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Every single person goes through life experiencing the same obstacles. Learning how to ride a bike or maybe losing a tooth but throughout the ups and downs, people gain an insight; an observation that can be told. Whether it’s from themselves or to the world. This vulnerability can draw people in but sometimes it can also draw them out. Emotions are one of those obstacles. Young children lack the understanding and complexity of the world around them. To simply put it, parents are lacking the proper
In the 21st century, society is noticing a drastic change in the new generation. Going outside has become a thing of the past for some and many parents struggle to get their children to stop playing video games. Submersed in the world of violent video games, society has started to scorn the idea of them. Though video games seem to have a lot of drawbacks, other parts of society encourage the development of video games. While many believe that video games are detrimental to society they actually hold
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Parents and other adults have begun to become more concerned about violent video games due to the increased reality in the games. However, society may not realize how children and teens are affected by these games. In modern times, children and young adults are affected by violent games in a negative way by causing changes in their behavior. The average American child watches 28 hours of television a week and by the age of eighteen will have seen 16,000 murders and 200,000 violent acts (Gallagher)