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T.V. Violence

             Rooms across the nation there is an outlet for violence that often goes unnoticed. It's the television that children watch they are pulled into worlds of violence which consist of fast-pasted scenes of gun battles, fight scenes other high aderline rush action scenes. .
             Much research has gone into showing why children are drawn to T.V. violence. Research has shown that television is definitely a major source of violent behavior. It shows that aggression and television viewing goes hand in hand. There are people that are trying to solve this problem. While there are others that are ignoring it and hope it will go away. However the studies have found that violent television causes children to behave violently. .
             Violent television viewing affects children and their behavior. The effects have been seen in a number of cases. In the state of New York a 16-year-old boy broke into a cellar, and when the police caught him they asked why he was wearing gloves and replied that he had learned to do so he would not leave fingerprints from T.V. In another case in the state of California, a seven-year-old boy sprinkled ground-up glass into the lamb stew that his family was to eat for dinner, which he saw on a TV. show and wanted to see if the effects would be the same as on TV. Both of these are startling examples of how television can affect a Childs mind. It must be pointed out that all of these situations were caused by children who viewed violent programming.
             Not only does television violence affect the child's youth, but it can also affect their adulthood. Some psychologists and psychiatrists feel that continued exposure to violent programs can prematurely speed up the impact of adult hood. This can force the child into a kind of premature maturity. As the child matures into an adult, they can become confused, and have greater distrust towards others, as a result an insincere approach to adult problems, and even a refusal to deal with the adult life as stated on the Website Health link medical college of Wisconsin.

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