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Unformatted text preview: Halvorsen1 June 21, 2010 Ligia Halvorsen Prof. Lieberman EBS 016-017 Practice test 3 V IOLENCE Violence is so much part of today’s society. Individuals have too much exposure to games, movies, everyday life. The ability to cope with situations such as teasing, mocking etc. that are so present between teenagers, but it also exists between adults. Good example is what happened in Virginia Tech or columbine. No justification can be done as far as the death of so many people, but the lessons can certainly be learned from such tragedies. The core of the problem is much deeper than originally thought. Children are vulnerable and easily impress, their brain is like a sponge, absorbing every piece of information given to them. As an adolescent, the brain continues to absorbed, the difference between children and young adults is that, the scale is much higher and it can be executer in a very costly way. The violence they have experience all those years are going to be expose, the damage already done to them mentally, physically, emotionally,...
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This note was uploaded on 05/30/2011 for the course EBS 031 taught by Professor Hummel during the Spring '08 term at Bergen Community College.

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