Cover of: Violence on the screen | Clive Gifford

Violence on the screen

Published by Evans in London .
Written in English.

About the Edition

Presents a variety of views on the impact of on-screen violence on people who are exposed to it on television, the cinema, computer games and videos - Causes of violence - Censorship - Effectiveness of rating and warnings about violence - Rolew of parents.

Table of Contents

Screen violence
Is there more violence today?
Are children and teens more at risk?
Is screen violence glamorous?
Is screen violence only make-believe?
What about real-life violence?
What is mean world syndrome?
Does screen violence desensitise people?
Can screen violence cause real violence?
Does violence have other causes
Are computers games a problem?
Is copycat violence common?
Right to fight?
Can screen violence cause school shootings?
Is screen violence sometimes valid?
Is censorship justified?
Should the media do more?
So warnings and ratings systems work?
Is it parents' responsibility?
Conclusion
Timeline.

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references (page 47) and index.

Series
Voices, Voices

Classifications

Dewey Decimal Class
303.6
Library of Congress
PN1992.8.V55 G54 2007

The Physical Object

Pagination
48 pages :
Number of pages
48

ID Numbers

Open Library
OL26650776M
Internet Archive
violenceonscreen0000giff
ISBN 10
0237527197
ISBN 13
9780237527198
OCLC/WorldCat
64554705

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