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Majority of crimes today are committed by the younger generation The older folks always blame modern media for behavioral problems found in teens I strongly disagree on this stereotype Violent media doesnt have a great impact on teens behavior No doubt that technology is advancing and as it advances there is an increase in violence I believe that modern media doesnt induce a person to kill but its more on the persons disposition Some people are easily influenced by things and the people around them than others Certain teens are raised to believe that in order to solve their problems they have to use aggressive behavior An article on violent video games states If you provoke an angry person theyre going to lash out at you whereas if you provoke a non-angry person theyre not Just in the same way I myself play video games listen to explicit music and enjoy watching TV14 movies But I do this to either relieve stress or just to entertain myself Occasionally I do get angry and want to act violently but this urge is not caused by the things I watch It is caused by how angry the situation that I am in makes me Sometimes kids are bullied so much that they break down and become homicidal or even suicidal Finally media are rated according to the level of maturity or the mature content in the movie music game etc When you are buying an album it has a label that says Parental Advisory Explicit Content also when you see a commercial for a movie it always says its rating PG PG13 etc Researchers are blaming violence on teens but they really need to blame it on the people who rate and even sell these things to teens The market wants money they dont care about what effect their product might have on someone as long
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