The Violence Of The Media Essay

1247 Words Jul 28th, 2016 5 Pages
As a community one does not know of what occurs in their community, neither do I? To understand and be open minded to learn to sympathy others, our media as a community needs to find open results for us to not make easy judgement nor to be afraid and help those with bad memories, to understand that they come up to reality through bad experience as do we all.
However the media broadcasting a bad name for those with a disorder they could broadcast where one could look for help which they are provided with treatment and medication. Rosenwald writes in his article, “ characters who were identified through behavior or label as having a mental illness were 10 times more likely than other TV characters to commit a violent crime – and between 10 to 20 times more likely to commit a violent crime than someone with a mental illness would be in real life.” Why is that? Society as a whole has already given people a bad name, labeling them for the worst, actually making them feel as they are outcasted from a society that could actually give them a helping hand.
As the media and films portray a side to people on drugs and people with mental disabilities, that are seen as dangerous and bad; these people actually need help with treatment there could be better outcomes in our society decrease the use in violence. These people are also families and have people who care and love them which these families know of the hate, and execrate of the stereotypes that are given to the communities.…

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