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Pro brutal cruel violent videogames tv-shows movies magazines news reports its said there have already been incidents because of the media children are easily influenced Con personal background eg family friends etc prerequisites at work such as frustration etc deficits in one Oes personal character society Oes circumstances and prerequisites eg social environment media the easy access to firearms a high level of urbanity a high level of poverty in city centres and the decline of social structures there are several statistics argumentating both pro and con --------------------------- Violence in the media appears to be a current issue Almost every month there happens a terrible incident wherefore the media gets blamed One example is Erfurt where a german student ran amok I guess these extreme incidents of violence are only the tip of the iceberg but do they really happen because of the media First of all aggression doesnt appear out of nowhere there has to be a cause One cause is the media but there are also personal backgrounds eg family friends conditions at work eg frustration deficits in ones personal character and other socially circumstances like the media or the social environment So when theres a violent incident the media is the real cause only in a small percentage of the incidents but generally gets blamed for all of them Aggression has become an entertainment in todays media All forms of aggression are shown in the media such as on TV in videogames and in books or magazines Its a fact that newspapers which inform people of sensational incidents especially of violence have the highest circulation This gives rise to reflection on a new topic which is the ambivalence of aggression On the one hand people are faced with it on TV every day but on the other hand society forces them to hide
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