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Violence in Children's Television Programming: Assessing the Risks
This study investigates the nature and extent of violence contained in television programming that targets children aged 12 and younger. The measures employed in this content analysis are grounded in… Expand
External validity is more than skin deep: Some answers to criticisms of laboratory experiments.
CHILDREN, Adolescents, & the MEDIA
Introduction - Dorothy G. Singer Preface Acknowledgments 1. Children & Adolescents: Unique Audiences 2. Advertising 3. Media Violence 4. Electronic Games - Jeanne Funk 5. Sexuality & the Media 6.… Expand
Sex on TV: A Biennial Report to the Kaiser Family Foundation. Executive Summary.
- D. Kunkel, Kirstie M. Cope, Wendy Jo Maynard Farinola, Erica Biely, E. Rollin, E. Donnerstein
- Political Science
- 1 February 1999
National television violence study
- E. Donnerstein
Give us 5 minutes and we will show you the best book to read today. This is it, the national television violence study that will be your best choice for better reading book. Your five times will not… Expand
Sexual Media and Childhood Well-being and Health
- R. Collins, V. Strasburger, J. D. Brown, E. Donnerstein, A. Lenhart, L. M. Ward
- 1 November 2017
Sexual content is highly prevalent in traditional media, and portrayals rarely depict the responsibilities and risks (eg, condom use, pregnancy) associated with sexual activity. Exposure to such… Expand
Sexual violence in the mass media: Legal solutions, warnings, and mitigation through education.
Depictions of sexual violence in the media can promote antisocial attitudes and behavior. Three approaches to the problem of sexual violence in the media are explored: (a) legal restrictions, (b)… Expand
Measuring Television Violence: The Importance of Context
VioLit summary: OBJECTIVE: This goal of this article by Kunkel et al. was to present their unique content analysis framework for studying television violence. METHODOLOGY: The authors presented a… Expand
Rating the TV Ratings: One Year Out. An Assessment of the Television Industry's Use of V-Chip Ratings. Executive Summary.
- Dale L Kunkel, Wendy Jo Maynard Farinola, Kirstie M. Cope, E. Donnerstein, Erica Biely, Lara Zwarun
- Political Science
- 1 September 1998
Screen Violence and Youth Behavior
Violence in screen entertainment media (ie, television, film, video games, and the Internet), defined as depictions of characters (or players) trying to physically harm other characters (or players),… Expand