The following words are common and were removed from the search query: tv


Your search returned over 400 essays for "tv violence"
<< Previous  1  2  3  4  5    Next >>

What is Domestic Violence?

- Violence is not a new thing, for centuries human beings have been violent one towards another. We as humans have to deal with different types of violence in every day life and some types of violence that we may experience are; child abuse, spousal abuse or domestic violence, violence directed towards elderly, sexual assault and harassment, professional misconduct, teen violence, murder is a act of violence, stalking in some way may be classified as type of violence. It is in human nature to do violence one or another way....   [tags: Violence Against Women Essays]

Strong Essays
1565 words | (4.5 pages) | Preview

The Violence Of Women And Children

- Women are subjected to the worst types of violence every day in a nation that guarantees equality and freedom to each and every citizen. These acts of violence occur mostly within the structure of domestic violence relationships. This is due to long standing and deeply penetrating socially accepted double standards that women find themselves forced to live and cope with this brutality. Sometimes, women within domestic violence situations must kill to escape. Yet, when these women are forced to kill to obtain freedom, they find themselves confronting even more victimization from the legal system....   [tags: Domestic violence, Child abuse, Abuse]

Better Essays
1855 words | (5.3 pages) | Preview

Children, Media, and Violence

- "The evidence is overwhelming. To argue against it, the link between media violence and teen violence is like arguing against gravity," said Jeffrey McIntyre, legislative and federal affairs officer for the American Psychological Association. As children are exposed to acts of violence in the media through television, video games, music, movies, etc. alarming results are occurring. The main negative effect being an increase in aggression among youth who are regularly exposed to the media and an increase in violent patterns as they mature into adulthood....   [tags: Media Violence and Aggression]

Powerful Essays
1417 words | (4 pages) | Preview

Effects of Domestic Violence

- Thousands of homes have been breached by domestic violence, separating many families over the past years. The confrontational battle between spouses, former spouses, and children has been a hot topic to major media sources. Thousands of women are beaten by their husbands every year, and reports aren’t nearly as close to the incidents that occur. A lot of people wonder what the definite reason is for household abuse. Blog sites have argued the fact of this blazing topic for years, and it continues to boil in the pots towards the future....   [tags: Violence Against Women Essays]

Good Essays
548 words | (1.6 pages) | Preview

Domestic Violence And Its Effects

- ... Violent resistance is a defensive mechanism that is legally known as self-defense. Women who are abused with Coercive Controlling Violence usually will resist it with their own violence (Kelly & Johnson, 2008, p.484). Situational couple violence is similar to the emotional abuse in coercive controlling violence. In the general population of married spouses and partners, situational couple violence is the most common type of physical aggression, which generally results from arguments that escalates into physical violence....   [tags: Domestic violence, Child abuse, Abuse]

Better Essays
1519 words | (4.3 pages) | Preview

America’s Culture of Violence

- Mark Twain Once said, “America is the only country that went from barbarism to decadence without civilization in between.” Who could disagree with him. Show me another country where someone would walk into an elementary school with the intent to kill as many children as possible. In comparison to other first world countries, America proves to be the leading nation in terms of violence. We have people who murder innocent victims without cause or regret. Criminals always seem to be sad that they were caught....   [tags: america's culture of violence, decadence]

Better Essays
1024 words | (2.9 pages) | Preview

Violence Against Children

- Violence against children is a phenomenon happening worldwide, in forms of physical, psychological violence. Children are deprived of care, basic social services, health care and education, child abuse, neglect, exploitation, forced to beg, trafficked. Children are still one of the social groups at risk, facing many problems that remain unresolved. Although the consequences may vary according to the type and severity of the violence, the short and long-term consequences for children are very often serious and destructive and are costly....   [tags: Domestic Violence]

Strong Essays
1016 words | (2.9 pages) | Preview

Analysis of Gun Violence in the US

- "We're not doing enough." President Obama vowed to use his power to curb gun violence after the slaying of 26 people in Newtown Connecticut. Chicago. The very place where the now President served as governor 4,265 people were murdered in just the city almost identical to Operation Iraqi Freedom which lasted nine years, with a total of 4,422 killed. Guns are currently being used in this society for, hunting, in the military drill team, for war and by the police force. Guns are also misused for murders, suicides, and gang activity....   [tags: guns, gun violence, gun control]

Better Essays
620 words | (1.8 pages) | Preview

Issues with Domestic Violence

- Domestic violence is a complex issue that plagues society regularly. Judicial systems all over the United States have attempted to create regulations to protect victims of domestic abuse. Furthermore, scattered scarcely throughout the United States are non-profit and small organizations which attempt to supplement the judicial protection with additional resources. Nevertheless, domestic abuse seems to be much bigger than any services these systems can maintain. Victims of domestic violence suffer with harmful issues even judicial and non-profit systems have yet to overcome and as society advances, even more issue seem to arise....   [tags: Violence Against Women Essays]

Powerful Essays
1417 words | (4 pages) | Preview

Domestic Violence And Its Effects

- ... I felt that my childhood did not represent a family, but rather a continuous battle over who retained more power over us children and the resources. I deemed relationships as degrading and selfish due to the domestic violence I witness in my parent’s marriage. This corresponds directly with the text, as it states, “Frequent exposure to domestic violence predisposes children to numerous social and physical problems and teaches them that violence is normal in life” (Olson, DeFrain, & Skogrand, 2014, p....   [tags: Domestic violence, Child abuse, Abuse]

Strong Essays
1077 words | (3.1 pages) | Preview

Domestic Violence : No Way Out

- No Way Out Throughout our state, our country, and our world, there is a rarely spoken of problem destroying the lives of innocent people every day. In America, 1 in every 4 women become victims of domestic violence (safehorizon.org). In many areas, there are programs that incorporate a combination of resources, to keep victims safe while simultaneously ensuring that they have a way to get out and stay out of abusive relationships. Here in Hays, many incidents of domestic violence are never fully resolved, resulting in the victim fleeing and reuniting with the abuser after finding they have nowhere to turn....   [tags: Abuse, Domestic violence, Child abuse]

