television violence

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Michael Klingensmith Comp and Rhetoric Mr. Steiner September 5, 2006 Considering the controversy of the topic both articles presented concrete ideas and provided a quality argument to why television may be to violent. However I saw Kolata’s paper to be extreme, it seemed like he thought that television was the cause of all violence in the entire world. Kolata says that “teenagers and young adults who watch more than one hour of television a day are more likely to engage in aggressive behavior.” Horin’s article was far less extreme in comparison to Kolata’s piece. However Horin seemed to be more focused on the younger children, as well as time slots that violent cartoons were aired. Kolata spoke about a test performed in on children from various families in New York. The results showed that the children who watched more than seven hours of television a week were more likely to embark on an aggressive act later in their years. This can be relative to Horins article because he mentions specific violence in everyday
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This note was uploaded on 04/21/2008 for the course EN 111 taught by Professor Steiner during the Spring '08 term at John Carroll.

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