Thursday, September 8, Reader Response 1: Jones backs up his belief that violent comic books are actually good for kids by telling about his personal experience as a child. Jones makes an appeal to ethos when he mentions how his son used violent media to increase his confidence and become brave enough to climb the tree at school. This is a strong argument because it shows that Jones trusts so much in violent media that he would allow his own son to be exposed to it.
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News, photos, mock drafts, game. In “Violent Media is Good for Kids” by Gerard Jones, Jones stated that violent media has a positive effect on children.
Jones uses his own experience with his son and some other’s to show and support that violence is a good thing for kids. Reader Response: Violent Media is Good for Kids In apiece written by Gerard Jones about violent media and their effects on children.
He addresses how violent media is actually good for children and in some cases helps them over come their social and .
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