Don T Blame Kids And TV By Mike Males

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Even though TV is quite violent today. We cannot blame youth violence on the media. One’s neighborhood is one of the most significant environments that influences kids. This is because kids learn how to live in this world by who and what is around them. If there is a lot of violence in the area. Kids will think that being a criminal is normal. Mike Males is the author of “Don’t Blame Kids and TV.” He quotes Dominic, a 16-year-old from Brooklyn who has been convicted of armed robbery, as saying, “kids see [violence] on the streets before they see it in the movies” (174). Dominic also refers to his younger sister, claiming that “she don’t have to see it [violence] on TV. She sees it when she plays jump rope” (175). Imagine this quote from a
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