Essay On The Influence Of Violent Media On Children

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The means of communication, as radio and television, newspapers, magazines, and the Internet, that reach or influence people widely. Sometimes, there are some violent acts appear in the show, that what we call violent media. Violent media has affected to lots of people, especially children. But not only children, sometimes, an adult can also been affected by violent media too. And violent media can make them become different with the person they are always every day. As you know, violent media means TV show or game have violent acts in it. Nowadays, lots of children are recognized for having bad influence by violent media. Children may be more fearful of the world around them, or they more likely to behave in aggressive or harmful ways toward others (“Violent Media and Aggressive Behavior in Children”). Violence media has appeared in a long time, and it has a great impact on children. For example, the children watched normal shows usually fill full their room with lots of dolls and other toys, but children watched violence shows, they will fill full…show more content…
It disturbed children though, make them act very aggressive and easily harmful the other people around them. Nowadays, every family always have the television in their house, and the typical American child will view more than 200.000 acts of violence, including more than 16,000 murders before age 18 (“The Impact of Media Violence…”). Television is a necessary thing that every family needs, but violent media has made television become a perfect tool for poisoned children through violence show. Before age 4, children are unable to distinguish between fact and fantasy and may view violence as an ordinary occurrence. (“The Impact of Media Violence…”). That’s why when they grow up, they will do what they saw and have a high chance to become criminals. Parental control not tight also make the violent show have a chance to infiltrate into children’s

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