Video Games Don’t Contribute To Violence In Real Life; They

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Video Games Don’t Contribute To Violence In Real Life; They May Actually Reduce It

Video games serve many purposes. They can be used as a form of entertainment. They can be used as a stress reducer or as a safer outlet for underlying aggression. Also, they can be used to increase hand and eye coordination. Video games are good for the brain. They are much better than sitting in front of a TV watching a sitcom.

Video games are good for young people because it gives them a sense of significance in the world. In the real world they have peer pressure, adult authority figures telling them what to do, and parents dictating their lives at home. Video games give kids a chance to take on the world, to solve a seeming serious problem, or to create something that would be unfeasible in real life.

Video games does not affect the rate of violence in the real world. Video games, television shows, books, radio programs, movies, and magazines are a reflection of society. Video game companies are in the money making business. If people did not buy their violent games the video game companies would produce more family friendly titles.

Video games serve as a...

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