Better Essays
2162 words | (6.2 pages) | Preview

Domestic Violence in Advertising

- Domestic abuse is a very important issue. Someone can be abused physically, mentally, and verbally. These 1950’s Ads show woman being abused mentally and physically. Even though the ads aren’t explicitly promoting abuse, they use abuse to help sell their product. The ads argue that women are inferior to men because one shows a woman basically slaving over her husband and in the other one the husband is beating his wife. The image of the husband spanking his wife because she hadn’t been buying the fresh store-bought coffee is in black and white....   [tags: Violence Against Women Essays]

Free Essays
752 words | (2.1 pages) | Preview

Domestic Violence And Its Effects

- In the United States, domestic violence calls are one of the most common issues that police officers and other law enforcement personnel deal with. However, this approach places all involved in a reactionary mode rather than a preventive or proactive mode when dealing with domestic abuse. In order to both reduce the number of domestic violence occurrences and the resulting need for police intervention as well as protecting the abused; stronger prevention and early intervention programs should be implemented....   [tags: Domestic violence, Child abuse, Abuse]

Better Essays
1787 words | (5.1 pages) | Preview

The Domestic Violence Assistance System

- Unfortunately, there have been faults in the domestic violence assistance system. Summers and Hoffman stated that, “extensive services/interventions were often developed in the absence of scientific knowledge of the problem and without adequate coordination among law enforcement, social agencies, and health care advocacy groups” because of the rush there was to respond towards domestic violence (181). Starting with the Family Prevention and Service Act, the National Network to End Domestic Violence website claims that it funds “emergency shelters, hotlines, counseling and advocacy, and primary and secondary intervention” (1)....   [tags: Child abuse, Domestic violence, Abuse]

Strong Essays
1326 words | (3.8 pages) | Preview

Domestic Violence And Its Effects

- Society is outraged about domestic violence and its dangers; however, leaving is always easier said than done. Constantly society is hearing about domestic violence victims as women and sometimes, even the lesser and more quieter man as the victim, but rarely knows what to do about it. There have been so many different responses but one of the most egregious responses has been to actually arrest and punish the victim. Society needs to explore what has happened or how this came to be and fix this horrible problem....   [tags: Domestic violence, Abuse, Psychological abuse]

Strong Essays
3685 words | (10.5 pages) | Preview

Domestic Violence And Domestic Abuse

- In the U.S. the average number of domestic violence cases that are reported per year is 134,903 (National Domestic Violence Hotline, 2012). Domestic violence is present throughout all of the United States, whether the people of society recognize it or it is under the radar and not seen. In today’s society domestic violence is actually very common in homes whether it is between a man and a woman or a parent and child. Domestic violence can be defined in many different ways because there are several diverse types of domestic abuse....   [tags: Abuse, Child abuse, Domestic violence]

Strong Essays
2925 words | (8.4 pages) | Preview

Living With Community Violence : Positive Development

- Living with Community Violence: Positive Development and Resiliency or Abnormal Development and Delinquency in Inner City Youth As I lay awake in the middle of the night, I hear the gunshots outside. It’s a nightly ritual that scares my eleven year old mind and body to death. My junior high school is being used for target practice again by the gangs and the drug dealers that live nearby. It’s a daily routine for my principal to try and clean up all bullet casings before the students arrive in the morning but we always find some....   [tags: Domestic violence, Violence, Youth, Child abuse]

Strong Essays
3834 words | (11 pages) | Preview

Domestic Violence and Abuse

- Domestic abuse, also known as domestic violence, can occur between two people in an intimate relationship. The abuser is not always the man; it can also be the woman. Domestic abuse can happen between a woman and a man, a man and a man, or a woman and a woman. Domestic abuse shows no preference. If one partner feels abusive, it does not matter their sexual orientation, eventually the actions they are feeling will come out towards their partner. Other people often overlook domestic abuse. People generally do not like to get themselves involved in other people’s problems, especially when they believe there might be problems at home....   [tags: social issues, domestic violence]

Strong Essays
1146 words | (3.3 pages) | Preview

Domestic Violence And Its Effects

- Domestic Violence There are an alarming rate of women being battered in the US. However this does not exclude the men whom are a victims of domestic violence. Being in an abusive relationship can not only effect your physical and mental state, it can also have an economic impact. Men and women that are being abused may also have to deal with stalking, harassments, being rape or even murdered by their domestic partner. 1 in 15 children are exposed to intimate partner violence each year, and 90% of these children are eyewitnesses to this violence....   [tags: Domestic violence, Abuse, Child abuse]

Better Essays
1196 words | (3.4 pages) | Preview

Domestic Violence And Its Effects On Children

- Abstract The purpose of this research study is to inform the reader and argue the risk factors for men or women becoming victims of or abusers in domestic violence. Domestic violence has been a major controversial issue in the recent past and it continues to be till today. This is one of the major issues and crimes that law enforcement face in our community and this is due to family poverty, children witnessing family violence as a child and heavy substance abuse in the household. Domestic violence is violence that occurs between couples who are living together or once did live together in a conjugal relationship....   [tags: Domestic violence, Child abuse, Abuse, Violence]

Strong Essays
1674 words | (4.8 pages) | Preview

Political Violence in South Africa

- Repression by the South African government during the apartheid era, has hurt the ability for civil society groups to form. Instead of channeling grievances through civil society organizations that act as a “safety valve” for discontent in a more peaceful way, most South Africans who want to get their voices heard end up using violence as a tool in order to bring political gain.1 The use of violence as a component of South Africa's political culture was originated during the 1980s anti-apartheid struggle, where the ANC and other underground anti-apartheid groups would use violent and militaristic actions, language, and ideas to get their voices heard as part of social mobilization....   [tags: south africa, political violence, anc]

