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Violence in News Media Main Point Violence in the news media whether it be newspapers television billboards magazines or other forms of news is unavoidable therefore it is a hthreat to American children The facts to supports the impact of news media on children are real and true According to Dr David Walsh founder of the National Institute on Media and the Family at the Congressional Public Health Summit in 2000 by the time a child is 18 years old he or she will witness on TV 200000 acts of violence including 40000 murders According to Parents in the Media in the Home 2000 study children spend 6 in a half hours with media every day 61 of television media programs show some act of violence according to the Congressional Public Health Summit in 2000 IIMain Point With the facts to support the undoubtedly violence in the news there is a result in this in with way children are effected by what they see A Childrens attitude and behaviors change with violence in the media According to Dr Walsh founder of the National Institute on Media and the Family notes that media violence to children increasing anti-social and aggressive behavior children may become less sensitive to violence and those who suffer from violence and children will view violence as an acceptable way to settle conflicts According to the Senate Committee on the judiciary in 1999 since the 1950s more than 1000 studies have been done on the effects of violence in television on the news The majority of these studies conclude that children who watch significant amounts of television news violence are more likely to exhibit aggressive behavior attitudes and values III Main Point With the Facts to support violence in the news and its impact on children there are ways you can prevent and aid children in positive ways
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