Direct and Indirect Aggression on Prime-Time Network Television

@inproceedings{Glascock2008DirectAI,
  title={Direct and Indirect Aggression on Prime-Time Network Television},
  author={Jack Glascock},
  year={2008}
}
This study examined the prevalence of 3 types of aggression on prime-time television during the spring of 2005. Verbal aggression was found to be the most prevalent, followed by indirect and physical. Physical aggression appeared more frequently among Caucasians and males. Female characters were more involved in indirect aggression, while verbal aggression was sex neutral. In general, minority racial and ethnic groups were found to be less aggressive than Caucasians. Depictions of cross-sex and… CONTINUE READING

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