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video game argumentative essay

Nesbit English 101 March 1, 2013 Argumentative Essay In today’s economy, I believe that violent video games do promote violent and more aggressive behavior amongst our children. Parents need to step up and monitor what type of video games their kids are playing. You never know what type of effect the games can have on our children. All kid isn’t typically influenced by violent video games but we don’t know how our kids’ minds are. I read an article on The Shooting at Columbine High School...

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Are Video Games Good for Kids?

Are video games bad for kids? Back in time in mid 90’s the best source of entertainment for kids was the television that have a great variety of cartoons for the kids to have good entertainment and learn good things. But now they have video games that right now are the top selling industry in the world according to Barbara Ortutay of MSNBC online “the selling of video games on July of this year went to $1.19 billion with a 17 percent more than last year. But the only concern for the society is that...

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Bad Effects of Video Games

Video Games: Creating Monsters or Not? “Stay alive at any cost! Find the key! Shoot the bad guys!” This is how one sixth-grader describes the way of playing video games. Such video games can seem like harmless fun, but what if the violence gets personal and addicts young teenagers, affecting their behavior and their view of reality? Some studies have shown that violent game players just do not leave it there on their game screens; they transfer the violent acts they get attached to, to the real...

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Violence and Video Games

Violence in Video Games and Our Youth Over the years violent video games have become a major topic throughout America. An issue that has been debated over the years is the violence in video games and its negative impact on our youth. A few major points I will cover are the increased aggressive behavior, youth's desensitization, and parental supervision. All these are a contributor to the effects our children have faced or will face in the future. Violent video games are extremely popular with today's...

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video games v/s outdoor games

Video games are often under fire from publicity-hungry senators who want to pander to the older generation. However, as time goes by the people who enjoy video games now will soon be in power. But, until that day we are forced to question whether video games and outdoor activities should be compared and contrasted. This essay compares and contrasts outdoor activities. Video games Video games are not designed to burn off a lot of energy. They are not aerobic in any way, nor are they able to increase...

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Do Violent Video Games Contribute To Youth Violence

November 2013 Do violent video games contribute to youth violence? Video games do not contribute violence in majority of children but there is a small group that is at risk. “normal” children aren’t affected but mentally challenged kids can be. Although there are no studies that can show hard evidence for either side there are trends that lean towards the no affect side. Studies show that “normal” children are not affected by violent video games. “Playing violent video games can make some adolescents...

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Video Games and the Youth of Today

decade the popularity of video games has exploded. Adults as well as youth play these games. A large part of the video game market is made up of violent video games in which the player can commit terribly violent acts against others in the game. Many have begun to question the affect this kind virtual violence could have on the youth. There have been multiple studies done on this issue but many people are still divided on what to think. Some people think that these violent games have no affect on the...

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Video Games’ Good and Bad Effects

Video Games’ Good and Bad Effects Everybody all have to take rest after they finish working. Different people have different ways to have a rest or to be relaxed. Everybody has a lot of pressure when they are working or studying. So, after working they must find a way to relax themselves. Some people would like to watch TV to relaxes or work out in gym. But maybe most of young men will choose play video game to relax. Maybe just twenty years ago, not most of people know what video games are...

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Do video-games influence violence?

Violence There's too much of it, but where does teen violence come from? Some studies say movies, other say TV shows, but most of them say video-games. When a dad or a mom sees the news and they says that the killer played violent video-games, they just take of shooting games for a week and then they forget about it. If parents are just going to do that what is the difference? "There's an association, but it's not a very robust one." says Katherine Newman author of books about the...

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Violent Video Games

Violent video games can cause major concerns in children s that grow into adults. Children that grow up being allowed to play video games that intertwined an abundance of violence and profanity can cause aggressiveness, anger, and violence within their personality and daily actions. Younger children that play violent video games other are influenced by the negativity and aggressiveness which they can begin to express in their everyday lives. Parents that allow this don’t often know these facts...

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