The Effects of Violence in Entertainment

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Because of shooters Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold’s fascination with games such as Doom, April 20, 1999’s Columbine Shooting gave way for mental tests to be run on children and teenagers as to the effects of violence in video games; with many of these tests leading to a negative outcome that obsession with these forms of media may lead children and troubled teens to have difficulty telling the difference between reality and fantasy...
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The many explosions and other scenes of violence depicted in the movie Rambo somehow managed to influence a moron into dressing up like a fictional character and release a fury of bullets into a group of innocent people. Media as a whole has been blamed so often of violence in real life that a blanket term has even been coined by psychiatrists known as “Media Effects Theory”; stating exposure to representations of violence in any of various media tends to cause an increase in aggression or violence in the audience...
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