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Kenny Fuller Health The Impact of Media Violence I was reading in some of my information and it was talking about how monkey see monkey do is a popular saying now days Sixty years ago the television was invented People looked at it as a technological curiosity I got that part from the info For some people now days TV is their best friend Most of them are little kids TV shows the news tries to make us buy certain things and it also show violence The only thing that it can do is replace written materials Got that to The bad thing is that these violent shows are dangering our society Certain things on TV and movies have inspired people I could think of any other word to use so I used theirs to set their wives on fire lie down in the middle of the roads rape steal murder and to do shootings Out of 1000 studies it is proven that media violence can have a negative affect on adults and even children When people watch these shows it makes them more aggressive and anti-social After a few days of watching these shows people become less sensitive to violence and to victims of violence After that happens they begin to have a hunger for more violence in entertainment and in real life Media violence is especially damaging to young children between ages 8 and under The reason for that is because they cannot tell the difference between the real life and their dreams Some images on the TV and movies may seem so real to them that is might traumatize them I got traumatize from the info Even with all of the media violence on shows there hasnt been any real major changes to deal with the problems that keep growing All the people glory the violence in movies like the movie Natural Born Killers They are
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