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Violence in the Media; How It Affects Children

Violence in the Media; How It Affects Children

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Published by: David G. Caban on Oct 13, 2009
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Media affects on children 1Violence in the media; how it affects children and adolescents.ByDavid Caban
Media affects on children 2AbstractMedia violence, which is a social role similar to both the parental and educationalrole, that plays in different types of environment, especially, within the home. Mediaviolence affects children in ways that affect their social skill development that would benefit their educational and critical development. It affects children in certain areas,such as, biosocial, and psychosocial behavior (Borden & Horowitz, 2002). Biosocial because it affects the physiological anatomy such as; the heart, brain, and the centralnervous system, which in lieu, affects their social development within their environment(Jarrett, 2005). Psychosocial behavior, because media violence which intensifies anearlier arousal of aggressive behavior, especially in children, as well as induces seizures,insomnia, and impairing interest in educational development (Anderson & Bushman,2002).This research would focus on other violent social setting that this learner strongly believes that is contributed to media violence as it intensifies aggressive behavior inchildren. Therefore, determine that media violence would just stimulate aggression, because it reflects both their social environment, as well as, their social learning process.Also, demonstrating any causal affect that media violence stimulates aggression can bedifficult for the sole reason, because of other social phenomenal factors that contributechildren to intensify aggression. Therefore, showing a correlation affect rather than acausal affect of media violence stimulating aggression amongst children.There is sufficient empirical evidence relating media violence stimulatingaggressive behavior in children already exposed to other social violent setting, than
Media affects on children 3media violence showing any causal affect stimulating aggression in children. However,this particular study relating causal affect of media violence stimulating aggression inchildren does need further exploration.Children developed their aggressive behavior either through genetic predisposition and-or their social environment through social inhibition (Watson, Fischer,Andreas, and Smith, 2001). That affects their cognitive response, which affects their social surroundings, which would potentially determine the behavriol outcome of children.

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