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Dont Blame the Media Television movies and video games have a great influence on the minds of todays kids But what exactly are the effects of such an influence Many parents and government officials have exaggerated the effects that these media have on todays kids Government officials have singled out these three media sources as the cause of some types of violence simply because it is an easy target to blame I think that the truth is that television movies and video games are no where near the actual causes for acts of violence and other crimes committed by kids Many people believe that television movies and video games are the cause of juvenile crime because they dont know the facts on the issue They single out those three because they have violent images and violent plots and therefore believe that these will create violence in real life This happens when people dont know much on the issue This essay will explore the causes for why most people will blame television movies and video games for most of the countrys juvenile crimes When a kid commits a violent crime the crime is often blamed on the television that the kid watched or the movies the kid saw or the video game the kid just played Many people will start thinking that this is true based on that it seems like a likely explanation People will start trying to stop kids from viewing violent images such as shows like the Power Rangers or The Ninja Turtles I dont think that shows like this should be censored so a kid cant watch them I think that by censoring the images it will just make kids want to see them more Kids are attracted to violence and if they cant see it on television or in movies they will easily see it outside when they play at the playground or something Violent television movies
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