Effects of Media Violence on Youth
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"This paper discusses the effects of violence in the mass media (television, video games, music videos, song lyrics and the internet) to aggression and physical violence in youth. The paper hypothesizes that there is a direct correlation and significant high level research is sited to prove the hypothesis and offer comments on limitations to available literature and offer recommendations.
From the Paper:"Effects of Media Violence on Youth In the last 50 years our society has seen incredible changes relative to media availability, presentation format and content. Our society has changed from barely having one black and white console television set in the home with most families viewing their favorite shows at a neighbor's home; a show broadcast on one of three stations: ABC, CBS or NBC. Now the average cable or satellite programming offers in excess of 450 channels. Video games have gone from big, bulky and arcade based innocuous games like Pong (by Atari) to extremely violent games hand-held games like Resident Evil run on an XBox. The internet also offers individuals the opportunity to interact with violent games, watch unrestricted/uncensored music videos and even hone their information on violence, weapons use, etc."
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Effects of Media Violence on Youth (2005, December 01) Retrieved October 22, 2020, from https://www.academon.com/research-paper/effects-of-media-violence-on-youth-87068/
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