Better Essays
935 words | (2.7 pages) | Preview

The Inequality Of Domestic Violence

- ... These patterns between men and women serve as “a micropolitical structure that underlies and supports the macropolitical structure”, as observed by Henley and Harvey (1985). The ways in which men and women communicate reflects the sexist notions of patriarchy, as well as reinforces societal power imbalance between the sexes. The societal roles of the genders create expectations that can affect people’s perceptions of power and how they express it in their relationships. The inclination for women to submit and men to dominate becomes almost natural, due to societal pressures and expectations....   [tags: Gender, Sociology, Domestic violence, Feminism]

Strong Essays
814 words | (2.3 pages) | Preview

Possible Early Experiences of Domestic Violence

- Children deserve a safe, violence free parents who will love, and protect them; they also need stability in that when things go wrong outside the home, then their homes become a place of safety, comfort, love, help and support. According to United Nations International Emergency Children’s Fund (UNICEF, 2006) yearly hundreds of millions of children are exposed to domestic violence, and this leaves a profound negative impact in their lives and that of their future; furthermore, these children not only witness those violent acts but also hear the sounds and may be aware of the signs; it is a global fact....   [tags: family violence, domestic violence, child abuse]

Powerful Essays
2259 words | (6.5 pages) | Preview

Understanding the Domestic Violence Epidemic

- Domestic violence is an epidemic in our society with dramatic, negative effects on individuals, families and communities. Domestic violence is a crime that knows no economic, racial, ethnic, religious, age or gender limits. Women who are victims of domestic violence most likely are also victims of sexual assault and, stalking. A domestic violence victim may experience systematic rape in addition to physical and psychological abuse. According to Backman, (p.54) nearly one in every four women are beaten or raped by a partner during adulthood....   [tags: Violence Against Women, women's rights]

Powerful Essays
1573 words | (4.5 pages) | Preview

Current Policy And Laws On Domestic Violence

- Current policy and laws on domestic violence This essay is to question if current policy and laws are enough for the domestic and family violence that is commonplace today. The laws and policies regarding this issue have steadily grown since 1994, the violence committed within families, by partner’s spouse’s men and women with who you have an acquaintance is also slowly rising. “Domestic violence, is reaching epidemic proportions and affects men, women and children of all races and social and economic levels." (https://www.universalclass.com/i/course/domestic-violence-counseling-guide.htm)....   [tags: Domestic violence, Child abuse, Abuse, Violence]

Strong Essays
1868 words | (5.3 pages) | Preview

Animal Abuse And Domestic Violence

- ... These categories may help with the detainment of criminals in a larger scale and may also help create strategies for intervention. The most common animals who receive abuse are dogs, cats, horses, and livestock. According to pet-abuse.com, a shocking 64.5 percent of the victims of animal abuse are dogs, 25 percent of cases involved livestock and 18 percent involved cats. A child’s mind is a messy place. There is a difference between a child accidentally harming the family pet and feeling remorse versus a child intentionally harming the pet and getting satisfaction from it....   [tags: Child abuse, Abuse, Domestic violence]

Better Essays
1059 words | (3 pages) | Preview

Unhappy Marriages And Domestic Violence

- ... The document “Unhappy Marriages” describes how George Whalley was not industrious because “at a proper age, [he] was put Apprentice to one Richard Norbut.” (Unhappy Marriages, 4) It was not until his second marriage where it went all downhill when he committed murder. The increased crime rate was due to the increased population in England which in turn increased the amount of people in poverty. It was considered a social problem because each parish had to make provisions for the deserving poor....   [tags: Marriage, Husband, Crime, Domestic violence]

Strong Essays
1504 words | (4.3 pages) | Preview

Domestic Violence And Its Effects On Society

- ... All through the victim childhood she witnessed her mother get physically assaulted numerous times that it became a norm. For this reason the victim claims that she never understood the meaning of being in a healthy relationship. Virginia experienced the cycle of violence, which pressured her to stay in this inhumane relationship. She went through all the stages including the “incident stage” where her partner would physically, sexually and emotionally abused her. During the “tension building stage” the perpetrator would become angry or irritated at the victim for whatever reason....   [tags: Domestic violence, Abuse, Child abuse, Violence]

Strong Essays
1111 words | (3.2 pages) | Preview

It's Time to Get Tough on Domestic Violence

- Domestic Violence occurs to one in every four women in the United States and about one in every four fail to report it. There are a variety of solutions to resolve this issue. One solution is to establish a zero tolerance policy for first time offenders. Another solution is to provide temporary counseling for both victims and offenders to provide them help for their unstable relationship. Lastly, offenders are mandated to wear ankle bracelets that have prior records of Domestic Violence; this will overrun the restraining order policy amongst victims....   [tags: Violence Against Women Essays]

Term Papers
2182 words | (6.2 pages) | Preview

Swords to Ploughshares : The Social Causes of Violence

- Human beings aren’t killing each other as much as we used to. Violent crimes such as murders, rapes, assaults etc. are on a statistical decline, not just in the United States, but on a global average as well. While still far from that ideal utopia mankind dreams of, we have come a long way since the days of World Wars, rampant racism, and wonton infliction of agony. Have we just grown bored of all pillaging and raping. Are we now realizing that violence is not the answer but the problem. Or have men like Mahatma Gandhi and women like Arundhati Roy challenged our intellect and ushered us onto the path of peace....   [tags: violence, menatilty, disobedience, peace]

Better Essays
2123 words | (6.1 pages) | Preview

Social Determinants of Interpersonal Violence and Health

- Ans-1 Social determinants of interpersonal violence Relatively high rates of violence have been reported over the years among members of certain ethnic and racial groups and urban inhabitants. African Americans and Native Americans have comparatively high rates of assaultive interpersonal violence and homicide. Big cities continue to experience high rates of violence, focussed mainly among young black males in the United States. Immigrant groups, especially second and third generations, have higher rates of delinquency and violence than the more privileged and settled ethnic groups that moved earlier to the US....   [tags: health, violence, racial, gender]

