Negative Effects of Violent Video Games on Teenagers Essay

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Video games have been available to consumers for the last 30 years. They are a unique form of entertainment, because they encourage players to become a part of the game's script. Today's sophisticated video games require players to pay constant attention to the game, rather than passively watching a movie. My working thesis is “ Although there are other factors that can lead to violent behaviors such as inner stress, playing violent video games are one of the main factors that can lead to violent behavior in teens relationships”. For the categorizing exercise, I brainstormed for the charting using some of the examples we hold in class. I found three main classifications to divide my evidence based on. Those categorizes are background of…show more content…
She demonstrated that teenagers that already have aggressive traits have more tendencies to watch violent video games but still this is not big evidence that violent video games cause violence behavior. She argues that teenagers only gain violent attitude when exposed to unstable parental atmosphere in their lives. The argument held by Beresin is based on studies done that show a lacking direct relationship between violent video games and violent behavior in teenagers. Recent studies in Egypt showed the opposite of Beresin's argument. These studies showed that the teenagers are the most among the society that are highly affected by both video games and movies. There were some accidents that were recorded and related to video games. For instance, a young man killed his father because he tried to stop hi from finishing a game in 2009. After summing up the categorizing by author background, and for/against the cause. I used secondly the type of evidence as an aid to break down my evidence to help me write a consistent final paper. Most of the articles in my annotated bib have different trends of evidence either study/observation/research. For example, Barbara Wilson, has a PhD in communication from Illinois university wrote an article titled “Media and Children's Aggression, Fear, and
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