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Anders Behring Breivik: The Noways July 2011 Massacre

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Anders Behring Breivik learned shooting from Call of Duty. He was the one who committed The Norway July, 2011, massacre. There are many people who think ban all violent video games. People who played these kinds of games started to play them from an early age. After seeing children play violent games, someone will want to fully support preventing these kinds of games from getting into children’s hands. Violent video games can be somewhat good, and the game industry is providing great economic growth in different parts of the world. Regardless of this economic growth, children experience educational adversity as result of playing games
Time and attention are two keys elements for students to succeed. Playing violent video games inhibit a student’s capability to learn. Usually, children are not satisfied with anything they have. Increasing the number of hours playing means kids cannot stop playing after just one hour. Research on this major problem gives some number that should be used to prevent this problem from happening in the future. According to Douglas A. Gentile, Ph.D, an associate professor of psychology, declared that in the middle of 1980’s the average amount of time they had been playing video games was quite low, on average about two hours spent on playing per week for girls and on average boys spent four hours of playing video games. In contrast, in 2012 he ends with average the girl playing about 5.5 hours per week and boy about 13 hours per week. As long as children grow, their desire for playing games expands. After children get used to playing at a limit they consider as normal, it can take them out of studying life.
Not only are video games time consuming, also they can take attention from children and can distract children from studying. Usually, students wait for weekends to change what they had been doing the rest of the week. It occupies their attention and keeps them away from important priorities. Children apply the knowledge they have from games. For instance, bloodshed that happened on April 20,1999, by Dylan Klebold and Eric Harris, who were students in Littleton, Colorado. They killed 13 people and wounded...

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