Powerful Essays
1826 words | (5.2 pages) | Preview

The Effects Of Domestic Violence On Children

- ... Many people know that as a child is watching and listening to what is going on, they tend to guess what caused the “fight” or they imagine what the consequences will be next. 40% of children have reported they have witnessed or heard threats and violence (Cunningham, Baker, 2007). Children are very good observers, but very poor interpreters. They may be listening and seeing what is going on, yet they do not understand the situation the way adults would. Behavioral Outcomes Several studies have shown that adolescents who are visible to any type of violence in the home may end up suffering from a variety of effects....   [tags: Child abuse, Physical abuse, Domestic violence]

Strong Essays
2332 words | (6.7 pages) | Preview

Children: Innocent Victims of Domestic Violence

- Domestic violence is comprised of willful intimidation, assault, battery, sexual assault or other abusive behavior committed by an intimate partner against another. According to The National Center for Victims of Crime (2011), aggressors of domestic violence persistently disparage, degrade or humiliate their partners. Unfortunately, domestic violence victims are known to habitually blame their own actions, rather than the violent behavior of the abuser. Conversely, violence perpetrated by abusers is repetitively self-driven and depends little on the victims' behavior....   [tags: Violence Against Children]

Term Papers
2112 words | (6 pages) | Preview

Patriarchal Terrorism, A Form Of Domestic Violence Against Women

- ... This created oppression and limitations for women to obtain equal rights an opportunities. For this reason, the historical developments of patriarchal family structures led to the submissiveness of women. The lack of financial resources was an essential factor that contribute for women’s compliance with male authority. Women were seemed as unable to make rational choice in all systems of society. The criminal justice system was in many ways favoring men by not recognizing the domestic abuse experienced by married women....   [tags: Domestic violence, Violence against women]

Strong Essays
1699 words | (4.9 pages) | Preview

Domestic Violence and Abuse: A Global Epidemic

- Domestic violence is a serious issue that negatively impacts women in our society. “Domestic abuse is a violent confrontation between family or household members involving physical harm, sexual assault, or fear of physical harm” (Domestic Violence). Although domestic violence can impact men as well, this type of abuse seems to be more prevalent among women. This abuse destroys families and can even lead to death in some cases. Even though there has been improvement in spreading awareness about this social injustice, much more work must be done to put an end to domestic violence to protect families around the world....   [tags: Violence Against Women Essays]

Better Essays
881 words | (2.5 pages) | Preview

Media Violence or Myth?

- Media violence is a topic that has warranted much discussion from active citizens, critics, and scientific researchers on both sides of the argument. In order to better understand the media violence debate a clear definition of violence, or aggression, must be established. However, one of the reasons that the heated discussion over media violence even exists is because of the difficulty in accomplishing this task. “Aggression is a highly complex phenomenon, whose etiology includes a wide variety of psychological, social, and circumstantial factors....   [tags: nature of aggression, TV causes violence]

Term Papers
2585 words | (7.4 pages) | Preview

The Effects Of Domestic Violence On Children

- ... During violent incidents children may try to rescue their mother, or try to take attention away from the parent being abused, often times seeking outside help; i.e. calling the police, running to a neighbor. A child’s ability to cope with violent situations serves them when trapped with abuse. Other coping behaviors harm more than help, like running away. Male children tend to rationalize the violent behavior they experience; blaming their mother for her own victimization, see women as inferior, and excuses the abusers behavior....   [tags: Child abuse, Violence, Abuse, Psychological abuse]

Better Essays
815 words | (2.3 pages) | Preview

A Research Project On Domestic Violence

- ... In Wentendorf (2000) article she talks about how domestic violence is not mainly based on physical abuse and mentions that when a man talks about physical abuse, then the women are more likely to suffer from the assault or battery (p. 1). When there is domestic violence around there is love mixed with hope, fear, isolation and intimidation (Waentendorf, 2000, p.1) as a result of women that still feel for the man who they once fell in love with and they just don’t want to let go of the feeling she has when she is with him....   [tags: Abuse, Domestic violence, Child abuse, Police]

Strong Essays
1480 words | (4.2 pages) | Preview

Media Violence Affecting Our Mental Stability

- ... Accordingly, the government should be restricting content to remove violence from the media because violence in the media sets an inappropriate example for young children. In the article, “ Violence Keeps Kids Out of the Picture” says that, “I later watched part of the trilogy myself and found it so disturbing that I would not want my son to watch it even as an 18-year-old.” (Sheehan). This conveys that even though there may be an age limit on the movie, his own parents wouldn 't want their child watching the movie because of all the inappropriate/violence seen in it....   [tags: Violence, Aggression, Media violence research]

Strong Essays
2090 words | (6 pages) | Preview

What is the Cause of Teen Violence

- "Teen violence refers to harmful behaviors that can start early and continue into young adulthood" (Teen Violence). As generations continue to pass, the issue of teen violence remains. Why do kids act the way they do. What factors into their violent behavior. Questions like these do not have straight answers; instead, they seek out people's differing opinions. John Leo, Mike Males, Gloria Steinem, Charlie James, Chuck Shelton, Annette Fuentes, and James Garbarino share their opinions about the controversy of teen violence through newspaper and magazine articles....   [tags: Teen Violence, Harmful Behaviors, Young Adulthood]

Strong Essays
1019 words | (2.9 pages) | Preview

Ways in Which the Media Has Desensitized People to Violence

- As I sat in Alexander Hall at Invitation to Excellence, I looked around at the faces as the segment from The Dark Night played. I was struck by the faces of the students in the room—some were amused to an extent and the others were nearly expressionless—as they watched Batman pound The Joker’s head onto a table. The thought “how has the gore of movies desensitized our culture to the violence around them?” ran through my mind as I watched the students, products of our culture’s repugnant media. Statistics show, according to the American Psychiatric Association, that by eighteen years of age, an adolescent in the United States will have seen 16,000 simulated murders and 200,000 acts of violenc...   [tags: media and violence]

