Violence on Television
An inquiry into the effects of watching violent programming on television and the increasing violent nature of American society.
# 27024 | 938 words | 4 sources | MLA | 2002 |
Published on May 23, 2003 in Communication (Television) , Film (Television) , Education (Social Issues) , Film (Analysis, Criticism, Etc.) , Hot Topics (Censorship) , Hot Topics (Gun Control) , Child, Youth Issues (General)
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This paper explores how the issue of violence on television, which was raised in the past, is once more being given considerable attention in the media, by congress, and in the public at large. The writer comments that one of the driving forces behind the current concerns over televised violence is the fact that the public perceives American society as itself becoming more violent, in spite of crime statistics showing otherwise. The paper makes reference to a number of studies conducted on this topic while mentioning their failure to really answer the questions raised on increasing violence on TV and its effects.
From the Paper:"While these questions frame the issue, they are questions that have not been answered. An attempt to answer some of these has been made in various studies, the most prominent of the recent examples being the report by the UCLA Center for Communication Policy. The authors of the report point out that everyone has an opinion about television violence precisely because television is so accessible and important in people's lives."
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