim...
  • Social Learning Theory Children Violence Behavior
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    Since the advent of television there has been growing concern about the apparent effects of violence on the attitudes, values and behaviors of children. Much of the research has focused on the effects of violence on television and aggression expressed by children. Some researchers and theorists believe that violence on television is linked to human aggression while I do not believe a conclusive body of evidence exists to justify this view. The debate surrounding whether violence on television in...
  • Aggressive Behavior Children Child Violence
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    Aggression And Its Effects On Children Essay, Aggression And Its Effects On Children A child is watching his favorite cartoon, Mighty Morphine Power Rangers. After the show is over the child jumps up and runs around in a state of bliss hitting things the way that his favorite character did. This scene is all too well known to parents. The question that arises is, "Does aggressive or violent television cause a person, mainly children, to act in a aggressive way?' Well research has shown that the ...
  • Aggressive Behavior Children Child Violence
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    Aggression And It's Effects On Children Essay, Aggression And It's Effects On Children A child is watching his favorite cartoon, Mighty Morphine Power Rangers. After the show is over the child jumps up and runs around in a state of bliss hitting things the way that his favorite character did. This scene is all too well known to parents. The question that arises is, "Does aggressive or violent television cause a person, mainly children, to act in a aggressive way?' Well research has shown that th...
  • Aggression Is Difficult Aggressive Behavior
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    Aggression is difficult to define, it is a complex phenomenon, and depending upon the context the term can be made to carry either positive or negative connotations, it can be attacking behavior that may be either self-protective and self-assertive or to the infliction of injury toward oneself or toward others, to the total destruction of others. Is aggression biological determined or the product of learning and environmental influences. ? This essay, will consider instinctive theory, the frustr...