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Violence on Television How It Affects Todays Youth Part I Introduction My partner and I are both seniors attending Union High School This upcoming summer will be my third year life guarding at the Columbian Swim Club in Union My partner has worked in the building next door the Boys Girls Club for the past two years Both of our jobs are centered on children We work with them on a daily bases and know a lot about their actions As a result we chose to do our project on a topic relating to todays youth Part II Statement of the Problem Anthony and I came up with a problem that concerns many parents It seems as though violence plays a role in the lives of many people Even innocent children are affected by the negative things that go on in the huge world we live in Television violence is often overlooked because of its ability to retain childrens attention Countless mothers and fathers put their children in front of the television so they can have time to themselves As a result the kids are subjected to unnecessary media violence Anthony and I feel as thought this violence has a great effect on the childrens lives We decided to further investigate this hypothesis Part III Methodology We presented 45 kids ranging from ages 6 through 15 with a short questionnaire regarding the television shows they watch The age categories were broken down into three groups These were ages 6-9 ages 10-12 and ages 13-15 The purpose of this was to find if age had anything to do with the results The questions asked the children what their favorite TV show is if they stop doing school work to watch TV if they act violent towards their friends and family and if they prefer happy shows or sad shows The questionnaire was anonymous so that the children would
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