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Nonviolent Video Game

Regulating Violent Video Games Introduction: I. A. Whose place is it to deal with the problem? 1. Parent should censor their children. 2. Why parents should censor children. 3. The possible result if our children are not censored. II. A. Should the Government regulate violent video games? 1. What would happen if the government regulates video games? 2. Why I am against the government’s involvement in regulating video games. 3. Regulating ourselves. Conclusion/Closing:...

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Video Games

Video games, games a lot of kids play for fun and to escape from there world which might involve bullying. Lots of really good and bright kids have no intention of really hurting anyone. Take me for example, I play lots of video games black ops, modern warfare, call of duty and lots of other violent games, but me myself as a whole am not violent. A lot of people say that I am really nice. Of course while playing video games your adrenaline is rushing and you are excited and more alert but does that...

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The Effect of Violent Online Games on Teenagers in Hong Kong.

and online video games [Chilton: 1999]. A recent research done by four national American health organizations namely American Medical Association, American Academy of Pediatrics, American Psychological Association and American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, has also already concluded that there exist a direct link between violence in media and violence on teenagers (Vermaakgeweld lei tot meer aggressie: 2000). In this paper, the emphasis will fall on violent online games, as a form of...

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Video Game and Young People

It is known that we are living in technological era. Video games have become one of the favorite time-spending of young people all ages, and even some adults. Moreover, video games are unbelievably complicated and that shows just how deep the connection between people and technology. (Cooper, 2010) However, addiction to video games, one of the main problems has been brought by modern technology. According to Byron Review (2008), a government-commissioned study, it is clear that even in the lack of...

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Violence in Youth Video Games

Violence in the Youth or Games The topic I choose to explore is video games and if the do indeed effect the minds of our youth and make them violent and begin to make them spread that violence throughout the world. The argument is, “do violent games contribute to youth violence?” and the stance I take is con but I will shows both sides and combat the topic with facts and some opinion based statements. We Cons think there is no clear link or proof that video games are a direct connection to...

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Video Game

violent video games on the manifestation of aggressive behaviors in young people is controversial. The objectives of this research project were as follows: (1) to review scientific studies of the effects of violent video games on aggressiveness; and (2) to examine the evidence that playing violent video games plays a role in the behaviors of school shooters. Video games occupied a large amount of my time as a child, and I found that the experience of playing largely nonviolent games was a...

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How Will the Technology Reshape Our Future?

article we read by Douglas Gentile, “The Effects of Video Games on Children: What Parents Need to Know” specifically addresses violent video games. It states that, “Playing violent games leads to increased physiological arousal, increased aggressive thoughts, increased aggressive feelings, and increased aggressive behaviors” (Gentile). Dr. Gentile proves that violent games increases aggression through observing children having played video games in their normal environment. Similarly, in “The Veldt”...

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Violent video games

Violent video games infiltrate our society to create more violent people and less desirable person to person contact. Video games promote violence in teenagers. With video games becoming more realistic, people are better able to project the violence towards society. This in turn causes societal norms to become accustom towards violent tendencies. Just because a person does not immediately imitate specific violent acts found in video games, does not mean the games will have no long-term negative...

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Violence in Video Games and Aggressive Behavior

Reading: Playing with fire? Lecture 7 Week 3 References: Ames, Iowa. 2014. Life lessons: Children learn aggressive ways of thinking and behaving from violent video games. 24 March. Accessed July 12, 2014. http://www.news.iastate.edu/news/2014/03/24/violentgamesbehavior. Bushman, Brad J, and Craig A Anderson. 2001. “EFFECTS OF VIOLENT VIDEO GAME SON AGGRESSIVE BEHAVIOR, AGGRESSIVE COGNITION, AGGRESSIVE AFFECT, PHYSIOLOGICAL AROUSAL, AND PROSOCIAL BEHAVIOR: A Meta - Analytic Review of the Scientific...

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Technology and its advantages"

granted. Modern technology has solved many problems that people face and play an important role in the development of many countries. Modern technologies create many kinds of products and also a heated controversy. Computers, cloning technology, and video games are some of these technologies. Joshua Quittner writes about the benefits and problems of computer technology in his essay "Invasion of Privacy" (353). He demonstrates how useful computers are and also how to eliminate problems related to computer...

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