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There is nothing! We can not hide or run from it since regardless of where we go it'll find us. We are trapped! And the worst part of the situation is that we are addicted to it. Violence is everywhere and we all have an addiction for this. We are subjected to it in everyday and we like to watch violence on television. There are many different examples of violence evident in movies and Television. Media violence can best be explained in the words of Gerbner and Signorelli: "Most research studies have characterized media violence as the depiction of overt bodily activity that kills or hurts or threatens to do this... It depicts social associations that induce to control, dominate, provoke, or annihilate. By demonstrating that will get away with what against whom literary and factual representations of violence or terror can intimidate people, provoke immunity, aggression, or repression, and cultivate a sense of comparative vulnerability and strength as they portray the social "peaking order" (Berger 136). As a viewer, we're bombarded with various representations of violence against humankind as well as animals. Particularly the portrayal of girls connected with violence is often depicted with battering, rape, prostitution; the "good girl" verses the "poor girl" and the murder of a feminine personality. During chiaroscuro drawing (An artwork expression for drawing with unique tonalities of white and black), I've created my very own representations of women in television and film which are common depictions of violence against girls. Aesthetically, through a visual analysis of my piece, there are a variety of elements that draw on the representations of the women. The focal point is the feminine eye in which if one looks closely at it, a man behind the arrived...