[SOLVED] Stimulated Violence
Psychologists have long-since claimed that children are especially vulnerable to influence, whether favorable or unfavorable experiences, during their early formative years. Certain storylines in films require the use of child actors to portray criminal and even savage characters or be on the receiving end of violence. Consider the morality (not legality) of using child actors for such violent roles. Do you believe that using children in such roles is morally acceptable? Would your answer be different if the violence depicted was based on a true story of events or strictly fictional? How does this issue relate to the use of violent video games in children? Be sure to discuss how at least one ethical theory (virtue, utilitarianism, etc.) would respond to this issue. Dimmock, M., & Fisher, A. (2017). Ethics for A-level. Retrieved from https://open.umn.edu/opentextbooks/textbooks/ethics-for-a-level ISBN-13: 9781783743902
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