The 11 Myths of Media Violence

@inproceedings{Potter2002The1M,
  title={The 11 Myths of Media Violence},
  author={W. Potter},
  year={2002}
}
Current Content Myth 1: Violence in the media does not affect me, but others are at high risk. Myth 2: The media are not responsible for the negative effects of their violent messages. Myth 3: Children are especially vulnerable to risks of effects from exposure to media violence. Myth 4: There is too much violence in the media. Myth 5: Violence in the media reflects violence in society. Myth 6: The media are only responding to market desires. Myth 7: Vioence is an essential element in all… Expand
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