Aggressive Behavior and Violent Video Games
An assessment of three studies on the subject of violent video games in relation to expressed aggression in young people. Models and methods are discussed, assumptions, conclusions, en route to a reflective conclusion noting a few ...
# 132496 | 1,500 words | 3 sources | APA | 2007 |
Published on Dec 01, 2007 in Psychology (Behaviorism) , Psychology (Child and Adolescent) , Computer and Technology (Technology) , Psychology (Theory)
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This paper provides an assessment of three studies focused on the now popular subject of violent video games in relation to expressed aggression in young people. Models and methods are discussed, and the paper also covers assumptions, conclusions, en route to a reflective conclusion noting a few defects in the pieces discussed and also perhaps more salient questions to do with violent video games and aggression of different kinds of broader cultural orientation.
From the Paper:"This paper examines studies pertaining to violent video games as encouragers of aggressive behaviour. (Uhlmann & Swanson:2004, Cicchirillo & Chory-Assad:2005, Bartholow Et Al:2006) They take different approaches to the same mechanism that much previous research has asserted to exist between young people who play violent video games and observable aggression expressed in their thinking and self-expression or behaviour. As indicated in this paper's last section, one paper was found to be more thoughtful, varied, less reductive and more generative of new questions ..."
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