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  • Well yeah duh

    There have been multiple studies done on this and they've all proven that aggressive music, video games, television programs, movies, and other such media have some correlation between aggressive thoughts and behavior. Sure there are some factors that can lead up to violence as well like the person's history with family or past traumatizing experiences, possibly genetics but media does have a major effect on violence. Of course when a child sees death and crime glorified on his favorite video game their developing brain is going to want to imitate what's going on later on in life.

  • Social Media has its advantages and disadvantages

    The cyber bullying phenomenon on social networks like Twitter, Facebook, and YouTube have become a platform for youth violence recently. “Gangs” tend to use social media sites to make threats, promote violence and enroll members. There is also a rise in direct violence on social media. Being continuously exposed to violence like this can have an adverse effect on youths. Young impressionable pre-teens may think this behavior (hostile fights) is acceptable, because of how it is displayed on social networks. Teens crave that's positive affirmation and attention from their friends and peers. By acting out on social media they are getting that attention and feedback from their peers that apparently gives them that rush and that feedback they desire.

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  • It does cause violence

    Its mainly older teens that play violent video games so they should know their rights from their wrong so if they do something bad and cause violence they should know that they have done the wrong thing and know the consequences.
    So its their own fault what they do. They can control themselves

  • It does cause violence

    Its mainly older teens that play violent video games so they should know their rights from their wrong so if they do something bad and cause violence they should know that they have done the wrong thing and know the consequences.
    So its their own fault what they do. They can control themselves

  • It does cause violence

    Its mainly older teens that play violent video games so they should know their rights from their wrong so if they do something bad and cause violence they should know that they have done the wrong thing and know the consequences.
    So its their own fault what they do. They can control themselves

  • It does cause violence

    Its mainly older teens that play violent video games so they should know their rights from their wrong so if they do something bad and cause violence they should know that they have done the wrong thing and know the consequences.
    So its their own fault what they do. They can control themselves

  • It depends on who you are!

    It really depends on what kind of person you are and if your know what's right and wrong. If a person knows what's right then he/she will watch violent movies and choose not to be violent in real life. Unlike someone else who will love the violence in the movies, doesn't understand that it's wrong to do that and will therefore be violent in their everyday lives. So it really depends on who you are and mostly on how you've been brought up!!!!

  • Yes it does.

    When covering stories the media will write for example, police shot and killed and unarmed citizen. They leave out the they necessary details that this person was running, resisting arrest or is and out and out wanted criminal. By reporting only this and leaving out the details this gives people a reason to run out and riot, destroying and looting business property or injuring others.

  • The media does not cause violence

    Violence has existed for thousands of years before the media was even thought up as a thing. In fact people were much more violent before the media. There was torture, gruesome killings, and mutilations. Things like that still occur none of the less. But I can say that awful things happened much before tv and the internet, and still do without the media's influence.

  • Where s the research

    The violence in t.V is what everyone wants to see so if we took it of a whole Genre of film will be gone people are smart enough to know it is just a film . So I would say keep it in where is the evidence that suggests that it causes violence in real life

  • Games are Stress Relievers

    Another thing continuing off of what I said earlier about how all that BS is just gimmicks and lies. A scapegoat is something to take the blame for something else. For instance, killers have claimed that they kill because of their music. Yeah right. They're doing that to try and get out of their charges. Pleading their "INSANITY". BS. Let me tell you. I'm the very definition of insane. I'm unstable, aggressive, very volatile. I watch a lot of violent media. I listen to rage music. Like Attila, and Five Finger Death Punch. I play violent video games. As unstable as I am, I should've killed someone by now because of media by the claims all you fools make. But the funny thing is, I only use violence if it's necessary. Not because of music. Or TV. Or movies. Or video games. I haven't ever killed anyone, or been close to killing anyone.

  • Music doesn't cause violence

    I mean really? Music causes violence? BS. Video Games cause violence? BS. Take it from an unstable kid whose been through abuse and bullying and a lot of life shattering things. I listen to heavy metal music. And I play violent video games. I haven't tried to kill anyone. All violence that involves media is a lie. People just need a scapegoat from media.

  • Be more specific when it comes to games!!!

    Not all games and shows are violent, like harvest moon. It's a game where you spend your time peacefully farming, how can a game like that cause violence? Plus, most extremely violent content in E games are hidden and in most cases, you learn not to repeat violent things in T and M games by the time your actually allowed to play them.

  • NO. Violence in the Media does NOT cause violence.

    Since the inception of media (inclusive of radio, television, newspapers and nowadays the internet), this issue has been debated. As a result, countless studies have been done on this throughout the years by various organizations, mental health professionals (psychiatrists, psychologists etc).
    In 2004, a team of Mass General researchers led by Dr. Cheryl Olson studied 1,254 7th and 8th graders and 500 parents in South Carolina and Pennsylvania, looking at what kids were playing, how much time they played, and the possible relationship to delinquent behavior. They found that many of these kids played violent games; two-thirds of 14 year-old boys played at least one violent game often versus a quarter of the girls surveyed. The researchers also found that kids played games to cope with their emotions, to enjoy challenging situations, to keep up with peers playing similar games, to create their own worlds, and to relieve stress.
    There were correlations between playing violent games and self-reported physical fights and delinquent behavior, particularly with greater amounts of time played. However, this was only true in a small percentage of children who already exhibited aggressive traits and a high stress level. They found that the traits of aggression and stress were predictive of delinquent behavior and bullying and not the playing of violent video games themselves.
    There were NO CAUSAL RELATIONSHIPS FOUND BETWEEN VIOLENT GAMES AND VIOLENT BEHAVIOR, JUST CORRELATIONS. Which means that there are more than likely other factors involved.

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  • It depends on the audience

    M rated games obviously aren't appropriate for kids even without the violence. Some games have sexual content instead of violence. Trying to blame the media is stupid because the media is just a reflection of society today. Many people are unable to think for themselves and that is far more dangerous than any videogame or horror flick. The media is not violent compared to real life violence.

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