Violence in Entertainment
From Shakespeare to today's entertainment, shows of all sorts have been based on demand from the audience. Violence is a major demand; people want to see blood and gore, so it is supplied. Authors use what effects they can to please their audience, and by doing so, generations have grown accustom to seeing such violence. No, violence on TV does not have the ability to "ruin" society, because our nation and many others, were already violent.
<Tab/>All societies are violent with or with out entertainment. For instance the "Rule of Thumb" (a law stating that any man may beat…
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