Lecture+10+Media+Violence+1_CT

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       Media Violence
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Factors That Increase  Violence Provocations and frustrations Poverty Easy access to guns Drug and alcohol use Gang involvement Parental neglect  
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Measuring Violent Media The Payne Fund studies Content analyses of prime-time  television in the 50s and 60s Message system analysis by cultivation  researchers (beginning in 1967) National Television Violence Study  (October 1994 – June 1997)
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Defining Media Violence National television violence study Any overt depiction of a   of  physical force  or the actual use of such force  intended to physically harm an animate being or  group of beings.  Certain depictions of physically harmful  consequences against an animate being or  group that occur as a result of 
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National Television Violence Study Four universities U of California, Santa Barbara
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