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Comm 1310 review Conditions under which violence is most likely to be modeled males with low iq's and low self esteem, also children model violence when they mimic adults Gerbner, type of programs which contain highest frequency of violent acts Parents’ Television Council reports research: Content analysis shows that children’s programs contain a higher frequency of violence than adult programs, 7 incidents of violence per hour on children’s programs, 11 incidents of violence per hour on ABC Family Channel! 5 incidents of violence per hour on primetime TV Violence Profile (Gerbner’s Violence Profile) see above Three Hypotheses on effects of TV violence Catharsis TV violence provides safe, harmless vicarious outlet for frustration —will make people less violent Aggressive Stimulation (modeling) a.) TV violence increases aggressive behavior in kids b.) TV violence desensitize adults to pain and suffering in real life Catalytic TV violence has not effect except to trigger certain unstable
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This note was uploaded on 02/10/2012 for the course COMM 1310 taught by Professor Mottet during the Fall '08 term at Texas State.

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