Better Essays
785 words | (2.2 pages) | Preview

Violence in Video Games

- Video games have greatly changed since their first appearance in the early 70s with games like Pong and Asteroid. From involving mainly just shapes, video games have evolved into whole worlds of their own that sometimes look extremely realistic. This has made the ever increasing violence in games look more and more graphic as games continue to look better. Today while most violent games have ratings put on them that prohibit them for kids, children still manage to get their hands on them. These violent video games, that children shouldn’t be playing, must have an effect on them....   [tags: children, negative behaviour, graphic violence]

Better Essays
862 words | (2.5 pages) | Preview

Media Violence

- Violence has been a contributing negative factor to society throughout history. Many researchers believe that the use of violent media, particularly video games, play a huge role in the downward trend of behavior and attitude of youth, and that this behavior continues to spiral out of control. However, other researchers believe that since violence has been occurring since the beginning of time, that adolescence are as capable today of violence, as they were a thousand years ago. Research has been found to link violent maladaptive behavior to the use of video games, but other researchers believe that the outcome is inconsistent to the findings, since the results are often skewed....   [tags: Television Violence ]

Better Essays
1535 words | (4.4 pages) | Preview

The Global Epidemic of Violence Against Women

- In today’s global society violence against women is a grave issue of epidemic proportions. “Violence against women takes a variety of forms, all of which are violations of the fundamental rights of women,(50 Nnadi)” and the unequal position of women compared to men directly relates to violence against women, including sexual abuse (UN).Through this patriarchy women’s lack of individual rights and freedoms has been the largest correlating aspect to violence against women. Some key examples of how a lack of women’s rights has created ideal circumstances for violence against women to take over include Crimes of Honor, Genital Manipulation, Femicide, Sexual Violence, Domestic Violence, Widowhood...   [tags: Violence Against Women is Global]

Research Papers
3098 words | (8.9 pages) | Preview

Youth Violence Rates And How Recreational Programs

- ... According to Loeber, Denno and Farrington in younger children violence can be linked to low academic standings. By increasing confidence through programs which allow youth fun ways to learn and change their view on school to a positive one. Majority of the most influential reasons for youth violence comes from social behaviors. With children being either too egotistic or insecure and the most substantial being antisocial. Having recreational programs would change these behaviors in youth because it would allow them to interact with other people, new people and in this learning new ways to cope, open up and understand things in different ways....   [tags: Aggression, Violence]

Strong Essays
1637 words | (4.7 pages) | Preview

The Issue of Xenophobia and How it Leads to Violence

- The shocking and outrageous xenophobia, which is an irrational fear or hatred of foreigners, has hit South Africa. I want to discuss this terrible behaviour with you today because I believe it is important that people should know about the issue of xenophobia and how it leads to violence and racism amongst the people within South Africa, as well as the effects it has on South Africa and its people as a whole. I also believe that if people are more aware of this situation, they can educate others and try finding a solution to decrease and possibly prevent the issue of xenophobia....   [tags: xenophobia, south africa, violence]

Better Essays
975 words | (2.8 pages) | Preview

Domestic Violence Against Women in Canada

- Introduction Intimate partner violence has been a significant issue for centuries in all countries. "Since 1974, nearly 2,600 spousal homicides have been recorded in Canada" (Bunge, 2002). Of these homicides, more than three-quarters have been against women. Although through feminism and the women's liberation movement, there has been a slight improvement in the incidences of violence against women, there has also been a drastic change in the perception of the issue by society. After reviewing the most recent literature on violence against women and victimization through intimate partners, it has become prevalent that there are now two crucial stances that are taken....   [tags: Violence Against Women Essays]

Strong Essays
2259 words | (6.5 pages) | Preview

A Dry Eye For Victims Of Violence

- It is often criticized and debated that video games influence an individual toward gaining an aggressive or violent behavior. The main audience associated with gaming is usually children or teens, their amount of playing dominantly shapes their attitudes, values, and behaviors. Constantly, gaming companies enhance their video games with more realistic graphics, sounds effects, and scenarios. These enhancements not only lead the game to be depicted as more realistic but, as well, visualized as more violent and aggressive....   [tags: Video game, Video game genres, Violence]

Better Essays
1530 words | (4.4 pages) | Preview

The Effects Of Media Violence On Our Youth 's Behavior

- ... Many shows are used for humor but children can take them as an okay behavior. Such as the television show Jack Ass. The show has young men doing outrageous stunts that can be extremely dangerous. Children can see this show as a cool, funny television show that they can actually react. The acts on this show can result to injuries, or other risky behaviors. Children that are exposed to most action movies can more than likely imitate the violent behavior being shown in the movies. For example, children view the ‘good guy’ using violent behavior to solve the problem with the ‘bad guy’....   [tags: Violence, Media violence research, Television]

Better Essays
896 words | (2.6 pages) | Preview

Is Violence A Effective Treatment For Violent Behavior?

- ... Novaco (2011) also called attention to the increasing amount of data suggesting that anger “impels violent behavior among forensic population” (p. 659). It is no surprise, then, that anger and anger regulation are a common problem among the offender population, anger being a risk factors for offending behavior. After being discharged in hospitals, it was found that patients high in anger were “more than twice as likely to be violent in the community at 20 weeks” (Novaco, 2011, p. 658). Approximately two-thirds of homicides committed can be attributed to anger or negative affective arousal (Howells, 2009)....   [tags: Aggression, Anger, Violence, Emotion]

Better Essays
1460 words | (4.2 pages) | Preview

Media Violence Increases The Risk Of Aggressive Behavior Children

- The Academy of Pediatrics says, “significant exposure to media violence increases the risk of aggressive behavior children; it desensitizes them to violence, crime and makes them believe that the world is a ‘meaner and scarier’ place than it is”. On October 9th 2013, a nine year old boy stowed away on an airplane, stole a car, and went for a joy ride. His reason, he thought that he was playing the popular video game Grand Theft Auto V. We are never more vulnerable than when we are in our youth. Growing up movies and television shows have come to play major roles in society....   [tags: Violence, Media violence research, Aggression]

