1. I believe that we learn alot of what we do in our lives from the time we are born by the way we are shown to do things, or by what we see someone else do. For example, a child sees two cowboys on TV television about to draw their guns and shoot at each other, next thing you is your in a store and the kid is asking their parents to by them a toy gun and is home in the mirror practicing pulling the gun just as they saw on TV. Or even better the classic movie Willie Won and the chocolate factory, the kids all wanted a golden ticket and there was a man in their ear telling them what he needed from them once they got into the factory. But they had their own personal agenda or wanted what they saw. As far as violence is concerned, I absolutely believe that TV, media, and video games all play apart in violence. Just looking at crime TV and how acts of violence is committed and how thee crime it is tried to be covered up. The person who committed the crime try to cover it up using all the things seen in movies or TV shows. Violence is acts of learned behavior.
2. I agree with violence being viewed on TV, displaying all over the media or in book and even in your home can cause and promote violence in children. I remember growing up and I had a friend whose father use to beat up their mother all the time. My friend use to play really rough with us on the playground and use to hit us really hard whenever we play dodge ball. use to tell my parents what was going on and they said sometimes kids act out on emotion that they have bottled up inside. I believe that’s the reason why my friend acted out. Observational learning is seeing this right in front of you happening and theory is something you think you know with no proof.
3. The basic concepts demonstrated in this study explains when a child usually views someone doing something they are likely to repeat the same. The acts in the demonstration, or violent in a way. Kids nowadays watch videos of people jumping off buildings in hurting themselves. The kids reaction of the person jumping off a building, makes the child laugh. Based on the video, I do believe that violence in television, media, or video games likely promote violent behaviors. In today’s society, shooting in Grand-theft auto video games promote the most violence and receive top ratings. People love blood and gore some are infatuated with it. In opinion, the world we live in, people hurt people and it’s perceived to them as a good feeling or making their selves feel better. A real life incident compared to the concert is Roblox. My six-year-old daughter plays this game called Brookhaven on the Roblox app. The game is based off the Sims game but in the “kid”version. In this case, on the game you can kill one another and there’s Mark words a child should not use. The game allows you to hit others, kill and to kick their opponents out the game. In the operant conditioning, a child can still observe and listen in order to repeat what another person I does. Listening plays a huge role within in operant conditioning. Dealing with aggressive behavior and classical conditioning, the child’s needs or wants is the main focus. It’s like a game to persuade the child into a reward.