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National Television Violence Study
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National Television Violence Study



May 1997 | 448 pages | SAGE Publications, Inc
This second annual report presents comparative year-to-year data on the extent and nature of violence on television across programme genres and channel types. It contributes new data on the effectiveness of various kinds of violence ratings and advisories for children and young adolescent audiences. It also presents a fresh analysis of a national survey of adolescents that shed light on the most appropriate audiences for anti-violence public service announcements. Finally, it provides novel analysis of `high risk' presentations of violence most likely to affect younger audiences.
Dr Barbara J Wilson et al
Violence in Television Programming Overall
University of California, Santa Barbara Study

 
Dr Ellen Wartella et al
Television Violence in `Reality' Programming
University of Texas, Austin Study

 
Dr Joanne Cantor
Ratings and Advisories for Television Programming
Dr Frank Biocca
Improving Anti-Violence Public Service Announcements through Systematic Analysis and Design
University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill Study

 

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