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Media Violence Can Develop Desensitization in Children, Which Can Potentially Develop Anti-social Disorder and Violent Behavior

Media Violence Can Develop Desensitization in Children, Which Can Potentially Develop Anti-social Disorder and Violent Behavior

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Desensitization in Children
Media violence can develop desensitization in children, which can potentially develop anti-socialdisorder and violent behavior.ByDavid Caban, MBA
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Desensitization in Children
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Media violence is a social role model that tends to cultivate the minds and social behavior of children. This can result of children developing desentization to violence, which affects prosocial development. Also, children can develop aggressive and violent behavior at an earlier age. This can affect biopsychosocial development (Jarrett, 2005). For instance, it affects the brain, the heart and the central nervous system (CNS). In addition, this affects children’scognitive development, which impairs social skills, and critical skills development, whichimpedes social development (Chory-Assad, 2003; Jarrett, 2003). Media violence causes seizures,insomnia and impairing any interest in educational development (Anderson & Bushman, 2002).
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Desensitization in Children
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Title 1Abstract iIntroduction 4Statement of the problem 4I.How media violence develops desensitization in children. 6a.Emotional Desensitization 8 b.Cognitive Desensitization10c.Anti-social and violent behavior11II.The continuing process media influences violent behavior in children.13a.Social Cognitive approach, as it relates o media violence.14 b.The historical trend of media violence as it relates to society15c.How the media impacts society, especially children16d.Field study performed in schools and survey juvenile facility.19e.Participants & Procedure19f.Results19g.Laboratory studies20h.Participants & Procedure20i.Results20 j.Schematic and scriptive theories as it relates to media violence.22III.How children develop psychopathic behavior as a result to media violence.23a.Neurological disorders24 b.Physiological affects as a result to media violence.26c.Newer theories recently expounded on the desensitization theory.27IV.Media violence having no evidence of having any causal affects.28a.Misrepresentation of earlier findings29 b.Disruptive behavior disorder vs. normal behavior in children.30c.Children diagnosis with the predisposition to violent behavior.31V.Conclusion32VI.Recommendation34VII.References35
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