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NCJ Number: 31011 Find in a Library
Title: MASS MEDIA AND VIOLENCE
Journal: FORENSIC SCIENCE  Volume:5  Issue:3  Dated:(JUNE 1975)  Pages:209-217
Author(s): J D HALLORAN
Corporate Author: Elsevier Sequoia Sa
Switzerland
Date Published: 1975
Page Count: 9
Sponsoring Agency: Elsevier Sequoia Sa
1001 Lausanne 1, Switzerland
Format: Article
Language: English
Country: Switzerland
Annotation: EXAMINATION OF THE RELATIONSHIP OF MEDIA VIOLENCE AND BEHAVIOUR TO UNDERSTAND THE CONTRIBUTION ON MEDIA TO FRUSTRATION IN CONTEMPORARY SOCIETIES.
Abstract: A RECOMMENDATION IS MADE TO SPONSOR COMPREHENSIVE RESEARCH TO DETERMINE WHAT FORM OF ACTION WOULD BE MOST HELPFUL IN DEALING WITH VIOLENCE PRESENTED BY MASS MEDIA.
Index Term(s): Media coverage; Violence
Note: PAPER PRESENTED AT AN INTER-DISCIPLINARY INAUGURAL SYMPOSIUM ON VIOLENCE HELD AT THE UNIVERSITY OF BIRMINGHAM (ENGLAND), MARCH 28TH AND 29TH, 1974
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