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Tv Violence

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Essay title: Tv Violence

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Televisions growing popularity in the 1950's gradually gave way to the effects of violence during society. Leading up to today, children repeatedly commit acts of violence seen on television, through aggressiveness and desensitizing. These effects may be noticeable in the child's early stages of life or in adulthood. Illustrated in various examples through out the essay are the identification and effects of television violence, and ways to reduce the impact on youth behavior.

Programs geared toward children such as violent or anti-social cartoons, portray aggressiveness in children's behavior. Southpark, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, and the Simpson's are to name a few violent cartoons. Elementary kids star in the cartoon Southpark and it is meant to represent violent comedy. Kids kill kids, blood spews from their insides, and fights constantly break out amongst the characters, all in the name of comedy. The Ninja Turtles teach kids how t

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It may be that all parents have to result in this new computer chip or maybe we just need to be more involved in our youth's developmental years.

There are several outcomes of television viewing. Television also portrays violence as a normal means of conflict resolution. Some examples are less sensitive to pain and suffering of others, more fearful of their surroundings, and behavior becomes more aggressive and

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