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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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    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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    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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    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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    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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    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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    computer games. Instead of studying behaviors in a closed laboratory area, they interviewed kids every time they finished playing a game. After children were allowed to play, sometimes even up to 15 hours per week, they were questioned and discussed the games with researchers. The conclusion was that regardless of the game played, children who played ‘’were just relieving stress’’ (as cited: Cheung, 2008, para. 2). Furthermore, any kind of aggressive behavior after playing computer games was regarded

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    Video Games

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    Introduction Recently, video games have become trendy especially among children and adult. Unquestionably video games will affect on health. For that I decide to do that survey. Furthermore, I want to know more about the risk of video games and more information. For the last decade video games has become the most way of entertaining. Choosing such a topic to bring out the merits and demerits of video games in general and to clarify the disadvantages and how it affects health and civilization. In

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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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    Nervous and on edge, Rick swiftly draws his gun and shoots the two overly aggressive strangers, killing them instantly. The scene just briefly described was from season two of AMC’s The Walking Dead. Because of scenes like these in video games, movies, and television shows, many arguments have emerged regarding the use of death as entertainment. If you were to ask people about this issue, you are bound to get many different answers. Media has really evolved over the years, which has resulted

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