• The children have become violent and aggressive and are fighting with each other for no reason because that is what they learned from the video games. • Parents say that video games eats their children’s brains, they could have been more energetic and do more creative activities like sports or music but there brain has been damaged by the video games. With these complains, most parents are against video games and they hate it when their children is playing. What parents do not know is video games can actually be good for their children. If they knew about these, they would certainly allow them to play without any objection.
Also, we had demonstrate that Disney’s Movie “The Humpback of Notre Dame” does not portrayed the relevant ideas exposed by Victor Hugo’s book. Even more, the movie introduce certain subliminal messages to the young audience. Books are better than movies because the education does not depend on a graphic resource. Most of the times movies or other graphic presentation violate the main concepts an author want to express with his book and they introduce new ideas that would change the interpretation of the book for many
Benefits of violent video games Many people claim violent video games don 't have any good benefits but there are actually many. Violent video games are games that are thought to be the cause of violence because of its lack of positivity. These games such as “Call Of Duty” or “Grand Theft Auto” have been rated M (Mature) because there is content in them that children under the age of 17 are advised not to play. Video games with such content can give people a taste of violence without actually going out in public and harming others. Violent video games have many benefits such as vision improvement, reduce of violence, and being a stress reliever.
Amy Norton explains that drug tests aren’t that accurate and they don’t pick up every drug. Some kids may even stop doing one drug and move onto a different one that the tests aren’t testing for which would cause drug tests to be a waste of money and of people in that profession. Some drug tests only pick up the heavy users which most people can tell who is heavily using drugs by looking at them. Making them a waste of resources. Some tests may even pick up ADHD medicine.
One solution to this problem is posting anti drug slogans or mottos around schools and towns. A poste that says ‘Family, friends, and drugs don’t mix’ would emphasize the fact that drugs not only affect the individual using it but also the people who love and care about them should be a big impact on drug abusers. Also, drugs make people high and ecstatic during a short period of time and when that period of time is all over, a drug addict feels negativity such as peisadness, frustration, senselessness. This could be shown in a motto such as ‘Choose to be jolly, stay away from Molly.’ However, every addict desires to continue experiencing the good feeling of drugs and the very moment when a person decides to take a second dose, he or she can be called an addict. A slogan such as ‘Drug addiction doesn’t last forever.
Television can also be a beefy influence in developing value systems and shaping behavior (Bee, 1998). Besides considering some benefits, some people believe that this telecommunication medium creates many problems to the kids. To attract the audiences, many movies and series have a tendency to contain more uncensored violent scenes. Numerous children spend too much time on watching television each day, and their parents cannot control what kind of TV shows or videos that their sons or daughters are watching. Research reveals that exposure to violent media can result in aggressive attitudes and violent behavior in some children (Dr. Gail Gross).
Tim Burton creates movies for kids, in which one main character has scissors for hands, and another main character whose parents have left him. Crazy, right? This is done so he can appeal to more audiences. Tim Burton’s movies often appeal first to kids. The movies use creative lighting and colors, entertaining main characters and songs that are catchy and memorable.
It was said it presented a risk to young children who were getting a hold of the drugs. As a result, the company decided to create another version of the drug which would be a filmstrip but there was no improvement. (Chester, 2013). Employment Standards Reckitt benckiser claims there are employment standards in their company but it is seen that they do not protect the rights of their workers and there is no relationship between the employers and workers. Anon said “there is no work life balance, no structure and there are leadership challenges at the top” (Anon,
The discussion about the negative effects of watching movies on television by teenagers In the past fifty years science and technology have been rapidly. One of the technologies that most people like especially the youths is the cinema. Cinema is now playing an important role in youth’s entertainment part (David & Barlow). According to the Oxford Dictionary (2009) define the term movie as a recorded sequence of film or video images displayed on a screen with sufficient rapidity as to create the illusion of motion and continuity. This essay will outline some of the negative information that most movies shows.
• The manufacturers of e-cigarettes are not required to identify the ingredients of their product; this means that e-cigarettes may contain substances that are known to be toxic to humans. Furthermore this gives the buyers no way of knowing the strength of nicotine that product contains. • One of the biggest drawbacks of e-cigarettes is the fact that there are close to no restrictions on them. Most online retailers will sell them; this allows any underage teenagers who are not fully aware of the affects to buy one. •