Strong Essays
3509 words | (10 pages) | Preview

The Domestic Violence, Sexual Assault, And Human Trafficking

- ... Furthermore, only 30% of sexual assault cases are reported to authorities. Why. There are many reasons sexual assault cases go unreported. Among them, include that victims don’t want to retell the story over and over again, they may be afraid that no one will believe them, or worse, they are not sure of what rape/sexual assault actually is. With human trafficking, Florida just encountered the largest sting operation, Operation Human Freedom, in its history back in March 2015. There were 15 men and women arrested....   [tags: Domestic violence, Violence against women]

Strong Essays
745 words | (2.1 pages) | Preview

How to Reduce the Rate of Domestic Violence

- As professional athletes remind us on a weekly basis, domestic violence is a social problem which continues to plague the nation. Through stricter law enforcement, improved hospital reporting techniques, and nationwide education and counseling, this problem can be reduced. Domestic violence has many different names such as, family violence, battering, wife beating, and domestic abuse. All these terms refer to the same thing, abuse by marital, common law, or a dating partner in an intimate relationship....   [tags: Preventing Domestic Violence]

Term Papers
2227 words | (6.4 pages) | Preview

Domestic Violence Of The United States

- ... Not many. The abused person is just too afraid of the repercussions of getting the abuser in trouble. You are more likely to hear about abuse from a friend who is, or has experienced it, or someone has a friend dealing with it. Yet no one wants to interfere or get involved and make things worse for the victims, but these people need advocates. Victims are being controlled in almost every aspect of their lives. Many victims of domestic violence, fear for their lives at all times. The Joyful Heart Foundation states that, “The roots of domestic violence and other types of violent relationships are linked to power and control”....   [tags: Child abuse, Domestic violence, Physical abuse]

Strong Essays
840 words | (2.4 pages) | Preview

Geography: Violence and Poverty in The History of Libya

- Throughout Libya’s history, there has been violence and poverty. Even while Libya was controlled by other nations, it continued to be invaded. Currently there is revolution in Libya while its new government attempts to put together the pieces. Thousands of people are being killed in the struggle for power. Libya is a relatively new independent country. It has spent most of its history controlled by other nations. These countries include Italy, United Kingdom, and France. Libya became an independent nation on 24 December 1951....   [tags: Violence, poverty, revolution]

Better Essays
970 words | (2.8 pages) | Preview

The Effects Of Domestic Violence On Children

- ... This behaviour shown is absolutely repugnant,the police should be constantly supporting victims,instead they are breaching duty of care, which is expected from police officers as they are expected to take on such duties,as part of their job role!I agree with your point of view as the service given by the police is “alarming and ineffective”.The police are exemplified as a source of security,however with the current attitude,they are completely hopeless.Emotional support is not available,given victims should always be shown commiseration when they are being dealt with, by the police service....   [tags: Child abuse, Domestic violence, Physical abuse]

Strong Essays
1031 words | (2.9 pages) | Preview

Media Violence And Its Effects On Children

- ... Hostile attribution bias is the tendency to perceive ambiguous actions by others as hostile. After received consent from parent with an overall consent level over 70%, the children completed three initial surveys consisting of “peer-nomination measure of aggressive and prosocial behavior, a self-report survey of media habits and a self-report measure of hostile attribution bias” (p. 196). The teachers were also asked to complete one survey reporting frequency of children’s aggressive and prosocial behaviors....   [tags: Aggression, Violence, Relational aggression]

Strong Essays
1176 words | (3.4 pages) | Preview

The Debate Over Video Game Violence

- Approximately 90% of American kids ages 8 to 16 play video games for about 13 hours a week (Harding). There are many different kinds of video games but the particular genre that is becoming more and more popular among kids is violent video games. Games like “Grand Theft Auto”, “Call of Duty”, “Hitman” and “Mortal Kombat”. Each year these games become more realistic and more violent, leading some people to believe that there is actually a link between video game violence and real life violence. For decades research has been done on this topic to see if violence in video games can cause more aggressive behaviors in players, especially younger players....   [tags: Video Game Violence]

Strong Essays
1240 words | (3.5 pages) | Preview

Violence in Video Games

- Imagine a calm setting at work one day and you get a phone call. It’s your child’s elementary school principal and he has awful news. An intruder has broken into your child’s school and he or she has performed what is commonly known as a school shooting. Things become hectic as you rush to the school to see if your child is okay. Luckily, he comes out of the school safely and you wrap him in your arms while other families are devastated by the results of the school shooting. The shooter’s motive was a result of playing violent video games....   [tags: Shooting, Violence, Profanity, Video Games]

Powerful Essays
1558 words | (4.5 pages) | Preview

Power, Control and the Cycle of Domestic Violence

- Domestic violence has been plaguing our society for years. There are many abusive relationships, and the only question to ask is: why. The main answer is control. The controlling characteristic that males attribute to their masculinity is the cause to these abusive relationships. When males don’t have control they feel their masculinity is threatened and they need to do something about it. This doesn’t occur in just their relationships, but rather every facet of life. Men are constantly in a struggle for power and control whether it is at work, home, during sports, or in a relationship, this remains true....   [tags: Violence Against Women Essays]

Strong Essays
1958 words | (5.6 pages) | Preview

Children and Media Violence

- If I asked you how many people in the united states, children as well as adults, have seen a commercial or advertisement, what would you say. I’m sure many would agree that the answer most people would respond with is; a lot. Let me start off by giving you just an idea of how much media exposure we Americans take in on a daily basis. According to Roy H. Williams, whose Wizard of Ads books contain a large amount of relevant and extremely helpful information on media and Ad exposure and how they influence our society....   [tags: media advertisement, ad exposure, violence]

