Video games. Anthony Orwa Frankenstein Speech. Behavioral aspects Change of perception? Think its okay to partake in these actions. Affects health mentally and physically. -social -School -family Exposure causing more aggression. Statistics
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Change of perception?
Think its okay to partake in these actions.
Affects health mentally and physically.
Exposure causing more aggression.
42% of children play for at least one hour per day, with 22% reporting they play for two or more.(This is on top of the three hours a day the average child spends in front of the television)
15% of children state that they spend too much time playing video games. 26% say they play too little, suggesting what a large role games now play in young peoples lives.
One in ten (9%) admit they play so much that it sometimes affects their homework. This finding is particularly surprising, because third-fourth- and fifth-graders do not typically have a lot of homework
Are video Game too realistic?
Marketing video Games.
-Too easy for children acquire vulgar video Games.
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