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  • Explicit Violence On A News Program
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    Sex and violence in the Electronic media is a pressing topic. This paper raises a number of pros and cons. But mainly, this paper deals with the cons of regulating the media. During research, the most pressing point found was the issue of censorship. Censorship is the keystone of the public's apparent outcry against the electronic media. To better understand censorship, the term must be defined. In Webster's New World Dictionary, censorship is defined "as the act of removing or prohibiting anyth...
  • Violence Causes Aggression In 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...
  • Children Watch On Television
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    Through what they experience on television, children are forced into adulthood at too young of an age. The innocence of youth is lost when children stare endlessly at a screen displaying the horrors of murder, rape, assault, devastating fire, and other natural disasters. Although these are occurrences in everyday life, things adults have grown accustomed to hearing about, children do not have the maturity level to deal with these tragedies appropriately. Children's behavior changes because they ...
  • Violence On Television T.V. Stations
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    Television Violence Violence in television, is it turning our children into violent, destructive, and hateful toddlers. Yes or no? In today's society television plays such a big role in our everyday lives that it is hard to see if it effects our children's behavior. Television has the potential of being a very constructive learning tool, if used correctly. On the other hand if used in a destructive manner it could, hypothetically, turn our children and future leaders of tomorrow into deadly hate...
  • More Violent Personality
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    Violence is behaving in an aggressive or abusive manner towards people or objects. Violence generally occurs as a physical response to the emotion of anger or frustration. Another common reason for violence is to gain something from the violent act. However many violent crimes occur for no gainful reason, these crimes seem to have no purpose other than to act in an aggressive manner. Violent crimes include physical abuse, verbal abuse and the making of violent threats It appears as some individu...
  • Reason For Kid's Aggressive Acts
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    Everybody questions, what nurtures the violent crimes children are participating in? Many people have blamed the television programs kids are watching. But really is that all that is contributing to their violent acts? Sure there are more and more television channels coming out, it's not the 13 channels everyone used to have. Cable television is no longer surprising to anyone, most people have it. And yes, more movies shown on TV, more shows with acts of violence, but can one actually convince s...

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