SWEARING IN THE CINEMA

@article{Cressman2009SWEARINGIT,
  title={SWEARING IN THE CINEMA},
  author={Dale L. Cressman and M. Callister and Tom Robinson and C. Near},
  journal={Journal of Children and Media},
  year={2009},
  volume={3},
  pages={117 - 135}
}
The exposure of children to profanity continues to be a concern for parents, media researchers, and policy makers alike. This study examines the types, frequency, and usage of profanity in movies directed at and featuring teenagers. A review of relevant literature explores the nature, use, and psychology of profanity, its potential social effects, and its prevalence in the media. A content analysis was conducted of the ninety top‐grossing domestic teen films in the 1980s, 1990s, and 2000s… Expand
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