With these types of questions it makes you think that gangs are based on the bad stuff.With them asking all negative questions makes you think that they are doing it to stress the bad parts.My feelings toward the coverage of the gangs are as if the media is there to put thought in your mind making you think all gangs are bad.In the movie they always show you the parts of the gangs running from the police or doing something bad like the drugs and violence.The media only shows gangs involved with drugs and the violence, and as a result the media has scared many people into believing that gangs will take over our cities if we do not stop them.
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The effect of media violence has been strident and heated and probably will continue at that level.He notes that many of the people who believe in the pervasive influence of the media also claim to be immune from that influence themselves, and he suggests that few of us are, in fact, ‘victims’ of media content.Starting with an examination of advertising, Hugh Mackay moves on to examine the evidence regarding the effects of violence in the media, and ends with a discussion of the impact the internet might be having on our lives.We must get beyond both blaming the media for all violence and exonerating media as making no contribution to it.Children who watched the bad guy get punished by the good guy- who used more violence than the bad gu...
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(Tumbokon, 2011) When playing online, kids can catch the bad language and behavior from other players and it could be a vulnerable to online danger to adults and kids.Television violence became a concern of many people and there was a lot of debate about the main purpose of the mass media organizations from it; is it to entertain the audience or is it to manipulate them so they believe what they want them to believe.The Good and Bad Effects of Video Games.Violence and the Media.To conclude, the violence in the mass media is a reality that people all around the world should accept it and try to deal with it.
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which is that the media is to blame foe promoting violence within .level of violence in the media does promote violence within society.The frequency of media violence differs depending on the type of .in the media there will be less violence in society also.Both of these articles prove that the media can cause violence and .
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Any kind of media influences children in their behavior because they imitate what they watch or hear.Violence is wrong because children’s brains are development day by day, but violence is what grabs more children’s attention.Children start facing problems in their schools as consequence of their bad behavior.The violence in the media does not benefit children in their development because children start building an aggressive behavior as a consequence that heroes do in the cartoons.Family violence affects children in their thoughts and in the way they interact with others in their environment because the violence they see is real, and it is between their own parents who they love.
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In the past few years, media violence has increased on television, in turn bringing inevitable resistance from concerned parents."Senate Report: Media Violence Affects Kids."Parents are to blame when children are subjected to violence in the media, because it is due to an undedicated parent, not a careless network or radio station.What they don't stop to think about is that maybe the media is not the only area to blame.If you were to argue that violence in and of itself is bad, then you would be against Schindler's List, Bambi, The Lion King, and The Wizard of Oz.
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Most TV shows that have violence show what a bad thing it is, like the guilt and pain that can come from crime.They associate bad behavior with getting what they want.Television has less connection to violence than paintball does to writer’s block.I can’t agree with my opponent that Television is the leading cause of violence in today’s society.Yes, we are influenced by our media.
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And although opinions are many and divergent, the majority view today is that media violence does influence impressionable young viewers.Indeed there is a “not so bad” side to violence in media today.Media violence has been on the agendas of Canadian legislators, teacher associations, community action groups, media industries and other organizations since the 1970s.With the negative violence completely outweighing the positive violence, the focus remains on controlling the media consumption of children.In the past few decades, there have been over 3,000 studies on the effects of media violence on children and youth.
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After reading these essays I do have to say that now I don’t believe that media violence is the may cause for aggression in adolescence.Obviously, not even the total elimination of media violence would wipe out the problem of violence in the United States or any other society.How can anyone definitively pinpoint the link between media violence and the acts of real life violence?Therefore, through these essays, it became very clear that media violence is not the biggest issue for violence, but perhaps these children’s homes and families.Through his own studies, he found that many of the kids who showed any acts of aggression or violence had an unstable or bad home life.
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In many crime fighting or hero based media, the "good guy" or hero are rewarded for attacking the "bad guy", but in the real world, if a child tries to be the hero and ends up truly hurting a person, that child can get in real big trouble with the law and it will not be like what they show on television.To view this as a problem instead of brushing it away will have a positive impact on children 's mental and physical health.According to Pediatrics.org, cou... ... middle of paper ... ...hat violence in the media is a problem and affects children and their behavior, then their might more cases of children causing harm to themselves or their peers, and this can be more problematic.Although Jones provides a valid point, he only focuses on c...
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Violence in the Media.Ottawa: National Clearinghouse on Family Violence and Prevention Division.Morals and the Media: Ethics in Canadian Journalism.What is unique about the media industry is that in global and corporate domination they have become part of our culture as well as our identity (Dyson 3).When an artist imitated what was bad, they add to the sum of badness in the world (Bok 41).
