Prior to the internet, the television industry primarily relied on the Nielsen ratings. As more shows became risque, the viewership of such shows was considered. Those shows that displayed sex and violence had a higher viewership. Considering that fact, magazine covers sold mags more often when actors from such shows were on the cover. Said actors created buzz, which in turn, created viewership. Sponsors pay premium amounts of money to shows that are high in viewership. One could go into detail about how the decline of American family values contributed to said scenario, but it all goes back to the fact that viewership sells. The viewers like sex and violence which is why so many use the terms "sex sells" and "violence sells."
definition of media violence
conclusion on print media vs electronic media
Yes theirs violence in the Mexican media, But there's violence involved in all cultures media Basically.
Arguments for media violence include freedom of speech and a market demand for violence in movies, video games, TV shows, and in music. Arguments against media violence claim that their may be a connection between media violence and real life violence.
yes it does!
Particularly for conservative politicians and conservative media, it's very much the other way around.
The media in general does present many violent images. However, scientific evidence has yet to firmly establish how much of an impact, if any, such violence has on consumers of media.
Athina Karatzogianni has written: 'Violence and war in culture and the media' -- subject(s): War and society, War in mass media, Violence in mass media
First, you should organize your ideas of what you want to persuade; for example, in an essay about violence you should start by the main idea.Second, use a thesis statement, so it can guide you to the details. How is it that media violence has a negative effect on those who are exposed to it? First of, those who consume high levels of media violence are more likely to be aggressive in the real world. Secondly, those who watch high levels of media violence are at increased risk of aggressive behaviour as adults. And finally, media violence stimulates fear in some people, and desensitizes people to real violence.
the positive is that its very entertaining to watch violence on tv. haha
No. That's nonsense.
it can increase agressive and violent behavior
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they are portray bad things in movies, like violence
1. poverty 2. family 3. violence 4. exposure to media violence 5. availability of weapons 6. drug abuse
is electronic media is better than print media
CNN and MSNBC are progressive and FOX is almost annoyingly balanced
please answer this i am doing a debat in class
Not usually it's just people expressing themselves.
Jo Groebel has written: 'Media en geweld' -- subject(s): Violence in mass media
violence in movies is not could because it encorages us to fight(although it may be fun) it also causes pain.
The people were seeing how out of hand the violence was getting.
Electronic media is better than print media because the news can change as it happens. It is also free and cheaper to access for people than print media.