violence and media cites
1. San Francisco Chronicle (CA) December 13, 2004 "Couch potatoes, it's time to drop the remote. E-mail the FCC. Stop the Parents Television Council before it gets beyond the TV. Author: Tim Goodman"
2. Prime-Time Violence 1993-2001: Has the Picture Really Changed?", Nancy Signorielli; Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media, Vol. 47, 2003
3. The Verdict on Media Violence: It's Ugly ... and Getting Uglier Sex and Violence, Designed to Sell Soap, Soft Drinks and Cars, Seems to Sell Itself Far Better Than the Products, and the Audience for This Tawdry Message Is Our Children Magazine article by Daphne Lavers; Insight on the News, Vol. 18, May 13, 2002
4. TV Violence Found to Be More Frequent, Graphic; Group Decries Harm to Children; The Washington Times, January 11, 2007
5. "TV's 'family hour' is losing its innocence, study finds"By Jim Puzzanghera, Los Angeles Times Staff Writer 9:04 AM PDT, September 5, 2007
6. What's Behind Growing Trends of Violence? Magazine article; USA Today (Society for the Advancement of Education), Vol. 127, December 1998
7. U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, Bureau of Justice Statistics, Criminal Victimization 1999 Changes 1998-99 with Trends 1993-99, August 2000, NCJ 18273 Callie Marie Rennison, Ph.D. BJS Statistician.
8. "violent Juvenile Crime: The Number of Violent Juvenile Offenders Declines" Howard N. Snyder; Corrections Today, Vol. 61, April 1999
9. FBI: Violent crime rate declines again, Terry Frieden, CNN Monday, October 17, 2005
10. Media violence enhances violent behavior" Nov. 21, 2008 UPI
11.More evidence ties media violence to teen violence Wed Nov 26, 2008
12. Cautions and concerns in experimental research on the consumer interest.(NOTES AND OBSERVATIONS) Journal of Consumer Affairs September 22, 2008 Royne, Marla B.
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14 "Media Bombardment Is Linked To Ill Effects During Childhood" Donna St. George Washington Post Staff Writer Tuesday, December 2, 2008; Page C07
15. "New study: Media exposure harms kids" 12-3-2008 San Francisco Chronicle - CA, USA
16. Pew internet & american Life Teens and Technology Youth are leading the transition to a fully wired and mobile nation July 27, 2005
17.Kairser family Foundation Children and Video Games Key Facts: Children and Video Games Fall 2002
18. Teens and Technology,Pew internet & american Life Youth are leading the transition to a fully wired and mobile nation July 27, 2005
19. Boyle, Raymond and Hibberd, Matthew. (2005) “Review of research on the impact of violent computer games on young people.” Stirling Media Research Institute. Page 4-5
20. “Does Video Game Violence Sow Aggression?” Brian Vastag JAMA. 2004 Apr 21;291(15):1822-4
21. "The appeal of violent video games to lower educated aggressive adolescent boys from two countries." Lemmens JS, Bushman BJ, 1: Cyberpsychol Behav. 2006 Oct;9(5):638-41
22. "Study: Violent videogames don't make killer kids", USA Today, Mar 3, 2007
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25. Fromme, J. (2003). Computer Games as a Part of Children´s Culture. Game Studies,3(1)
26. SUNDAY, JULY 6, 2003 "LET THE GAMES BEGIN GAMING TECHNOLOGY AND ENTERTAINMENT AMONG COLLEGE STUDENTS" STEVE JONES, (Pew Internet & American Life Project
27. addiction experts say video games not an addiction Mon Jun 25, 2007 By Julie Steenhuysen
28. From Alice Cooper to Marilyn Manson The Significance of Adolescent Antiheroes" Jeff Q. Bostic, M.D., Ed.D., Steve Schlozman, M.D., Caroly Pataki, M.D., Carel Ristuccia, Eugene V. Beresin, M.D. and Andrés Martin, M.D., M.P.H.. Academic Psychiatry 27:54-62, March 2003
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30. "Heavy Metal Music and Adolescent Suicidal Risk", Michel Claes, Eric Lacourse, Martine Villeneuve; Journal of Youth and Adolescence, Vol. 30, 2001
31. "The Relationship between Heavy Metal and Rap Music on Adolescent Turmoil: Real or Artifact?" Kevin J. Took, David S. Weiss; Adolescence, Vol. 29, 1994
32. North AC, Hargreaves DJ. Related Articles, Problem music and self-harming. Suicide Life Threat Behav. 2006 Oct;36(5):582-90.
33. "Secrets in the Bedroom: Adolescents' Private Use of Media", Reed Larson; Journal of Youth and Adolescence, Vol. 24, 1995
34 "Specific gene linked to aggression" USA Today Article June 1, 2003
35. Moral development of Japanese kindergartners; Taylor, Satomi Izumi; Ogawa, Tetsuya; Wilson, Jeanne International Journal of Early Childhood 01-01-2002
36. Development/Child Violence: What Makes A Child Violent? A preschooler who hits. A toddler who bites. A class bully who pushes everyone. What causes kids' aggression-- and how to tell whether it's norm; David Ruben Parenting 08-01-1998
37. "Bullying tendency wired in brain "Friday, 7 November 2008, BBC News - UK
38. "Aggression in society: are sports a cure or a curse? "Coakley, J. J. Sport in society: issues and controversies., 1994 (No. Ed. 5) 162-187
39. Sports Ideology, Attitudes toward Women and Anti-Homosexual Attitudes Joseph Harry; Sex Roles: A Journal of Research, Vol. 32, 1995.
40. Sports: The All-American Addiction John R. Gerdy; University Press of Mississippi, 2002 Page 59-60
41. Playing Football 'Turns Children into Hooligans' Newspaper article; The Daily Mail (London, England), March 21, 2006.
42. Religion, Conflict and Prospects for Reconciliation in Bosnia Croatia and Yugoslavia Gerard F. Powers; Journal of International Affairs, Vol. 50, 1996.
43 A Handbook of the Sociology of Religion Book by Michele Dillon; Cambridge University Press, 2003. 481 Page 359
44. A measurement of delinquency differences between a delinquent and nondelinquent sample: what are the implications?; Edwards, Willie J., Adolescence 12-01-1996