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Media Violence: A Cause Of Aggression Amongst Kids By Prathyusha Yanigandla (Final Paper)
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English 102 Final: Media Violence: A Cause Of Aggression Amongst Kids Media in general is highly influential to the minds of children and video games are no exception to this. Of all forms of media that children are exposed to, video games are the most common because they are the biggest selling toys of this generation and the most popular form of entertainment to kids across America. The effects it has on kids, good or bad is inevitable; although, more severe to some than others. I believe that what’s shown in video games plays a huge factor in the influence in behavior that we see in today’s generation of kids. It arbors aggression and deems such behavior as acceptable, as well as invoking already present, but mild forms of aggression within kids. Why else do we see advertising companies spending billions of dollars each year? Because the influence that it has on people actually holds true. This; however, doesn’t always have to be a direct brainwash, but a rather indirect and subconsciously gained influence. Some of the most important and major things we have come to know in our life, have not all been directly taught to us, but rather gained through the influence of media. For example, we
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This note was uploaded on 08/05/2011 for the course EN 101 taught by Professor Smith during the Spring '10 term at Montgomery College.

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