Violence on TV ;a survey G6_4B


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Violence on TV ;a survey G6_4B

  1. 1. By Sandra Fernández Rubio.10 María Leis García.16 Julia Pérez Diez.25 Group 6 Class 4B VIOLENCE & TV
  2. 2. Questionnaire 30% 70% Do you like horror films? 40% 60% Do you think there are a lot of war films on TV? 30% 70% Do you like action films? 20% 80% Do you think violence on TV is becoming a normal thing in life? NO YES QUESTIONS
  3. 3. Questionnaire 70% 30% Do you think children can be protected against violence on TV? 60% 40% Do you think TV has any responsibility for the violence in our society? 20% 80% Do you think it can be bad for them? 20% 80% Do you think violence has a strong influence on children? NO YES QUESTIONS
  4. 4. <ul><li>The majority of people think that violence on TV games is a bad influence for children because they want to imitate what they see. </li></ul><ul><li>Others think that this type of violence in games doesn’t influence the character of the children. </li></ul>What do you think about violence on TV games, video games, etc.? Shadow of Rome
  5. 5. <ul><li>A lot of people think that it should be prohibited for children and that should respect the infantile schedule and put the violent movies at different hours. </li></ul>What can you say about violence in movies? Saw III
  6. 6. <ul><li>Some people think that it should reduce the aggressive behaviour on TV. </li></ul><ul><li>Other people think that the emission time of the violent programmes should be controlled. </li></ul>What measures can be taken against violence on the media? Violence on the media
  7. 7. <ul><li>In general, people think that violence influences the character of the children and that children want to imitate what they see on television, to look like their heroes and to do what they do. </li></ul><ul><li>They also think that these programmes shouldn’t be eliminated of TV, but they should change his emission time, out of the infantile schedule. </li></ul>General commentary