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Violence on TV Recently the US government posed a question on whether or not violence on TV should be regulated I believe that government should regulate violence on TV because of the affect violence on TV has on children What kind of audited is society portraying itself to have and violence on TV is only in encouraging the crime rate to escalate First of all the government should regulate violence on TV because of the affect violent has on children Childrens minds are too undeveloped and are not able to differentiate right from wrong In addition children also tend to mimic every thing they see on TV Children view violent cartoon characters and do not comprehend that a person can die The child only notices the character always comes back the next week Lastly the one thing children can do without is nightmares Their minds do not need to be cluttered with grotesque acts Most importantly they need to concentrate on more necessary things such as school and physical education not shooting some one Secondly the government should regulate violence on TV because of the image society is portraying to itself To begin with the reputation the American society is giving itself is not so healthy Americans are portraying themselves as a culture that thrives on violence instead of good morals and fare and equal rights Furthermore by allowing violence on TV other countries are starting to see that the American society is nothing more than bloodthirsty trigger-happy brutes Finally by not censoring violence on TV society in a way is teaching and encouraging our younger generation to be more violent Thirdly the government should regulate violence on TV because it is encouraging crime to escalate Watching a violent movie on TV gives people a desire and a kind of rush which can push an all ready violent person over the line and as a result a crime is committed Furthermore violence on TV
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