There is more and more violence on tv
Nowadays there is more and more violence on TV. Although for someone it could doesn’t matter a sixpence, but they are wrong. Violence on TV influences viewers’ attitudes, values and behavior.
Firstly, people who watch lots of violence on TV may become less sensitive to the pain and suffering of others. People who watch a lot of TV are more waken up by violent scenes than are those who only watch a little. It iis cruel that people overlook poor, destitute, flotsam. We should never forget that misfortune could descend whoever and no matter when, how and why. The divine scourge would touch everybody.
Secondly, violence on TV may instigate fearful of the world for people who watch it a lot. Usually scenes on TV are adorned, overcoloured and overstated. So, people should not believe in everything that is showed on TV. People should live their own life, realistic life. Films which are showed on TTV are excogitated and life of characters, actions, feelings are also contrived.
Thirdly, people who watch violence programs on TV may be more likely to behave in aggressive ways towards others. People who watch the violent shows are more likely to hhit at others, disobey them, argue. Since the year dot people always were ...
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