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Info for the video group “kinds of violence”

May 15, 2007

for the group kinds of violence Verbal abuse includes withholding, bullying, defaming, defining, trivializing, harassing, interrogating, accusing, blaming, blocking, countering, diverting, lying, berating, taunting, putting down, edifying, discounting, threatening, name-calling, yelling and raging.Physical violence is probably what comes to most people’s minds when we talk about domestic violence. This includes: hitting, slapping, grabbing, shoving, pushing, kicking, choking, scratching, punching, pulling, hitting with weapons or objects, physical force to make a person do something or go somewhere against that person’s will. “I just grabbed her by the arm, is that violence?” Yes. No one is justified in using violence outside of self-defense. Even then, it takes considerably less force to get away from someone than to engage in a fight, retaliate or try to teach someone a lesson. farrah 3-302

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  1. May 16, 2007 1:02 am

    Children And TV Violence

    this is for tv violence

    No. 13; Updated November 2002

    American children watch an average of three to fours hours of television daily. Television can be a powerful influence in developing value systems and shaping behavior. Unfortunately, much of today’s television programming is violent. Hundreds of studies of the effects of TV violence on children and teenagers have found that children may:

    become “immune” or numb to the horror of violence
    gradually accept violence as a way to solve problems
    imitate the violence they observe on television; and
    identify with certain characters, victims and/or victimizers
    Extensive viewing of television violence by children causes greater aggressiveness. Sometimes, watching a single violent program can increase aggressiveness. Children who view shows in which violence is very realistic, frequently repeated or unpunished, are more likely to imitate what they see. Children with emotional, behavioral, learning or impulse control problems may be more easily influenced by TV violence. The impact of TV violence may be immediately evident in the child’s behavior or may surface years later. Young people can even be affected when the family atmosphere shows no tendency toward violence.

    While TV violence is not the only cause of aggressive or violent behavior, it is clearly a significant factor. Parents can protect children from excessive TV violence in the following ways:

  2. May 16, 2007 1:09 pm

    Farrah,

    You are doing a great job on your research for this project! You can use information from these articles in your narration for sure!

    Mr. Rhys, TMS

  3. June 3, 2007 1:03 am

    yep datz ps124… i liked the movie my class made… i hated my parts so much though lol

  4. June 3, 2007 1:10 am

    i miss a lot of the people in that skool but a lot of gurls wer anoyying too lol but da boys wer ok… itz so small in dat skool though cuz i visited that skool like last month and compared to 51, itz so small

  5. June 4, 2007 11:09 pm

    Hey Denise,
    Thanks for the comment!
    Mr. T’s group is working on their videos right now.
    Check back on this blog at the end of the month to see all of our videos!
    Mr. Rhys, TMS

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