Public Forum Panel #4 - STOP END PREVENT VIOLENCE What is the Entertainment Industry’s role and responsibility in the plan to STOP, END, or PREVENT VIOLENCE?

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Public Forum Panel #4 - STOP END PREVENT VIOLENCE What is the Entertainment Industry’s role and responsibility in the plan to STOP, END, or PREVENT VIOLENCE?

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The debate on the impact that violence in the media has on our larger society has been an ongoing one for many years.  There has been studies, reports, articles and research speaking to the effects violence in the media has on society and in particular our children.  Violence in media has not only increased it has become more graphic, and sexual to the point where it is considered to be reaching dangerous proportions.  Violence is present in our Films, Television Programs, Music, and video games.  It is said that the constant and easy access to violent images lead to the belief that violence is everywhere.  The entertainment industry is seen by many as promoting and advertisement for violence which may explain why gun manufacturers do not advertise.

With all the research studies, reports, and statistics that claim a correlation between exposure to violence through media and violence in society.  The entertainment industry continues to create and distribute films, television programs, music, and video games depicting violence without consideration of its effect to society at large.

 

Panelists

Lin Evola

Ariana Williams

Micheal Reddick

Bobby Avila 

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