Friday, May 30, 2008

console generation

Urla, Izmir
-part one-
I will try to visualize a concern and make a proposition with some photos.
My question marks are:
"Does playing violent video games cause real-life aggression?"
"Do children become more aggressive after playing or watching a violent video game?"

4 comments:

Suzanne Perazzini said...

Research has been done that shows that those that are vulnerable and open to suggestion are indeed influenced negatively. But the majority of children separate out that kind of violence from real life and see no cross-over.
At least I hope that is the case.

Blognote said...

I am convinced that when children are equipped with a well balanced emotional system and normal intelligence they are able to separate artificial violence from real life, as Suzanne mentioned.
Also in real life many people were compelled to live through devastating childhoods but became wonderful adults all the same.

Sailor Girl said...

I agree, but children should play more outdoors, preferably at SEA!!!!!!!

angie said...

Wow, I really like your blog, your photos and commentary are excellent.