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WATCH WHAT YOUR CHILDREN WATCH. INSURE ITS CONTENT IS NON- VIOLENT

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

                                                         AIP RULE FIVE 
                       ELIMINATE CHILDHOOD VIEWING OF VIOLENT TV, MOVIES
                                                           AND VIDEO GAMES
                 Copyright © 2013- J. Morris Anderson- Phila. PA- All Rights Reserved

              Be wary and remain  in control  of what children watch on TV, PLAY ON VIDEO GAMES AND SEE IN MOVIES. This, by insuring  that an overabundance of violence does not occupy and  overload  their minds and imaginations.

              Parents should express their determination that Watching violence in movies and on television is potentially harmful to their children.

              Children learn negativity from  hearing and seeing ruthless aggression, regardless of from where it comes. Undoubtedly, shows with themes involving crime, murder, and numerous acts of deviate and violent social activity are prone to stimulate the most negative behavior in teenage viewers.

              Also, the playing of an assortment  of violent video games is designed to  stimulate aggressive thoughts, feelings, and behaviors.

              This, because the viewing of violent depictions  increases   the probability that youngsters will try  to  carry out  the violent  acts they see  in the show, movie, or video game. Children are especially at risk  of suffering the negative side effects  of what  they  see, hear and visualize  via acts of violence.

              By the time many children reach adolescence, they have probably viewed thousands of murders and mayhem on television.

              Studies have shown that teenagers who play violent video games over a number of  years tend to become more aggressive toward others as a result.

              Watching violent acts can cause children to suffer several negative side effects, such as (1) becoming fearful that violence might instantaneously erupt against them; (2) causing them to become less responsive to real violence and its consequences: or, (3) effect them negatively in the way they think and behave later in their lives.

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