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User: how can strategies for critical viewing limit the influence

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User: psychology experts indicaate that waching a lot of viloence on television can lead to observation learning of aggressive behavior. How can strategies for critical viewing limit this influence?

Weegy: Strategies for critical viewing can limit the influence because in critical viewing, one is always looking at the violence from a distance and being conscious NOT to emulate it. Thus one is less affected by it.







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Asked 2/5/2011 4:11:32 PM
Updated 1/28/2012 5:41:40 PM
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First of all, strategies for critical viewing is going to help the viewer understand that media is often aimed at their feelings and not their mind. Just this little known fact alone, a viewer would have enough common sense to understand that in real life there are consequences for violence and murder, and movies are nothing about what the viewer should go out and do. Violent movies and video games do not sell the message, “this is what you should do”, it is the lack of guidance and the lack of discretion that the viewer did not have before watching or playing the game that makes them actually think that what happens in the game or movie is acceptable in the real world. I have read the classes responses to this question; us being adults, we seem to share the same agreement on this issue. This tells me that violence in video games and the like are not the major influence, and some of us choose not to participate at all in violence (games or real life), it is the fact that we know better that keeps us from not knowing the difference.
Added 1/28/2012 10:52:17 AM
Shifa, you know you should cite your source.
Added 1/28/2012 10:57:41 AM
oh, it was an mistake made unwillingly
Added 1/28/2012 5:41:41 PM
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