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Sex and violence in the Electronic media is a pressing topic This paper raises a number of pros and cons But mainly this paper deals with the cons of regulating the media During research the most pressing point found was the issue of censorship Censorship is the keystone of the publics apparent outcry against the electronic media To better understand censorship the term must be defined In Websters New World Dictionary censorship is defined as the act of removing or prohibiting anything that is considered obscene or libelous or politically objectionable Even though there are millions and millions of viewers in the United States that watch the three main networks can and should the networks be responsible for what they put on the air Yes they really should have some sort of morals as to the nature of the content and at what time the program airs as well By the time the average American child has reached the end of Elementary school he will have witnessed at least 8000 murderers and 100000 acts of violence Now do you think that children at a vulnerable age should be exposed to that many violent acts How do you think that it will affect the childs behavior and mental growth In a 1970 study at Pennsylvania State University psychologist Aletha Huston showed cartoons of fists fighting superheros to one group of four year old and nonviolent cartoons to another group The children of the study were comprised of children that were aggressive in nature The study found that the group that was shone the violent cartoons were more apt to hit and throw things after the - 3 - viewing While the kids who watched the nonviolent cartoons remained relatively calm and docile It was concluded that children that watch violent cartoons are more apt to commit crimes when they are adults such as spousal
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