The effects of online games on teenagers The computer is one of the most used by teenagers for web sites, leisure, communication or other connected Internet. The effect of computer games on teenagers This is my chosen topic as to learn of its read, what negative and positive effects for teenagers.This we should give emphasis because it has an effect on the personality of teenagers.Many teenagers playing computer, this 2012 many damaged the career falling and becoming addicted to computers but there are some teenagers who used it correctly to their prosperity.
For years, critics have blasted computer games as being worthless time-wasters, rotting kids ' brains and creating an entire culture of unhygienic, isolated loners addicted to their computer screens. Nothing could be further of the truth, as recent studies have begun to show.
The impact of gaming on today 's youth is a highly controversial subject. There are two schools of though when it comes to the negative impact of video games on youth. One opinion asserts that violent and suggestively themed video games result in delinquent behavior amongst youth. However, other sources claim that this behavior is the result of other factors and that video games only negatively impact youth that are already susceptible to anti-social behavior.

I Therefore conclude that , the online games are important but this is a games that the teenagers addicted this is dangerous for our health.

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Positive Effects of Computer Games | eHow.com http://www.ehow.com/list_6005845_positive-effects-computer-games.html#ixzz2AptC3fNA Negative Effects of Video Games on Youth | eHow.com http://www.ehow.com/list_6321054_negative-effects-video-games-youth.html#ixzz2AptzgdoN

For years, critics have blasted computer games as being worthless time-wasters, rotting kids ' brains and creating an entire culture of unhygienic, isolated loners addicted to their computer screens. Nothing could



Bibliography: Positive Effects of Computer Games | eHow.com http://www.ehow.com/list_6005845_positive-effects-computer-games.html#ixzz2AptC3fNA  Negative Effects of Video Games on Youth | eHow.com http://www.ehow.com/list_6321054_negative-effects-video-games-youth.html#ixzz2AptzgdoN For years, critics have blasted computer games as being worthless time-wasters, rotting kids ' brains and creating an entire culture of unhygienic, isolated loners addicted to their computer screens. Nothing could be further of the truth, as recent studies have begun to show.

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