Children and Television Violence Analytical Essay

Children and Television Violence
An examination of the impact television has had on youth violence.
# 3079 | 1,367 words | 3 sources | 2001 | US
Published on Sep 09, 2003 in Communication (Television) , Education (Education Psychology)


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In this paper, the author uses various examples to demonstrate the impact television has had on youth violence. The author discusses the problems associated with television viewing, identifies violence on television, portrays the effects of television violence on younger people, and reveals ways to reduce violence on television. This paper explores these topics by using multiple statistics, by including the views of several public officials and authors, and through the author's views as well

From the Paper:

"A study by Leonard Eron began in 1963 and was one of the longest termed studies to take place. Eron began his study by assessing the development of aggression in third graders, eight year olds, in a small upstate New York Town. In the course of the study, he asked children to report on their television viewing and other things they liked to do, as well as their ratings of aggression of other children."

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