The important fact in this element is motivation. A person must have motivation to reproduce the behavior that have been observed. On the other hand, a violent behavior will not be imitate if a person has watched a violent movie and does not have the desire to copy the violent actions display by the actors. For example, teenagers have seen models in the movie stick a gun in someone’s ribs and say “Don’t move” or something to that effect. Luckily few teenagers are stimulated to reproduce that behavior, unless a real gun is with them (Ormrod, 2012).
When the violence in a game goes from physical violence to mental violence meant to traumatise or scare the player, that is where the line needs to be drawn. Research shows that when just viewing violence, rather than experiencing it, people can develop trauma that lasts weeks or even years. Why should this be different for video games? If violence is used only for the purpose of scaring a player, it becomes much more traumatising, not to mention lazy. Conclusion In conclusion, violence in video games does not cause violence in the real world since most human beings have enough common sense to know that killing is wrong, there is little to no connection between simulated violence and real world violence, and rather than increase someone's stress and aggression, relieves
There is no harms harming if miss the target. In violent video games, there are no such things as safe handling of weapons. Violent video games do not act the same in the real world. Therefore, the more deaths and destruction you obtain the better. Another reason would be violent video games affect the health of many youths.
Parents and/or guardians always say “stop looking at that screen and stop playing video games. It 's bad for you and your eyes and brain.” Most parents do not know that video games help teens with more than just burning brain cells. Over the years video games have grown. Teens play video games for plenty of reasons such as to relieve stress and take anger out instead of acting violently. While playing video games, players can interact and be involved in the game and react emotionally, and mentally.
This issue does not have a clear answer to solve the problem, as both side does not have a clear study that prove whether or not violent video games affect children behavior. With that being the case, the parents should be more aware and control the amount of time that their child play video games if they don’t want their child to expose to violent
The hate Klan used violence to control the people who believed in equal rights. Violent crimes like the Birmingham church bombing affected not only the innocent people who were hurt, killed or lost a loved one in the bombing but, people in the community who were scared to
The argument, he comes with is that there have been about 30 years of research and the research shows that there is no link. Dr. Az supplements that the 30 years of research never shows that there are longer-term effects of playing video games. He thinks that the effect that comes with playing video games depends on the individual. Some have a big temperament and are more vulnerable. For these children, it is probably not a good idea to play violent video games.
There is a company that places ratings on video games known as the ESRB (entertainment software rating board). They review video games before they are published and grade them on their content. The ratings are RP (rating pending, for games that have not received a final rating yet. It is used for marketing purposes only and games with an RP rating may not be sold), EC (early childhood, usually learning games), E (everyone), E10+ (everyone age 10 and older), T (teen), M (mature), and AO (adults only). However, even though these ratings restrict who can purchase violent or inappropriate video games, there are people who want them to have an even more strict rating than they already have or even have them made illegal.
Lastly,guns are not the problem and should not be restricted but the people using them should be restricted from using them. Most mass school shooting the history behind most of the victims is that they usually have some kind of disability or have had a rough life or even depression.That 's why if the government has stricter gun laws there is no point since it 's the people and not the weapon. Therefore since guns are used to protect people,used for hunting,and the guns are not the problem it is the people,guns should not be banned or have stricter gun
Trains traveling between India and Pakistan were targeted and attacked. On these trains were men women and children, who were all slaughtered by both Hindus and Muslims. In addition to this, riots in the streets of cities in both India and Pakistan destroyed property and killed many. The ones killed were more often than not innocent, but were attacked because of their religion. My final example of the violence between these two countries was the attacks on migration routes.