Violence Affects Children

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Shealynn Percle
Com 170

October 20, 2011

Instructor Greene

Abstract

Television violence affects children by encouraging immunity to the horror of violence,
gradually accepting violence as a way to solve problems and imitate the violence they observe on
television. Children can become immune to violence through extensive viewing that can cause
aggressiveness. Those who watch violence on television and there isno punishment tend to grow
immune to violence. Gradually accepting violence as a way to solve problems is common in
those who view it every day. Most children solve problems with violence when they see it on
television and at home. Imitating violence seen television is becoming more common. Children
see violence on television and thinks they can do it. Becoming immune to violence, gradually
accepting violence as a way to solve problems and imitating are the main effects of children
watching violence on television.

Thesis: Excessive viewing of television impacts children through teaching children to rely on
violence to solve a problem, causing aggression and,building immunity to sensitivity.

Television violence affects children by becoming immune to the horror of violence, gradually accepting violence as a way to solve problems and imitate the violence they observe on
television. People need to pay attention to the programs their children watch and set limits on the
amount of time they spend watching television. Alsopoint outthat it is television and not real
life. Making sure to stress the belief that violent behavior is not the best way to resolve a
problem. It decreases time spent on more beneficial activities such as reading, playing with
friends, and developing.

Children can become immune to violence through extensive viewing that can cause
aggressiveness. Extensive viewing of television violence by children causes greater
aggressiveness. Children gradually accept violence as a way to solve problems and are common
in those who view it every day. Becoming immune to violence as a way to solve problems, and
imitating are the main effects of children watching violence on television.

Those who watch violence on television and there are no punishment, tend to grow
immune to violence. Most children solve problems with violence when they see it on television
and at home. Imitating violence seen on television is becoming more common. Children see
violence on television and think they can do it.

Television violence affects children by encouraging immunity to the horror of violence,
gradually accepting violence as a way to solve problems and imitating the violence they observe
on television. Children can become immune to violence through extensive viewing that can
cause aggressiveness. Those who watch violence on television, and there is no punishment, tend
to grow immune to violence....
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