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Violence and the Media

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Philip Dunsmore

on 17 March 2014

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Transcript of Violence and the Media

Conclusion
Violence in the Media
A little bit of background...
American Psychological Association (2003) ‘Childhood Exposure to Media Violence’ http://www.apa.org/news/press/releases/2003/03/media-violence.aspx (Accessed on 5/11/12)

Carter, C. Weaver, C.K. (2003) ‘Violence and the Media’ Open University Press, Buckingham, Philadelphia.

Hargrave, A., (2006), 'Harm and Offence in Media Content', Intellect Books, Portland

Kirsh, S., (2006), 'Children, Adolescents and Media Violence', Sage Publications, London

Schofield, J. (2007) ‘Media violence is almost as bad as smoking, says study’ http://www.guardian.co.uk/technology/blog/2007/nov/29/mediaviolenceisalmostasba (Accessed on 1/11/12)
References
Presentation by:

Roger Whyte
Robert Anderson
Ross Cavanagh
Philip Dunsmore
Angus Blacklock
Media Audiences
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'Violence in the Media'
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