Here are just a few that are key.
When we become desensitized to death or killing, violence increases. When death and violence surrounds someone, the value of human life can diminish and the horror of violent death can decrease. We will watch 200,000 graphic violent acts on TV by age 18. Make sure that you read our story, Hollywood Movie Makers Might Have “Violence Summit” . The problem is real not imaginary.
When we become more detached from each other and from common unifying beliefs, violence increases. When individuals become isolated, marginalized, and without some connection to those around them, violence increases. The amount of time children spend on computers at home is staggering. They do not know how to play games or communicate with each other outside of technology.