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Ethics of Hockey Broadcast

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Charles D'Amboise

on 10 April 2010

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Transcript of Ethics of Hockey Broadcast

Brodcasting of Hockey Violence Hockey Enthusiasts Hypothesis 2 Focus Groups Findings Repeted Images of Violence Portrayal of Violence Case Study : Apologia Implications Responsability Journalism Students Goons

"There's no news like bad news" Hypothesis

What the Journalist tought?

What the Hockey Fans tought?

Conclusion on Apologia Who is responsible?

The Normalizing Role
of Media

News vs. Jock Talk What does this mean?

What should change? Entertainment Value &
Decentization of violence

Manipulation through technology
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