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Muhammad Uzair Khan ()

Journal of Media & Communication (JMC), 2020, vol. 1, issue 1, 36-43

Abstract: This research work includes a study of the effects of violent films on teenagers and children. In this research, it has been identified that what is the impact of violence on teenagers physically and psychologically. Films, whether Bollywood, Hollywood, or Pakistani Cinema, promote a brutal culture in society with their movies. Children and teenagers are becoming aggressive every day by watching these violent movies. The research article has raised the issue of the spread of ferocity in humanity through these films. The study has used several articles to explore the research.

Date: 2020
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