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Outline and Thesis Statement Guide
Create an outline that includes details that support your thesis. You must have at least three main points identified and at least two supporting details per main point.
Write all supporting details and subdetails in complete sentences.
Include both in-text citations in the outline and a references page following the outline. Many of your supporting details and subdetails will need in-text citations.
Outline only the body of your paper (not your introduction or conclusion).
Avoid bias and present a balanced case for your thesis—this will strengthen your writing.
Your thesis statement: Cutting back on the amount of hours spent on media devices, will cut youth violence.
Cellphones, laptops, tablets and televisions are controlling people lives. Television is no longer censored the way it once was; killing, stabbings and guns are being displayed on these media devices. Allowing the youth access to these horrible acts. Growing up children are little sponges that absorb everything; they hear and see. Mininking what they have heard and seen when they get older. Cutting back on the amount of hours spent on media devices, will cut youth violence. II. First main point
An average young person, age 18 or younger have witnessed ab estimated of 200,000 acts of violence on a media device. A.
Studies a far back as 1995-1997 have broadcast about 10,000 hours of violence. 1. Subdetails
Most of the hours that was broadcasting, these violence act were displayed on children shows 2. Subdetails
From a young age children are being subjecting to violence. Whether is silly games that involves hitting each to guns being draw. B.
Media violence has been taking notice for a while, In 2000 there was a report release from the FBI; stated that media violence is a risk factor. 1. Subdetails
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References: [Include your references here]
Reed W, Lawrence. “ Youth Violence and the media” Mackinac.org. Markinac center, December 1,2006. July 28,2013
“Media violence” Pediatrics.aapublications. Pediatrics Vol.124 No 5. November 1, 2009. July 28,2013
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