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Do you feel that violent video games translate to people being violent in real life?

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  • Violent Video Games

    I personally think that violent video games translate to people being violent in real life because violent video games can affect them in the long run. I personally think that violent video games translate to people being violent in real life can affect the society as well as more violence.

  • You do what you learn.

    Yes, I feel that violent video games translate to people being violent in real life, because people behave the way that they are taught to behave. If a person sees violence in a video game enough times, it will start to be a part of their belief system for what is normal behavior.

  • Violent People are Violent

    They have done studies on this, and while violent video games leads to raised aggression. The aggression goes back to normal levels after about a half hour after playing the game. I think some people just have a problem with video games period. Violence comes from people who have mental problems.

  • Violent People are Violent

    People make a choice to be violent Generally people who are violent are choosing to be violent. Even a person who hears voices in their head telling them to be violent makes a choice whether or not to follow the voices though under those circumstances it may be understandable why they would have went along with the voices (particularly if the voices are presenting themselves as "God" or some other powerful entity) and the person should receive treatment and be released if they recover.

  • Violent People are Violent

    People make a choice to be violent Generally people who are violent are choosing to be violent. Even a person who hears voices in their head telling them to be violent makes a choice whether or not to follow the voices though under those circumstances it may be understandable why they would have went along with the voices (particularly if the voices are presenting themselves as "God" or some other powerful entity) and the person should receive treatment and be released if they recover.

  • Violent People are Violent

    People make a choice to be violent Generally people who are violent are choosing to be violent. Even a person who hears voices in their head telling them to be violent makes a choice whether or not to follow the voices though under those circumstances it may be understandable why they would have went along with the voices (particularly if the voices are presenting themselves as "God" or some other powerful entity) and the person should receive treatment and be released if they recover.

  • Violent People are Violent

    People make a choice to be violent Generally people who are violent are choosing to be violent. Even a person who hears voices in their head telling them to be violent makes a choice whether or not to follow the voices though under those circumstances it may be understandable why they would have went along with the voices (particularly if the voices are presenting themselves as "God" or some other powerful entity) and the person should receive treatment and be released if they recover.

  • Violent People are Violent

    People make a choice to be violent Generally people who are violent are choosing to be violent. Even a person who hears voices in their head telling them to be violent makes a choice whether or not to follow the voices though under those circumstances it may be understandable why they would have went along with the voices (particularly if the voices are presenting themselves as "God" or some other powerful entity) and the person should receive treatment and be released if they recover.

  • Violent People are Violent

    People make a choice to be violent Generally people who are violent are choosing to be violent. Even a person who hears voices in their head telling them to be violent makes a choice whether or not to follow the voices though under those circumstances it may be understandable why they would have went along with the voices (particularly if the voices are presenting themselves as "God" or some other powerful entity) and the person should receive treatment and be released if they recover.

  • Violent People are Violent

    People make a choice to be violent Generally people who are violent are choosing to be violent. Even a person who hears voices in their head telling them to be violent makes a choice whether or not to follow the voices though under those circumstances it may be understandable why they would have went along with the voices (particularly if the voices are presenting themselves as "God" or some other powerful entity) and the person should receive treatment and be released if they recover.

  • Violent People are Violent

    People make a choice to be violent Generally people who are violent are choosing to be violent. Even a person who hears voices in their head telling them to be violent makes a choice whether or not to follow the voices though under those circumstances it may be understandable why they would have went along with the voices (particularly if the voices are presenting themselves as "God" or some other powerful entity) and the person should receive treatment and be released if they recover.

  • Violent People are Violent

    People make a choice to be violent Generally people who are violent are choosing to be violent. Even a person who hears voices in their head telling them to be violent makes a choice whether or not to follow the voices though under those circumstances it may be understandable why they would have went along with the voices (particularly if the voices are presenting themselves as "God" or some other powerful entity) and the person should receive treatment and be released if they recover.


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