“Violent video games directly correlate to violence in schools”
Do violence video games actually affect children? What is the correlation between virtual games and violence at school? Most of the nowadays teenage activities and spending free-time resolves around technology. Not all the games are violent, but they all becoming more realistic. Some of the games are designed to learn something, some games develop abilities of fast reading, fast typing, driving a car, building from small farms to big civilizations, some promote to fight with enemies, rob banks or even kill people. I have also played several video games, from collecting cure flowers to driving crazy and killing people. Main consumers of video games are teenagers. No one regulates who and what games they play. Even though several researches have been made, no actions have been taken. Goal of this argumentative essay is to a show and argue that violent video games directly correlate to violence in schools. Children, who play violent video games, have addiction, which can lead to poor social skills. Video games can be very addictive. Many games are designed with several missions, and of course rewards are also given. From my personal experience, in the 9th grade my peers were obsessed with “Counter Strike” game. In order to get on a next level, previous levels required to be passed. It took them hours and days. My classmates started to skip classes, having bad grades and even fighting with each other. By looking at them, now I am able to make analysis that when a boy or a girl starts to be obsessed with violent video games, he or she start living in virtual world, it seems like game is much more important than school, family and friends. They loose some basic social skills. My peers became aggressive, missing school activities, preferring video games on class activities. Parents, teachers and classmates lost connection with violent video games players. Every time...
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