Lack of effective censorship in movies is the significant cause to violent behaviour amongst the innocent consumers. Movies are not censored enough for young viewers who are innocent and do not understand the content. The Journal of Studies on Alcohol and Drugs found that children who watch R-rated movies are most likely to start drinking at an early age, than those who do not watch such movies (O 'Neal). For instance a kid named Daniel Fox attempted to act out a dangerous stunt performed in the movie Jack-ass, Daniel crashed into a pole and eventually died. “Pornography and violence poison our music and movies and TV and video games” (Bacon Jr). Perry Bacon Jr restates what Mitt Romeny had said in his presidential Campaign, Mitt Romney is pointing o...
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...mes that contain violence, violent video games contributes to the crimes children addicts commit, the Columbine High School student were addicts of the popular violent game, Doom. The last example is, the lack of censorship on the internet ranging from pornography to videos that include violence profanity and abuse, these types of explicit content poisons the minds of children and gives them the sense that it is acceptable. If censorship in media is more effective in the future, parents will be able to teach their kids about the significance of the material once they have all grown up, rather than the media teaching the children. In conclusion, the lack of censorship is the only correlation between violence amongst youth, and if media was more censored, the youth violence rate should drop and children will be more concentrated on what is right for their age gropu.
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