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Violence is becoming a problem in young children in today society The media is affecting children behavior in a violence manner In the essay Whodunit-The Media by Maggie Cutler gives evidences on how the media might have an effect on children todayVideo games are causing behavioral problems in children they see the violence and they think that is how real life is In the first paragraph Cutler gives some evidence how violence in the media is affecting children Some of the evidence Cutler given is that the television council accounted that per-hour rate for violence and sexual content had triple from 1989 to 1999 The violence and sexual content that is shown is having a big impact on children in a bad way It is causing children to act out and do crimes because in their minds they think it is right Also television is responsible for about 10 percent of violence in young children Also about 250 murders and 12000 other crimes are from video games and television alone The crime rate keeps going up because of the crime children see on tv and games Cutler gives some good evidence but as she mentions in the essay that some evidence about the true fact The facts she given estimate evidence that she had did some research on Also Cutler said some believe that the video game Doom had inspired bloodbath at Columbine but researcher are not for sure In second paragraph some studies shows that boys are tend watch tv with violence in because it is more fun to watch Some studies think that kids seek out shows to express feeling that already have 686 The violence shows and games that are played are to believe give kids an adrenaline boost while playing If games and television are given children and adrenaline rush children are most likely are going to do the crime they see Also Cutler mentions that violent in the
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