• Media Violence
    Its everywhere you look. It surrounds society in ways most people are blind to see. Violence, Sex and Crime. It can be as drastic as your everyday road rage accident, to as little as discipling your child. Ask yourself , as a parent, have you ever hit your child's hand for them hitting someone else....
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  • Mass Media and the U.S. Youth
    Anything from phones, magazines, and television are used to view the many aspects of the media. The influence that all the exposure a teen can have to this media can become either healthy or unhealthy to the teen. Teens in the U.S. are subjected to the acts of violence, sex, and tobacco/alcohol use in many...
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  • Tv Violence
    inappropriate scene such sex, horror and as well as violence. Shows that contain sex, horror and violence should not be shown on TV because it can influence the audience behaviour, it can increase crimes rate and it can instil negative mind set in the audience. Firstly, the shows that contain sex, horror and violence...
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  • Effect of Television O Childrens
    Video Game Violence and Public Policy David Walsh, Ph.D. National Institute on Media and the Family Video games will turn 30 years old in 2002. The industry that started with Pong has become a multi-billion dollar worldwide industry. The growth of the industry is both matched and driven by...
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  • Tv and Its Effects on Teens
    Television (TV) has its good side. It can be entertaining and educational, and can open up new worlds for kids, giving them a chance to travel the globe, learn about different cultures, and gain exposure to ideas they may never encounter in their own community. Programs with positive role models can...
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  • The Impact of Media on Behavior
    mediated world. The research adds that sexual content that ranged from flirting to sexual intercourse had increased from slightly more than half of television programs in 1997-1998 to more than two-thirds of the programs in the 1999-2000 seasons, while the research of Rahaman Onike (2007) was social and...
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  • 5 years
    gamers in the Digital Age. Historical Game Censorship Efforts During the last decade, as advances in technology allowed for more graphic depiction of violence and eroticism, parents, lawmakers and community leaders began to take notice of the games children play. No longer did the kids whittle away hours...
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  • Advertising Ethics 3
    advertising. Advertising has close relationship with the cultural values. It can use cultural background for making advertising effective. However, it should not harm cultural values developed over years. Advertising can be made effective by using various aspects of cultural background. It can be used to...
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  • Violence in Media and Music
    My topic is violence in the media and music. Violence in media and music is extremely common in the world today. From video games to music videos, derogatory language, shootings, and promiscuous behavior are all just some of the images leading to violent behavior. This topic is considered controversial...
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  • Life Skills for Adolescent Girls Through Media
    empowerment for the adolescent girls by adapting life skills is more predominant factor to be considered in society. Especially countries like India should unveil the problems of the adolescent girls faced. Life skills which required for these adolescent girls were not trained mental, physical, emotional...
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  • Media and the Effects it plays on Teens
    today’s world is everywhere. There is no place you can go to get away from it, even for just a minute. Look back fifty years ago and there was only television. It was not even popular at that time. Besides not being popular, TV shows could not use profanity or the actor and the actress could not be in the...
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  • Influence of Hollywood films on the moral Values of Nigerian youths
    STATEMENT OF THE PROBLEM The largest sampling of contents of foreign films carried out by Harvard Medical School, reveals a disturbing amount of violence as well as unrealistic views of racial and sexual relationships. In another research carried out by Olaleye Victoria (2007), it was discovered that...
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  • Censorship
    speech that provokes violence. Throughout the past decade, the government has increasingly proscribed types of speech that were once accessible for children on television, compact discs, and even video games. Because of the potentially harmful effects of excessive sex and violence, laws censoring these...
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  • American Cinema: a Corrupt Industry?
    American Cinema: a Corrupt Industry? We cannot imagine our life without movies. Every day we are bombarded with movies of different sort from television. It is commonly known that apart from entertaining us movies have certain influences on us. Many people complain about the negative influence of...
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  • Censorship
    Censorship on the Media Violence is a topic that is keen to everyone's mind. It is constantly occurring and will happen forever throughout the whole world. With the world of today growing at its enormous rate, new technology and other scientific breakthroughs have made our lifestyles easier and much...
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  • Video Games and Their Negative Effects
    Meta-Analytic Review of the Scientific Literature By Craig A. Anderson and Brad J. Bushman Iowa State University Research on exposure to television and movie violence suggests that playing violent video games will increase aggressive behavior. A metaanalytic review of the video-game research literature...
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  • Violent Video Games
    Meta-Analytic Review of the Scientific Literature By Craig A. Anderson and Brad J. Bushman Iowa State University Research on exposure to television and movie violence suggests that playing violent video games will increase aggressive behavior. A metaanalytic review of the video-game research literature...
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  • Film Classification in Singapore
    films to make conversant decisions of whether a movie is suitable for their children. Today, taking the considerations of theme, language, nudity, violence, sex, horror and drug use, films in Singapore are rated following these 5 ratings: G, PG, NC-16, M-18 and R21. The first and lowest level of film rating...
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  • THE HARMFUL EFFECTS TELEVISION AND VIDEO GAMES BRING TO ADOLESCENTS
     The Harmful Effects Television and Video Games Bring to Adolescents English Practical Writing II Lecturer Nelly Huang June 13, 2013 Abstract The purpose of this research attempts to find out what harmful effects thattelevision and video games might bring...
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  • Impacts of T.V
    European Journal of Business and Management ISSN 2222-1905 (Paper) ISSN 2222-2839 (Online) Vol 4, No.9, 2012 www.iiste.org Effect of Satellite Television on the Culture of Bangladesh: The Viewers Perception Robaka Shamsher* Mohhammad Nayeem Abdullah School of Business, Lecturer, Independent University...
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