Violence and the Media

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Over 3,000 medical and sociological studies in the last 50 years have PROVEN CONCLUSIVELY that children are adversely affected by exposure to media violence. (see studies)

A recent Rasmussen poll showed a majority of Americans blame violent video games and movies for “making America a more hostile place”.  Yet,  new research from the Parents Television Council,  taken during the November 2017 sweeps period, has found that TV violence – and gun violence in particular – that is marketed as appropriate for children has increased on primetime broadcast television shows in the five years since the Newtown tragedy.

  

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