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Regulating Video Games

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Regulating Violent Video Games 1. Introduction 2. It is the responsibility of the parent to regulate their children's exposure to violent video games. a. Parents are to ensure children understand that games aren't real b. Violence is taught. 3. The government shouldn't regulate violent video games a. The government should have no control over what games are released. 4. My personal experience as a single parent a. How much exposure my child gets to video games b. Values I have instilled in my child 5. Estimated users of violent video games 6. Conclusion Regulating Video Games It is the sole responsibility of parents to control what types of games their children play. ...read more.

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As long as parents stress to their children the difference between right and wrong, children will know that the violence in the video games isn't real. The government shouldn't regulate video games. The government should have no control over what games are released. Video games, whether violent or not, should be restricted by parents. The video game industry voluntarily rates itself making it easier for parents to judge whether they feel a game is appropriate. There is neither research nor evidence that proved a connection between violent video games and aggressive behaviors. People are looking for something to place blame on for the violence taking place at the hands of youths. ...read more.

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She understands the difference between right and wrong. I have made sure that she knows that what she sees on televisions as well as video games are not real, and she has a grip on reality. As a parent it is solely my responsibility to make sure my daughter has a lucid grip on reality, and she also knows that no one is responsible for her actions but her. In conclusion, violence is a behavior that is taught. Parents are responsible for censorship of what their children are exposed to. The government shouldn't regulate what video games are released. The video gaming industry is the only industry that voluntarily rates their products. People are looking for someone to blame their children's violent behavior on and they don't need to look any further than the mirror. ?? ?? ?? ?? ...read more.

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