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  • Music For Acts Of Violence And Murder
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    Music Today: Entertainment or Influence to Murder? Teen violence, murder, suicide; they seem to be becoming more and more rampant everyday. The media, as well as concerned, angry parents, look everywhere to find someone to blame for these tragedies. Their fingers are pointed in the direction of many music entertainers. Artists and performers are being badgered everyday for their lyrics and image they create for their fans. Can music really influence someone to acts of violence? Maybe, to the men...
  • Violent And Negative Behavior Of Children Parents
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    Adult Cartoons: Who's to blame Over the years, cartoons have become more real and violent, which makes it harder for children to know what is real and what is Ink and Paint. The question is, are cartoons really to blame for the violent and negative behavior of children Parents say that it is Beavis yelling fire, FIRE. Defenders of these cartoons would point the finger towards the parents. Either way, kids are imitating what they see, and something has to be done about it. So what negative effect...
  • Crabbe With His Problem
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    Many people believe that life is simple. They say that if you have the brains and the money, you can get anywhere in life. But, for some people, it's not as easy as it seems. People thinking you have it all when instead, you may have nothing. In fact, in the novel Crabbe, the author, William Bell presents the main character as an irresponsible person. It became apparent that Crabbe was an alcoholic and a person who blamed the world for his problems. After running away to the woods to get away fr...
  • Control Of Censorship To The Government
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    Censoring things such as violence has become a part of both the public and government agendas in many countries. This includes the increased popularity of computer networks such as the Internet, music, video games, television, etc. It's not about right or wrong anymore. It's about whom to blame when something tragic happens. When a child is informed that her friends father is now among the deceased, she replies, "Who killed him?" . Her response illustrates her assumption that his death is relate...
  • Blame Of School Violence On The Parents
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    Violence in School Settings In the past few years school violence has become some what of a trend. In the period from 1996-1999, 17 school shootings have occurred in the United States. Educators, parents, and students everywhere are questioning why is this happening, who is to blame, and what can we do to stop it. I have researched this topic and come across many theories and suggestions. Some people suggest that we downsize to smaller schools, others place blame on parents and society, and then...
  • Food Restrictions On Parents
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    "At least 25% of all Americans under age nineteen are overweight or obese", notes Greg Crister in his article, "Too Much of a Good Thing". In the article, which appeared in the Los Angeles Times in July 2001, Crister proposes resolving this problem by teaching children not to overeat. This is a reasonable way to slightly improve the problem, but coupled with a parental example, it is a way to significantly reduce obesity. Crister tells us that although obesity has become an epidemic, the fight a...

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