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According to the article, “The Impact of Media Violence on Children and Adolescents: Opportunities for Clinical Interventions”, Beresin explains, .The media, entertainment industries and fashion designers have created an image containing a more negative look for our youth occupying sexuality, violence, coarser language and revealing clothing.The type of violence portrayed by the media is typically always glamorized and the negative long-term consequences of violent behavior are rarely depicted.“The Impact of Media Violence on Children and Adolescents: Opportunities for Clinical Interventions”.Most of the violence observed with the youth is usually observed through the television, movies, and video game media.
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Media is getting bigger and bigger, we can’t stop ourselves from looking at it but we can control it....vision violence also predicted later aggression.”(Lancet 2005, VOL 365:702).This article explains how learning from media effects the way you are.Media can have its effect on people in different ways .Movies and TV can have an influence on the way we think about violence and about the way we feel about violence.It shows through the time the effect media has on someone.We see violence differently now, in this era violence is not the same anymore.
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One thing to take into consideration is that bad people may seek bad media, according to ProCon.Violence is a strong topic by its self, the definition of Violence is: the use of force in a way that harms a person or property (dictionary.com).Video games are not the only thing in the world with violence, what about Media.Television programs display 812 violent acts per hour; children’s programming, particularly cartoons, displays up to 20 violent acts hourly”( The Impact of Media Violence on Children and Adolescents: Opportunities for Clinical Interventions).” People still blame the game for the violence, but what about the violence before the games?
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One thing to take into consideration is that bad people may seek bad media, according to ProCon.org “The small correlations that have been found between video games and violence may be explained by violent youth being drawn to violent video games.evidence shows that media violence consumption can act as a trigger for aggressive thoughts or feelings already stored.” .Video games have been the blame of a lot of youth violence, yet there was violence before videogames.programs display 812 violent acts per hour; children’s programming, particularly cartoons, displays up to 20 violent acts hourly”( The Impact of Media Violence on Children and Adolescents: Opportunities for Clinical Interventions).“Video Games: The Latest Scapegoat for Viole...
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The fact that the author is addressing the media which is made mainly with middle class people such as journalists , he makes use of the Guardian newspaper to conveys his message accordingly.There is some truth in what the media covers on gang related issues.The text is meant to show that there is nothing new or that scary about gangs, and that youths in every generation will always risk being bad.The writer puts all the blame on the press and doesn’t at any one time show that there are bad gangs who do horrible things.He is also trying to attack the press and convince the reader that gangs are not all that bad and they are necessary in the process of growing up.
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One bad thing about thinking you are in the dream world is that you might think that you are in that dream world all the time.Yet it isn’t just the TV that brings us the violence there are other factors.“Girls who watched more than an average amount of violence tended to throw things at their husbands.At this point in their lives the kids can make life changing decisions the violence on TV has some effects on that decision.It’s not like the kids won’t see so act of violence on TV for there is 50-60 times more violent commercial TV for the children then for the adult’s prime-time programs.
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As many parents and adults may have noticed, kids/teens are beginning to have a distorted idea of what sex is all about and media may be the main cause for their way of thinking.Movies propel the idea of these bad habits being “cool”.Dear world, do you believe it’s acceptable for young girls to stress about their appearance and feel bad about themselves simply because of the way they look?Unhealthy activities should be portrayed as the bad things to do rather than the “cool” things.A large majority of movies are presenting their characters as bad people, yet the people that anyone would find themselves wanting to be.
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The only reason that the government got involved is because of the media making a big deal about this small factor, in doing so, getting the public attention so that the government will have to do something about it and in doing so making laws that restrict kids from even more things.Of course all types of movies have violence.All movies fall into four categories to me: love, violence, humorous, informational/educational, or any combination of the four.After that, the media just takes such a liking to that, and they call for a political uprising just for ratings.If the media weren't here, then the video games and movies wouldn't be so disputed in government and society.
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Not only that, but there are statistics, stories of mom?s about their children and their influences, a TV Ratings System, Web-Sites, editorials, and more circulating the Internet and literature worlds with information about TV Violence.Good Guys, Bad Guys and TV News: How Television and Other Media Promote Police Violence.And from the same book are the following upsetting facts: ?Thirteen children, on average, die each day in a murder, suicide, or accident involving guns... School violence has risen with more than 100,000 cases of students assaulting teachers and more than 3 million assaults, rapes, and thefts each year.Viewing Violence: How Media Violence Affects Your Child?s and Adolescent?s Development.Mass Media: Opposing Viewpoints....
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Parents can also encourage their children to find pleasure in other mass media, such as books and newspapers.Several scholars have pointed out that as media content has increased in violence in the past few decades, violent crimes among youth have declined rapidly.Some parents even admitted that they have observed some negative changes in their child’s behavior after watching a television show that has some bad scenes in it since children tend to imitate the things they have seen from the show without knowing that it might be wrong.Influence of TV Violence to Children’s Behavior; 11 Television is not merely bad since it is used as a means of communication and as a means of educating but what makes it wrong is the way people abuse its use...
