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Violent Media Content: A Cross-Media, Longitundinal Analysis
Unformatted Document Text:  37 Empirical findings and theoretical implications. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 42(3), 461-477. Hoerrner, K.L. (1999). Symbolic politics: Congressional interest in television violence from 1950 to 1996. Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly, 76(4), 684-698. Huesmann, L.R. (1986). Psychological processes promoting the relation between exposure to media violence and aggressive behavior by the viewer. Journal of Social Issues, 42(3), 125-139. Huesmann, L.R., Eron, L.D., Lefkowitz, M.M., & Walder, L.O. (1984). Stability of aggression over time and generations. Developmental Psychology,20(6), 1120-1134. Klite, P.D., Bardwell, P.K., & Salzman , J. (1995). Pavlov’s TV dogs: A snapshot of local TV news in American taken on September 20, 1995. Content analysis no. 7, Rocky Mountain Media Watch. Available: www.bigmedia.org/publication.html. Media Monitor. (1997, July/August). Network news in the nineties: The topics and tends of the decade. Media Monitor, 11.3. Center for Media and Public Affairs. Avaiable: www.cmpa.com/Mediamon/mm09000.htm. National Television Violence Study. (1996). Studio City, CA: Mediascope. National Television Violence Study, Volume II. (1997). Santa Barbara: Center for Communication and Social Policy, University of California. National Television Violence Study, Volume III. (1998). Santa Barbara: Center for Communication and Social Policy, University of California. Potter, W.J. & Vaughan, M. (1997). Anti-social behavior in television entertainment: Trends and profiles. Communication Research Reports, 14(1), 116-124. Randall, D.M., Lee-Sammons, L., & Hagner, P.R. (1988). Common versus elite crime coverage in network news. Social Science Quarterly, 69(4), 910-929. Signorielli, N. (1991). A sourcebook on children and television. New York: Greenwood Press. Signorielli, N., Gerbner, G., & Morgan, M. (1995). Violence on television: The Cultural Indicators Project. Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media, 39(2), 278-283. Sorenson, S.B., Manz, J.G.P., & Berk, R.A. (1998). News media coverage and the epidemiology of homicide. The American Journal of Public Health, 88(10), 1510-1515.

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Empirical findings and theoretical implications. Journal of Personality and Social
Psychology, 42
(3), 461-477.

Hoerrner, K.L. (1999). Symbolic politics: Congressional interest in television
violence from 1950 to 1996. Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly, 76(4), 684-
698.

Huesmann, L.R. (1986). Psychological processes promoting the relation between
exposure to media violence and aggressive behavior by the viewer. Journal of Social
Issues, 42
(3), 125-139.

Huesmann, L.R., Eron, L.D., Lefkowitz, M.M., & Walder, L.O. (1984). Stability
of aggression over time and generations. Developmental Psychology,20(6), 1120-1134.

Klite, P.D., Bardwell, P.K., & Salzman , J. (1995). Pavlov’s TV dogs: A snapshot
of local TV news in American taken on September 20, 1995. Content analysis no. 7,
Rocky Mountain Media Watch. Available: www.bigmedia.org/publication.html.

Media Monitor. (1997, July/August). Network news in the nineties: The topics
and tends of the decade. Media Monitor, 11.3. Center for Media and Public Affairs.
Avaiable: www.cmpa.com/Mediamon/mm09000.htm.

National Television Violence Study. (1996). Studio City, CA: Mediascope.
National Television Violence Study, Volume II. (1997). Santa Barbara: Center for
Communication and Social Policy, University of California.
National Television Violence Study, Volume III. (1998). Santa Barbara: Center for
Communication and Social Policy, University of California.
Potter, W.J. & Vaughan, M. (1997). Anti-social behavior in television
entertainment: Trends and profiles. Communication Research Reports, 14(1), 116-124.

Randall, D.M., Lee-Sammons, L., & Hagner, P.R. (1988). Common versus elite
crime coverage in network news. Social Science Quarterly, 69(4), 910-929.

Signorielli, N. (1991). A sourcebook on children and television. New York:
Greenwood Press.

Signorielli, N., Gerbner, G., & Morgan, M. (1995). Violence on television: The
Cultural Indicators Project. Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media, 39(2), 278-283.

Sorenson, S.B., Manz, J.G.P., & Berk, R.A. (1998). News media coverage and the
epidemiology of homicide. The American Journal of Public Health, 88(10), 1510-1515.


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