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    Media Relations: Macro Structural Level

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    Macro Structural level is the analysis that focuses on the structure of society and provides a way of seeing society as a unified whole. Micro structural level involves effects on individual media consumers themselves. The media influenced the macro structural level after the Sandy Hook Shooting because it stirred up gun control debate. The US as a whole has been overwhelmed with several shootings in schools, movie theaters, and courthouses. The rise in shootings has taken its toll on society and

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    Today violence has become an every day experience in life. Playing video games or turning on the television, and flipping through the channels at random, you will most likely stumble upon various forms of violence. Does it desensitize or help us tolerate violence? And the most controversial issue, does it cause violence? Most humans learn by simply watching, and then imitating the action rather than trial and error or direct experiences of the consequences of our actions (this is not to say that

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    Can video games improve the abilities of humanity? A hard question to answer, but with research it could be answered, most people would say "no" that video games fry people brains and make kids violent, but research suggest that video games have real-world benefits for your brain and body. Daphne Bavelier a professor of brain and cognitive science at the university of Rochester conducted more than 20 studies on young people playing action based video games. Her studies show that video gamers

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    Proposal

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    the connection between video games and aggressive behavior. This study, in which repeated observations of the same variable over a high school period of time occurred, with the participation of 300 9th grade students (150 male, 150 female) from Washington Irving High School. Students were, randomly selected; to participate in the study for their time spent in high school, from 9th through 12th grade, and will be asked to keep a log of the hours spent playing violent video games and their mood before

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    Mark Robinson writes, “There 's more exposure for shootings now than ever before. Much of this is because of improved technology: Journalists can be on scene with a live report before all the bodies have been removed. They have video cameras in their pockets. They can upload raw footage in seconds. They can research a shooter and know volumes about his (or her) life almost instantly” (qtd. in USA Today par. 5). I have observed almost all news channels at the time of Santa Monica

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    Video games, including those with violence, have become a significant pastime of children and adolescents. They may provide an escape from school work and social activities with family and peers, or they may offer opportunities to display proficiencies in gaming abilities and increase self-confidence. Violent video games may also have negative consequences for youth with aggressive personalities who find these games enjoyable, especially when they actively play killer roles with “blood and gore.”

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    parenting media

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    a parent ever wondered if media has an effect on your child’s behavior? Media may possible have a greater influence on a child’s life than a parent has. Many parents do not see how media, especially television shows, television commercials, and video games can influence the behavior of their children. The truth is that media plays a huge role in the lives of your youth. Media can influence everything from behavior, taste in music, and physical appearance. All of these aspects are affected by media

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    Abstract – This study focused on examining the relationship between video games and academic performance. Past studies showed us that video game does not negatively impact academic performance even though it is estimated that there is a negative relationship between these two variables. In other words, if students spend a lot of time playing video games every week, then their academic performance will be negatively impacted. In order to find out if these variables really do have an inverse relationship

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    Assignment Video games have begun consume a large portion of the time our youth has and has begun to increasingly play a role as big as family and even a social life, but the question is that are the video games that they are playing begun to affect their behaviour in a violent way. Over the years video games have evolved from a simple form of entertainment where two players hit a two dimensional ball back and forth with one another until someone misses; to a variety of diverse and complex games. These

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    Did you know violent video games cause our kids to murder? This is probably one of the alleged claims that people, whom think violent video games contribute to youth violence, would provide. There has been an ongoing dispute towards whether or not violent video games contribute to youth violence. There are very intriguing articles on procon.org regarding violent video games. Proponents of this proposal believe that violent video games do indeed, contribute to youth violence. While very distinctly

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