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it relates to analyzing Seneca Falls the entertainment industry in our culture is also considered. If the answers to the first two questions are not positive, and even if they are, what else is it about violence-containing entertainment that does reward and reinforce viewers? Saint Augustine noted sadly how eagerly people were drawn to view mangled corpses, and how easily his noble and good friend Alypius was first persuaded by peer pressure to go the Coliseum and once there, became addicted to the murderous displays of gladiatorial combat (Callahan. Violent images on TV or in the movies have inspired people to set spouses on fire in their beds, lie down in the middle of highways, extort money by placing bombs in airplanes, rape people in particularly disgusting ways, and who knows how many other. Or humming mindless TV commercials?(Callahan 1996).
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Studies automobile Airbag Controversy of the effects of TV violence on children and teenagers have found that children may become insensitive to violence. Presently there is little debate on whether TV violence has an impact on society. Among the widely accepted assumptions are: * Television violence can lead to imitation. The Effects of Television Violence: Theories Much of the debate about violence in television programs concerns the possibility of its harmful effects on behavior. Only those making mints of money purveying violence to the American public even try to defend the practice (Callahan 1996). Cash asserted that a film containing much violence was enjoyable because the audience feels enriched by the human and tragic passions of pity and terror. Maybe even truer since we may have a built-in tendency to regress into infantile rages and paranoid anxieties (Callahan 1996). Through studies and various authors views television violence will be examined including network programming and economic factors involved in this issue. The Good in Television Not all television is bad. Through its magic, youngsters can travel to the moon or the bottom of the sea.