Depiction of Violence in Fairytales and its Impact on the Adolescent Mind


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Depiction of Violence in Fairytales and its Impact on the Adolescent Mind
Abstract: The reflection of violence by creative artists is one facet within the range of human expression. Contemporary media reflects violence in what would appear to be novel ways, but in truth violence has been part of human expression since the beginning of time. For adults who are able to make decisions that they are only being entertained by even the most violent of tales, the impact of the violence is probably not very significant. However for children, who may find it difficult to put the violent imagery into perspective, the depiction of violence presents many potential problems. It is possible that the imagery of violence can be internalized as real in the...
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