eng 1b tv violence

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English 1B Section 4 Craig Lore 21 October 2010 Watch and Learn In an era where wrestling superstars and mixed martial arts champions are seen as celebrities and role models, it is undeniable to admit that TV violence plays a major role in the young generation. However, these acts of violence seen on TV are not the main reasons why kids become violent or abusive. Proper guidance begins in the households. It is the parents’ or guardians’ responsibility to instill the proper morals and to provide their kids with a safe environment. In order to prevent TV violence from becoming imitated in real life situations, parents and guardians need to be responsible by being aware of what their kids watch, provide a loving and safe environment for them, and instill proper morals. Many TV shows convey violence and can be seen in numerous forms of genres ranging from cartoons, comedies, the news, to reality shows. Sometimes adults get very sensitive about certain issues being portrayed on TV that they become too concerned with censorship. Although
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