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    Media Violence

    ISBN-10: 0737742194
    ISBN-13: 9780737742190
    Author(s): David M. Haugen
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    Publisher: Cengage Gale
    Binding: Hardcover
    Pages: 232
    Size: 5.75" wide x 9.00" long x 0.50" tall
    Weight: 0.704
    Language: English

    Why Consider Opposing Viewpoints?
    Introduction
    Is Media Violence a Serious Problem?
    Chapter Preface
    Exposure to Violence in the Media Leads to Violent Behavior
    The Problem of Media Violence Is Exaggerated
    Video Games Foster Violent Behavior
    Video Games Have Become a Scapegoat for Violent Behavior
    Video Games Are Useful Educational Tools
    The Lack of Moral Context in Violent Movies Is Harmful
    Periodical Bibliography
    How Should Media Violence Be Regulated?
    Chapter Preface
    The Government Has the Power to Regulate Violence on Television
    The Government Should Not Regulate Violence on Television
    Parents Should Regulate Their Children's Exposure to Violence on Television
    Parents Recognize That Regulating Violence on Television Is Unnecessary
    The Video Game Ratings System Is an Effective Regulation
    The Video Game Ratings System Is an Ineffective Regulation
    Periodical Bibliography
    What Are the Effects of Violence and Suffering in News Media Reporting?
    Chapter Preface
    Watching Violent News Has Harmful Effects on Children
    Media Reports of Violent Crime Encourage Copycat Violent Acts
    News Media Should Provide a Context for the Violence They Report
    Violence in Television Shows Mirrors Violence from the News
    Periodical Bibliography
    Is the Internet a New Medium for Violence?
    Chapter Preface
    Cyberbullying Is Worse than Physical Bullying
    Cyberbullying Is Not Worse than Physical Bullying
    The Internet Encourages Amateur Fight Videos
    The Internet Reduces Violent Criminal Behavior
    Terrorists Are Using the Internet to Further Their Violent Aims
    Periodical Bibliography
    For Further Discussion
    Organizations to Contact
    Bibliography of Books
    Index

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