As the world begins to age and a rapid spur of adolescents, the rate of violence has increased tremendously.

As the world begins to age and a rapid spur of adolescents, the rate of violence has increased tremendously.

As the world begins to age and a rapid spur of adolescents, the rate of violence has increased tremendously. With the help of the media, social environments, celebrity icons, and parental supervision, a more promoted approach to violence has infused most of our youth. With the assistance of non-profit organizations, recreational centers, and camps, positive aspects can detour young minds out of the violent haze. The media is what has molded many of today’s youth due to the absence of parents at home or a adult figure to teach right from wrong. As a young child many kids adapt to the television as a source of learning and fun. Without guidance of certain programs to watch at a young age, then it can result in the child learning violent aspects on the television as being right. The media endorse sex and violence to the youth to sell big, in return promoting adolescents to indulge themselves with violence to be apart of the “in” crowd. A child’s social environment also helps to increase violence amongst the youth. A child who is usually a loner and anti-social is more prone to violence versus a child who is very social and vibrant. The people who children allow themselves to hang around can affect their responses and actions to situations. For instance, a child who wants to be accepted and feels they want to fit in will go out anything in their power to be accepted. Violence could be a factor to this acceptance and peer pressure can be highly regarded as a result of violence. Technically tied with the media, celebrity icons can also be a source of the increase of violence within the youth. Many children idolize many celebrities and feel the best way they could connect to their idol is becoming them. As many celebrities debate about the issue of being a role model, many of them affect young youth minds on what’s right to do. Beyond just the fashion or fame some kids look upon them for answers and choices they shou…


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