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Violence in Media

If you think there's a lot of violence in your kids' movies, games, and TV shows, you're right. While studies show watching violent images can lead to aggressive behavior and other negative results, parents can help ease the impact. Our advice can help you select age-appropriate content, wean kids off violent video games, and better understand the research on media violence.

Visit https://www.commonsensemedia.org/violence-in-the-media for more information.

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