Violence in Media

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Introduction

The impact of the media on violence is an area of ongoing debate. This media includes, but is not limited to, video games, movies, and news reporting. The debate focuses on the way media influences or promotes the general acceptance of violent behavior in society, including the focus on long-term psychological effects that violent media may have on the development of children. One group may argue that violence in media needs to be censored while another group may argue that censorship is a means to mask other possible causes of violent behavior.

Instructions

Using the Capella library resources and the Internet, select and read at least two recognized (within the field of psychology or criminal justice) articles to support your position on media violence.

In your main post:

  • Analyze the impact of multiple media on violence in society.
  • Examine whether violence in media promotes the normalization of aggression, the desensitization to violence, the committing of violent acts, or a lack of empathy in children and perhaps even adults. Why or why not?
  • List any psychological or social theories that support your position.
  • Discuss how violence in media impacts, involves, and is relevant to the criminal justice system and the determining of dispositions.

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