Violence Essay | Mass Media and Teen Violence

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Mass Media and Teen Violence

Summary: Essay provides a discussion of mass media and the effect on teen violence.
Mass media is responsible for teen violence because it feeds our culture's fixation on violence. It seems that violence has become a part of everyday American life. Even if teens aren't directly touched by violence, they are bombarded with violent images daily through basic mass media: television, the Internet, newspapers, magazines, movies, radio, recorded music, and video games.

Violent video games are not just for entertainment. If teens play violent games, they can think and act more aggressively. They can even see the world as hostile after playing these games. Not only can these games teach them to think violently, but practice being violent and using this information for real-life situations. I believe that playing these violent video games went too far in one incident.

In the Colorado massacre, Dylan Klebold and Eric Harris used pistol-grip shotguns, as in some video arcade games. The pools...

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