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How Does Television Violence Affect Childrens Behavior Does television promote violence and crime among children Although most people look at television as an entertaining and educational way to spend time some people think there is to much violence in television and that is influencing our young into becoming aggressive in nature and to tolerate violence Now scientists have discovered that all the violence in television can in fact mold a young innocent person into becoming a monster right under our eyes just by watching television It might sound absurd but think about it Its 500 pm you feel in the mood to relax and watch a talk show after a stressful day at work to find out the topic is He killed my sister and I want REVENGE Sounds odd but most people like the thrill of violence Why do you think Nightmare on Elm Street and Friday the 13th part VIII were so popular What do you think goes through childrens mind when the bad guy is shot dead by the good guy and everyone applauds He or She learns that its fine to hurt someone as long as they are bad so if cousin Joey takes my toy its OK to hit him because his bad This type of behavior can produce a false idea in childrens mind of how the real world deals with criminals All major networks ABC NBC CBS etc contribute to this sad but true fact If you seriously think about it its not all that uncommon to turn on the news or pick up a paper and find out somebodys face was slashed up simply because she was pretty or somebody was shot to death because of the color of their skin Many of the senseless violent acts have been committed all over the country Acts of violence are committed everyday by High school and even Elementary school
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