The surroundings shape individuals live in various ways. It is the undeniable truth that individuals ' presentation to various environmental conditions assumes a significant part in the way they, eventually, progress toward becoming as far as their general character in the large society. On this contemporary period, kids approach distinctive diversion media, the majority of which are explicit and violent. Violence media have a unique impact on the brains and general development growth of kids. As indicated by Gerald Jones, through his article “Violent Media is Good for Kids” kids should have the excellent access to such unpleasant types of activities, without any restriction.
Kids have been acting out by what they see and experience in their precious video games in recent years. As a result, children and teenagers are acting out because of what games they are playing on their Xbox’s, Playstation, Ect. Scientists and doctors know that kid’s brains are not fully developed so what see on television, wond them, and of course video games will influence them. So when kids are playing violent games such as shooting games, fighting games, combat, ect, they will be influenced to act like what they are playing on their video game consoles. Video games cause children to have violent behavior because it influences negatively on their developing brains, causes addiction to playing, and school violence.
Studies have shown that censorship is justified as it also prevents the toxic influence of perception that may morally corrupt adolescents. What usually comes to mind when people visualise the harm that may come to minors are usually television programs, song lyrics and video games that elevate violence, drug use, sexual promiscuity or disrespect for authority. Fieser (2017) stated that if children are expose to morally uplifting songs, stories and images, their moral characters will be positively formed. Similarly, if children are exposed to explicit songs, violent stories or graphic images, they will develop a damaged character. The difference between a minor and an adult is that adolescents are more in peril to the effects of everything
Did you know that three hours a day of violent video games and television shows can raise aggresion? Television can be a problem because if it is a reality show then maybe younger viewers would think it is ok to be rude or violent to people because they do it on television. If you are already a rude child and you went to the surveys it would probably mess up some of the statistics. Both of these are problem because the world we live in now it is ok to have a telivision show about your family problems and it is ok to have video games where the goal is to assassinate people. These are common trends floating around the mainstream of people keeping up with these trends.
There are many different offenses that get sent to juvenile court. Most crimes sent to juvenile court aren’t too serious, but are still bad enough to be sent to court. “Unofficial reports suggest that a higher percentage of juvenile are involved in minor criminal behavior; grossly underreported common offenses include vandalism, shoplifting, underage drinking, and marijuana use”(Hales). There are instances where more scarce offense occurs and sometimes more serious misdemeanors but the offenses aren’t as common as vandalism, thief, underage drinking, etc. Some uncommon cases are usually shootings or murders.
• Kyle Shaw from New York, 17, set off a bomb made out of a plastic bottle, fireworks and electrical tape outside an outlet of Starbucks in 2009. Shaw hatched the plan inspired by Brad Pritt's character in "Fight Club." UNESCO initiated a project in 1997, which analysed the importance of the impact of media violence. Around 5000 twelve-year-old children from 23 different countries, participated in the project. The research showed that 51% of the children claimed they would like to be like the antagonist from the movie 'Terminator', Arnold Schwarzenegger as he represents the characteristics which children think are necessary to cope with difficult situations.
The most discussed and debated issue of mass media and society is the effect of media violence on children. Violence in media is said to influences aggressive behaviour of children. You may agree or disagree with this statement. Discuss your view on this issue based on journal articles as well other related references to support. Support your view with concrete and specific example.
It has been found in many studies that violent video games lead to violent actions being done by the children or teens playing the games. Many middle schoolers have minds that can be easily influenced by their environment and what they are seeing. Violent video games are harmful to children because of the effects it has on their behaviour, mental health and social interaction skills. Violent video games can give them the idea that violence is the answer and that what 's happening in the video game is appropriate to do in the real world to real people.
Media and Violence “Don’t grow up it’s a trap.” this is a quote from one of my favourite movies as a child, Peter Pan. I am sure you all are familiar with it, but does any of you know the story’s real origin? Peter Pan was written by J.M Barrie,and in his original story Peter Pan was the only boy who could not grow up. In spite living in Neverland, his followers, the lost boys, did age, and if they do not die on one of his dangerous adventures, Peter Pan would murder them.
In our country The United States, there are many juvenile center packed with juveniles that have done some type of crime to end up in these centers. The minors in these detention centers have done a crime rather it was minor or major. Some judges want some of these young people to serve life in prison as adults and some believe they shouldn’t. Some courts want to see juveniles facing life in prison for crimes they’ve committed , these juveniles need to be heard and given a second chance they are still growing and do not yet have the same mentality as adults and have examples being set in their surroundings. Courts want to send juveniles to face a life sentence in prison for the crimes they’ve done without the chance to speak up for