In the globalization era, the first power among in this world is media. It is very important to recognize that media violence has been caused several problems in everyday life, especially, television, because we cannot only hear the sound but we can see the visual as well. If we think carefully about media violence, it has roots in the unease that has historically been expressed whenever a new entertainment or communications medium appears on the scene that appeals to the masses. We can seen, as John Fiske writes on his book, Understanding Popular Cultural in 1989:
“Represented violence is popular (in a way that social violence is not) because
it offers points of relevance to people living in societies where the power and
resources are inequitably distributed and structured around lines of conflicting
interests. Violence on television is a concrete representation of class (or other)
conflict in society”.
Furthermore, according to McLuhan demonstrates that “the medium is the message. In other words, in terms of the transformation of media (message) our experience of ourselves and also our society, and its influence is ultimately much more important than the other content that is transmitted in its specific messages”. The determination of media structure in the topics of human mind, and emphases secretly in a wider sense popular culture as well. According to Hornby (1983) argues that the aim of media is not to inform us as well as possible, but in order to attract audience as much as possible. As a result of that, it is the reason why shock effects, or conscious and unconscious abstractions of the kind emerge. Therefore, people seem to have been complaining increasingly about violence in the media ever since story-tellers have used the media, because it could be due to the fact that mass media is so flooded with negative news that do not have any more space for any positive thing. However, as Gerbner demonstrates on the power of media violence, “It shows one’s place in the ‘pecking order’ that runs society”. In addition, violence could be defined as exertion or the threat of physical force that may affect to body harm. Thus, the reports of violence on acts are not in proportion with the ratio of other news. The limitation of public is largely its...