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Whenever you turn on your television to the news there is alway massreports of violent crimes being committed The rise in crime has causedmany to question what is causing this and can we stop it Some have placedblame on the violence in media particularly video games is making peopleact violently against one another Something as small as violent videogames cant be blamed for how people act There are countless factors to beconsidered when someone intentionally hurts another Therefore no one canconclude that media violence directly correlates with violence in society We must remember only a minority of people in society actually commitviolent crimes In our world were constantly surrounded by violence inour media Plenty of people watch movies portraying violence listen tosongs boasting fights and murder and play games illustrating crime andhave never committed a crime If the brutality portrayed really affectedrather we act violently or not wouldnt there be a lot more people hurtingothers Our present world would be pure chaos and terror if every timesomeones sense was exposed to violence they acted on it The crime ratewould be great and very few people would leave there house but thats notthe world we live in But we do live in a world where when tragedy strikesits on a constant replay rather on the TV radio and social networksInformation is at the tips of finger and available in seconds Theavailability of knowledge has skewered our perception of crimes and actualcrime rates On the news theres more reports of crimes than other newsreports and the bigger the event the more coverage it gets Its onlynatural for society to assume we live in a scarier world than actual Itsnot that the news or radio isnt reporting real crimes but that shouldntbe their main interest Our reports of the goings on locally and globallyshould be more balanced and report good happenings too
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