Better Essays
950 words | (2.7 pages) | Preview

Children Exposed to Intimate Partner Violence

- After many studies researchers have confirmed that when children are exposed to intimate partner violence (IPV) it significantly effects their social emotional development (Hughes & Chau, 2013; Herman-Smith, 2013). This raises a concern; if IPV was to be measured emotional abuse should children be removed from their families. If we consider that the majority of children that witness IPV are under six and would not be able to fully understand what is happening we can conclude that they would not be able to report their maltreatment (Hughes & Chau, 2013)....   [tags: psychological and physical violence]

Powerful Essays
1452 words | (4.1 pages) | Preview

Injury can result from violence

- Injury can result form violence Injury Can Result from Violence Injury can result from many different incidents. One specifically important incident resulting in injury is domestic violence. It is approximated statistically that 1.8 million to 3-4 million domestic violence cases occur each year, unfortunately, the number of cases that occur cannot be more accurate due to domestic violence usually occurring in the relative privacy of one’s home. (Kelly, 2003) As disturbing as these numbers may be, we need to acknowledge that domestic violence is not a new problem arising in American homes but what is new is that we are now more aware of how serious the issue of domestic violence i...   [tags: Social Issues, Domestic Violence]

Better Essays
1605 words | (4.6 pages) | Preview

We Must Stop Violence Against Women

- As life continue to grow with outstanding achievements, there are also dark sides in this society. The more this community get developed, the more complicated it would be. Each year passed by, we have to face with many issues. Some of them are small, but some are not. Some problems caused the whole world to think and still not yet fixed. And violence against women is among them. Many women have to suffer from pain, both in physical and mental, without knowing how to stop or getting help from the others....   [tags: Domestic Violence]

Better Essays
1130 words | (3.2 pages) | Preview

Why Characters in a Variety of Poems Need Violence

- In this essay I’m going to be comparing and contrasting a range of poems which are ‘Havisham’, ‘Salome’, ‘The Laboratory’, ‘Stealing’ by Carol Ann Duffy, ‘On My First Sonne’ by Ben Johnson and ‘November’ and ‘Hitcher’ by Simon Armitage. I am going to discuss and explore the reasons for these characters needs of violence, anger and death towards themselves and individuals. The characters in ‘Havisham’, ‘Salome’ and ‘laboratory’ are all women which have preoccupation with revenge, hate and jealousy....   [tags: violence, poetry,]

Powerful Essays
2133 words | (6.1 pages) | Preview

Domestic Violence : Abusive Behavior

- ... This author finds it amazing as to the great lengths an abuser will go when it comes to their abuse, and the power they exert over their victim. RISK FACTORS There are key risk factors that have been identified when it comes to becoming a victim of domestic violence. In the case of either a man or woman, being a victim to maltreatment as a child greatly increases the likelihood of being a victim of domestic violence. Equally between women and men, the risk of victimization is considerably greater if there is disparity in their relative status....   [tags: Abuse, Child abuse, Violence, Physical abuse]

Strong Essays
2183 words | (6.2 pages) | Preview

Correlation Between Media Violence and Aggression

- The media in today’s society is very influential on children. There are many things that children at a very young age are learning, for example violence. Many children learn violent behavior and they become violent and aggressive children because they are exposed to so much mature content. Many parents are not aware of what their children are watching, and without knowing it, their children are raised by the media. Many television shows contain a lot of violence, for example kids fighting each other, kids bullying other kids and kids yelling and disrespecting their parents....   [tags: Media Violence Linked to Aggression]

Better Essays
2354 words | (6.7 pages) | Preview

A Light On Domestic Violence

- ... Many may ask why they just won’t leave or what might be the reasoning for them staying. One must understand the power of domestic violence and the hold it has on the victims. Domestic violence comes in different forms and different ways Such as Controlling, Coercive, Threatening behavior, violence or abuse. Also, the abuse can encompass, but is not limited to the following types of abuse: Psychological, Physical, Sexual, Financial or Emotional. (Home Office, 2013b). The study shows that There is not a straightforward link between asking - disclosing-leaving....   [tags: Violence, Child abuse, Abuse, Psychological abuse]

Strong Essays
952 words | (2.7 pages) | Preview

Batter Women Syndrome- Domestic Violence

- A justice-related issue that I see relevant to our society today is in relation to women who suffer from domestic violence/ battering. Batter Women Syndrome (BWS) has recently been reformed in the United States as the Batter Person Syndrome (BPS) to include men as potential victims of domestic violence/ batter. The term batter person syndrome has been recognized as a social issue and legal changes have taken place in the United States in order to protect individuals affected by domestic violence/ battering....   [tags: Domestic Violence, Battering, Women]

Strong Essays
1100 words | (3.1 pages) | Preview

The Intervention Of Domestic Violence Cases : Civil Restraining Orders And Protection Orders

- ... Domestic violence accounts for 15 percent of all violent crime. Women between the ages of 18-24 are more likely to be victim of IPV. By gender, 1 in 3 women and 1 in 3 men have been victims of some form of physical violence, this categories is considered minor violence such as throwing an object to inflict harm, pushing/ shoving, grabbing and slapping. 1 in 5 women and 1 in 7 men have been victims of serve physical violence; it includes biting, kicking, hitting with fist, beating or choking, and threating/ using a knife or firearm....   [tags: Violence, Abuse, Domestic violence]

Strong Essays
1336 words | (3.8 pages) | Preview

Domestic Violence Service Users : A Comparison Of Older And Younger Women Victims

- Domestic violence has its many tolls on women, especially from different age groups. Generally, domestic violence is prominent in early ages of relationships. People see on the latest headline of news articles stating “football player beats wife” or some other sort of wife-beating so they may get the perception that younger women occasionally deal with domestic violence. I wanted to touch on elderly women dealing with domestic violence because it is also a big issue in our society. According to Marta Lundy’s article “Domestic Violence Service Users: A Comparison of Older and Younger Women Victims,” she provides information and examinations of women of different age groups from 18-64 years ol...   [tags: Domestic violence, Violence]