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“The Impact of Media Violence on Children and Adolescents: Opportunities for Clinical Interventions.” American Academy of Child Adolescents Psychiatry.By knowing the outcome of violence shown on media in real life, and appraise the thinking of producers in the creation of a media product, explaining the nonviolent behavior in place of violent behaviors.This system encourages the secure atmosphere at homes of children so that they cannot learn bad things from media.1 Explore the impact of media and of social media present with today’s youth by providing thoroughly supported detail, and well-documented conclusions.The center for the knowledge of media offers training of knowledge related to media for parents, teachers and community through...
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media violence is depicted in “scenes and story lines in which at least one character behaves aggressively towards another character, using the above definition of “aggression,” not the definitions of “violence”.As stated earlier, children often mimic behaviors that they observe, this is an important neurological process called mimicry....ink that these two things go together.There are three areas that are affected by media violence that have been categorized by these agencies, “(1) children’s learning of aggressive attitudes and behaviors; (2) desensitization, or an increase... .Surgeon General, the National Institutes of Mental Health, the National Academy of Sciences, the American Medical Association, the American Psychological Associ...
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The influence of TV violence is so strong, because media controls the circulation of ideas about gender roles and social identities.“For example, 16.7 percent of the young adult women who had watched a lot of TV violence as girls reported having punched, beaten or choked another adult, compared with only 3.6 percent of young adult women who had not watched a lot of TV violence as children” (Horn, 1998, p.2).Violence becomes a common thing for media used as an integral part of masculinity and social conflict.Violence and the Media: A Psychological Analysis.A Symbiosis of Sorts: School Violence and the Media.
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As well as confusing the audience due to the fact that before hand we are taught throughout our lives that acts such as these are bad and wrong and should not be committed, thus the reason as to why there is a mass hysteria over potentially harming texts, There is also a hint of irony as it is common knowledge that “reality” in the media is in fact mediated reality and only a verisimilitude of everyday happenings but with a large sense of escapism involved, but Alex states that it doesn’t seem real until he views it on the screen which could imply that he has an illness which could fool him into thinking that what he is doing isn’t real or even wrong.Whether this is true or not, this is the message given through the media.There is also a...
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If we moderate how much violence we see, we can limit how many of these bad habits we pick up.They are driven to violence only as a last resort in their struggle against these bad, bad people.” The message of bad guys are truly bad, and good guys are truly good, is drilled into boys minds when they watch violent TV shows.The bad guys don’t have full names, no families, and they don’t deserve sympathy.According to Kids Health magazine, “In our teenage years, we become more aware of media images- as well as how other kids look and how we fit in.We start to compare ourselves with other people or media images.
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The second theory concerning media violence is that even if it provides catharsis to the viewer it also makes him indifferent to the violence in real.In a more recent reproduction using modern video resources, Molitor and Hirsch (1994) studied children’s toleration of actual reality violence after exposure to media violence.As a result it was theorized that exposure to violence in media has tendency to desensitize audience where they experience reduced feelings of concern, understanding, or sympathy toward victims of real-life violence.The study has also shown that people who view large amounts of violent content show less physiological reaction to violence in other circumstances Audience, both male and female, who are exposed to sexual ...
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The video was also used to promote a documentary about violence on college campuses.It received around 20 million views withing its firstweek of being released.In this case it wasn 't just social media that perpetuated the idea of the victim being at fault and not the boys who assaulted her.mainstrem media outlets depicted the boys who just fell into a bas situation and that it wasn 't their fault., discussing how the boys will be "haunted for the rest of their lives" this one quote shows just how biased the media can be.New media has beenmore welcoming to the idea that sexual violence needs tostop, there have been multiple hashtags and campaigns tostopthe violence andhave the media stop reporting on violence.The reason this music videoi...
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These beauty standards set by the mass media has impacted women and young teenage girls especially to aspire to be as stick thin as celebrities in the media.5 Racial and Ethnic Discrimination The media is so much part of young people’s lives these days that it is impossible to not base life and make judgments by comparing to the media.Media influence is so prevalent that when we look at a race with tend to stereotype them to what is being portrayed in the media.4 Violence Let’s face it, the media is cool, whatever is being done on television is being emulated by the public.0 The Media Does Influence a Person’s Health The mass media is a very powerful tool.
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On every episode, communication seems to take a backseat as viewers witness fight after fight amongst housemates; after all, that’s what makes one bad right?The glamorization of the “gangster” lifestyle places violence on a pedestal as the correct way of getting things done in an efficient manner.Lieberman (2001) stated, “Video games are repetitive, so children experience games thousands of times, and this may amplify the impact of these activities.’’ Games such as Mortal Kombat and Call of Duty portray violent behavior as appropriate means for defeating the “bad guy.” In Mortal Kombat, players engage in hand to hand combat using the characters as well as weapons of their choice such as swords and knives.Once again the aspect of fun come...
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