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Television, Movie, and Music Violence and the Impact on Teen Behavior

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Most people in our society generally have the opinion that violence in television, movies, and music increases aggression in children and adolescents. Does it? Who is to say whether media has a positively direct effect or a positive correlation? However, the majority of the people who have researched this topic have discovered that violence in television, movies, and music is indeed one of the main factors contributing to the increase in violent and aggressive behavior among the youth in the world. Violence in the media helps promote and encourage children and adolescents to freely express their abusive behavior. As a result, the topic of my essay will help support the issue that violence in the media causes abusive behavior in youths.

Television, Movie, and Music Violence and the Impact on Teen Behavior Today's society is heavily influenced by television, movies and music. In other words, the world is inundated by the media that surrounds us. The violence disrupts a child's learning process and can change the moral beliefs that an older person has. Children view more violence on Saturday mornings than any other time. The cartoons intended for children influence youngsters to mimic violent acts because their parents do not fully explain the effects of the stunts. It is sad that in such a technology based society, such a simple thing as television can have a negative effect on people. Before television, Americans followed simple principles, believed in God, were honest, and never locked their doors because they felt safe and were happy to help someone in need. Television, movies and music gradually turned us into the society we have today. We break laws as if there are no consequences, many people don't believe in God, or even attend religious services. We lock our houses, cars, and anything worth money, because we are scared of somebody stealing it. We leave people in trouble to fend for themselves, we do not have the common courtesy to help...

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