Cartoon, Reality, sci-fi, and Horror all these kind of genre of movie contain violence, but the problem is that does violent television programming contribute violent behavior? Can it cause someone to commit a violent act? what I thinking to this question is no, I dont think violent TV shows or movies can cause the aduience to have a violence act. This is 21st centry a little violent is just for entertainment. A lot of people actually prefer the movies with actions and fights, the action just make it better. I'm saying that not everyone like the same types of shows or movies then don't watch it. It all about yourself thinking. If they can understand what wrong and what right, they won't have a violent act. Millions of people view violence in television programming. It is entertainment or news. The viewers do not consider for a moment enacting what they see, the same is true with playing videos games, they are solely for recreation. Like myself I love watching WWE wrastling, not because I want to learn how to beat people up, but because I find that show is really entertaining, I see it like a comedy. People who are fascinated and excited by the violence and other crimes gravitate to particular themselves in them, some for hours each day. Thier absorption with violence reflect thier personality.
It kind of like saying "copycat" crime. The person watches a crime enacted in the detail on television and does the same thing. His decision to do so reflects a mind that has
Outside Reading: Peter L. Berger
Notes & Questions
• The topic of television violence has been posed in a wrong frame; it delivers no only real-life violence but also more than simply aggression.
• Cultural Policy—the certain area of policies that legally governs the publications and promotions of either the culture or its diversities.
• To figure out the actual way of coping with television violence, we need to make the problem posed more visualized. To ask certain questions are…
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Dr. Susan Brown
Violence in Television
The way society is now days proclaims violence as an uncommon thing, along with swearing and drugs. Although there are views that violence can be linked to aggressive behavior in children, research can prove there are other factors, besides television, in which cause children to become violent. With the pros and cons being weighed, I believe there are other factors that cause children’s behaviors to become violent.
It is natural for…
Violence on Television
June 3, 2012
Violence on Television
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and violence on television have negative effects on children?
The issue that I am addressing is the effect of sex and violence in the media on children. As long as there has been television, there has been an association made between media and violence – children who repeated what they saw on cartoons leading to their death, teenagers injured while emulating a popular movie, and mass killings blamed on video games. Primarily this relationship has been assumed to be causal with television being…
PSY101: Introduction to Psychology
Instructor: Hillary Locke
Sept. 28, 2014
Media Violence and Violent Behavior in Children
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