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Television Violence

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In today's society television plays a big role. People watch T.V. for
many different reasons. People watch T.V. mainly for entertainment, they also
watch T.V. to learn, and to find out news. Some people watch T.V. and get the
wrong idea about what they're watching, they feel that what they are watching
is okay to do. Violence is a major factor, it affects people of ages. The worst
outcome of T.V. is that it sends out the wrong messages. Some people get bad
ideas from the violence on T.V. Although violence on television is not the
greatest thing, it should be not be banned or restricted in any way.

Most people watch T.V. to get away from reality. Watching shows that
depict a fantasy world are a lot more interesting to watch. People don't want to
see things that happen to them on a regular bases. Although sometimes seeing
something that has happened to you before may be funny. Watching T....

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