Strong Essays
1426 words | (4.1 pages) | Preview

Rape- An Unwanted Sexual Violence

- Rape – An Unwanted Sexual Violence Sexual violence, especially rape, is a major emerging health related issue in the United States of America. According to the NISVS survey conducted by the CDC – Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, about 20 percent of the women and 1.5 percent of the men (in the U.S.) have been involved in rape cases at some times in the past, while about 50 percent of the women and 20 percent of the men have been victims of sexual violence (other than rape) at some point in their lifetime (this may include coercive sexual intercourse, unwanted and un-consented sexual contact as well as experiences)....   [tags: Sexual Violence, Health Related Issue, Rape]

Strong Essays
1170 words | (3.3 pages) | Preview

Family Violence Across The Lifespan

- ... If I am honest about my biases, I have fallen into this belief system on a subtle level as well; as if adolescents should have the ability to choose differently because they have attained a certain level of developmental maturity. There were two sections of this chapter that had a particularly dense impact on me: (1) the case history of the Machnick family, Tough Love or Psychological Maltreatment, and (2) adolescent homelessness. I found both of these subjects to be not only informative, but I also easily saw how the latter mentioned could be the reaction to the former....   [tags: Abuse, Child abuse, Psychology, Domestic violence]

Strong Essays
970 words | (2.8 pages) | Preview

Reducing School Violence

- There are numerous programs and studies aimed at reducing school violence, but how does a school district know what type of program would work best for their students. In the article, Reducing School Violence: School-Based Curricular Programs and School Climate (2008), Michael Greene, reviewed different approaches on reducing school violence to determine if one approach was better than another. One of the hardest components of researching the effectiveness of school violence prevention/reduction programs is the fact that all researchers view “violence” differently....   [tags: School Violence Essays]

Better Essays
847 words | (2.4 pages) | Preview

The Effects Of Domestic Violence Against Women

- ... The Act was created to protect women from domestic violence by making obligations on law enforcement bodies, such as the South African Police Service to protect victims. The Act tries to provide victims of domestic violence with protection to prevent further abuses. This Act recognizes that domestic violence is a serious crime against our society, and extends the definition of domestic violence to include not only married women and their children, but also unmarried women who are involved in relationships or living with their partner, lover etc....   [tags: Child abuse, Abuse, Domestic violence]

Strong Essays
1436 words | (4.1 pages) | Preview

Domestic Violence And Its Effects On Women

- ... Battered Women Syndrome starts when there is tension in a relationship which later explodes in the form of violence. Physical battering involves aggressive behaviors or attacks to hurt another using hands or weapons. In some cases, the physical attacks can range from hurting and bruises to murder (Alesina, Brioschi, & Ferrara, 2016). Spiritual abuse is when the abuser uses a woman’s religious beliefs to dominate and control her. Sexual abuse is forcing a woman into unwanted sexual acts using physical force, intimidations or threats....   [tags: Domestic violence, Abuse, Child abuse]

Strong Essays
1102 words | (3.1 pages) | Preview

Effects Of Domestic Violence On Female Victims

- Le Nguyen Dr. Gurzick Dr. Ensel HON202-02 28 April 2015 Research Paper Effects of Domestic Violence on Female Victims Domestic violence is a serious social issue, yet often overlooked by society due to insufficient knowledge and misconceptions. It has prevailed for years, and current interventions have not succeeded in eliminating it. One of the biggest myths is that: “Domestic violence is not common,” while in reality, the number of domestic violence incidents annually ranges from 960,000 to 3 million (Collins et al 169.) According to Maryland Network Against Domestic Violence, it is believed to be the most common, but least reported in the United States (It Shouldn’t Hurt 6.) In order to...   [tags: Domestic violence, Abuse, Child abuse]

Strong Essays
2331 words | (6.7 pages) | Preview

The Effects Of Television Violence On Children And Teenagers

- Over the past century technology has evolved drastically. With all the newest technology, people have endless forms of entertainment. Twenty to Thirty years ago many children spent their time playing outside. Today, children and teenagers invest a lot of their time in television, films and video games, and rarely leave their bedrooms. Around, “46% of children have a television set in their bedroom,” ( Browne and Hamilton-Giachritsis 702). Those same children probably also have some sort of game system....   [tags: Television, Violence, Video game controversy]

Better Essays
1760 words | (5 pages) | Preview

Censorship And The V Chip ( Violence Chip )

- For more than half a century, televisions have been a staple appliance in every American home. As the numbers of available channels have increased, so too have the number of TV sets. Where families in the 1950s and 1960s once shared a single television set in the family room, modern families own multiple television sets. Some homes have a television set in every bedroom in addition to televisions in the kitchen, living room, and den. With a plethora of shows including children’s programs, cartoons, dramas, news, sports, comedy, late night TV, and a variety of other programming, television has brought entertainment, advertising, and education to millions of people over the decades....   [tags: Television, Violence, Television program, Crime]

Strong Essays
1053 words | (3 pages) | Preview

The Truth About Video Games And Violence

- ... Whenever video games and violence is brought up, usually mass shootings, bullying, or something along those lines, are also mentioned. Nevertheless, little do they know, violent video games allow players to release their stress and anger, also psychologically known as, catharsis, which leads to less build-up anger and eventually less real-world aggression. A peer-reviewed study, led by Dr. Cheryl K. Olsen, an Washington, D.C. based health behavior change consultant, researcher, author, speaker, media producer, and program design consultant, who also co-founded the HMS Center for Mental Health and Media, on 42 teenagers ranging from 12 to 14 published in the Journal of Adolescent found t...   [tags: Video game, Violence, Violent crime]

Better Essays
1710 words | (4.9 pages) | Preview

These results are sorted by most relevant first (ranked search). You may also sort these by color rating or essay length.


Your search returned over 400 essays for "tv violence"
<< Previous  1  2  3  4  5    Next >>