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It gained through violent behavior is only temporary and it lasts until the time of revenge comes around Violence was glorified hundreds of years ago Back then it was a form of a pure entertainment We know how among ancient Romans gladiators usually slaves or captives trained for the purposefought with swords or other weapons at public shows The more harm the gladiators inflicted the bigger hero he was and the more respect he gained All the crimes they committed were condoned accepted and glorified Today it seems like instead of gladiators we have boxers Is boxing just a sport or another way of violent behavior that is not only accepted by society but also in many ways glorified Do we glorify boxing most of the time bloody shows because it is entertaining or maybe because it is a multi-milion dollar business The scenery of boxing is broken bones black and blue faces bloodThe more severe the fight the more exited and happy the audience seems to be Violence simply stimulates people Big glory comes when one passes out YEShere is the hero What is the message here It is we will like you more since you are physically stronger and we will respect you because we are afraid of you That is again a wrong message Violence is glorified the most throught media violent movies TV shows and newspaper sensationalism THERE SEEMES TO BE A NEED FOR VIOLNCE IN SOCIETY Violent movies are born one after another Die HardThe God Father Natural Born Killers The Proffesinal Pulp Fiction Terminator 2 etcWhen these kinds of movies come out there are lines for tickets In some countries people have to stay in lines to buy food Violence can not be the way to survive in this society People are not only glorifing violence
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