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LIS in Australia
Transcript of LIS in Australia
Education, Employment & Social Affairs
1606: Discovered by Dutch
1900: Commonwealth of Australia
The closest theory that we could relate this theory to was the hypodermic syringe model. This theory suggest that when something said by the media, it is simply accepted by the general public. This could relate desensitization because if the media say something is violent or expose us to it, we simply accept this fact and as time goes on we become more and more accustomed to seeing or hearing about violence that the effect being to weaken.
This theory suggests that constant exposure to such accessible violence on a regular basis within the media, no longer makes such a strong emotional impact upon the audience, possibly causing them to also be insensitive towards violence in everyday life.
Children and adults alike are becoming immune to the horror of violence, gradually accept violence as a way to solve problems, imitate violence they observe on TV, and identify with characters (victims or victimizers) they see on TV.
Numbing Effects of Media Violence
Desensitization to violence is an incidental process which may occur as a result of repeated exposure to real-life violence, as well as from exposure to media violence.
Emotional desensitization is evident when there is numbing of emotional reactions to events which would typically elicit a strong response.
Adapted from: Carnagey, Anderson and Bushman (2007)
the more respondents are exposed to local television news, the less likely they will be perceive the events covered in the news as violent
the more respondents are exposed to local television news, the less sensitive to emotional responses will be
will trait empathy interact with exposure to these media, to predict emotional responses to violent news stories?
the more respondents are exposed to local television news, the less likely they will be perceive the events covered in the news as commonplace
will trait empathy interact with exposure to these media, to predict perceptions of the events covered in the news stories as common rather than rare?
Violence presented in
Local Television News
Incidental Exposure to violent images on the local television news, causing desensitization.
Becoming immune to the horror of violence, gradually accept violence as a way to solve problems.
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