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Quantitative and qualitative analysis of juvenile violence

Students' scientific communication session
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Andreea-Dora Mag

on 16 April 2010

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Transcript of Quantitative and qualitative analysis of juvenile violence

Quantitative and qualitative analysis of juvenile violence Adelina Georgiana Bărbălău
Andreea Dora Mag
Anca Elena Sîrbu Coordinator:
Prof. Univ. PhD Daniela Şerban Violence Media violence
the social learning theory
idea of Jo and Berkowitz
Zillman's theory of excitation
desensitization theory
Murray's psychological activation Romanian studies
The Center of Media Studies and New Communication Technologies from the University of Bucharest in cooperation with the National Audiovisual Council of Romania, 2004, 2008, 2009
Metro Media Transilvania, 2004, 2007 Constanţa and Satu Mare 7 to 11-year-old children 2nd, 3rd, 4th grade parents and teachers quantitative and qualitative methods 4th-8th January 2010 It is about... In theory In practice American studies
"Longitudinal relations between children's exposure to TV violence and their aggresive and violent behavior in young adulthood", 2003 How it was made Children Parents Influences between variables qualitative variable=the existence of TV in the child's room quantitative variable= # of friends of the child E=mc2 58% of the variation of number of friends is
due to the existence of TV in the child's room Teachers TV impact upon children's lives characters taken as role models
increased violence
offensive language
waste of time
damage to the eyes TV programs
=
promoters of violence cartoons
movies
entertainment shows
songs Changes noticed decrease in power of concentration
peevishness
verbal and physical violence
altered perception upon good and bad
irony and bad jokes
selfishness
irresponsibility
peditricians psychologists Romanian
educational
system parents national media trusts TV providers local
public
authorities companies with
economic profile CHILDREN Q&A
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