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  1. Introduction
  2. A fictional scenarion but not far from the truth
  3. The idea of harming others
  4. Mortal Konsquences: Studies done by psychologist named Dr. Craig Anderson
  5. Negative effects of videogames
  6. Conclusion: Will banning violent videogames solve anything?
  7. Works cited

?Welcome, all of you, to the United States of America,? says the head of immigration at the U.S. Department of Justice. There are about fifty immigrants from all over the world who have chosen to come to the United States to live. She proceeds to say, ?There are a couple of things that I must go over with you before you ultimately decide to live in this country. First, we have freedom of religion, speech, assembly, and so on. Second, you are all equals here with no discrimination. Finally, the children in this country tend to get vicious if they don't get their way. They are also easily insulted so watch what you say. This behavior is said to be linked to videogames that are violent. You are more than welcome to go back to your country free of charge if you want.? About half leave. ?For the ones who are courageous enough to stay, thank you, and welcome again,? she says.

[...] She refuses to have any kind of Nintendo set in her house. The last thing she wants to do is introduce shooting people for fun to her five year old boy. More than sixty percent of North American homes contain videogames (Ko 47). Children sit in front of the television for hours playing bloody, gory videogames getting brain-washed that it is okay to hurt others. Youngsters can't determine the difference between reality and fictional situations by themselves. The parents are supposed to be there to distinguish the two. [...]


[...] The Future Lies Within the Palms of Our Children ?Welcome, all of you, to the United States of America,? says the head of immigration at the U.S. Department of Justice. There are about fifty immigrants from all over the world who have chosen to come to the United States to live. She proceeds to say, ?There are a couple of things that I must go over with you before you ultimately decide to live in this country. First, we have freedom of religion, speech, assembly, and so on. [...]

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