Commission Statement on Violence in Television Entertainment Programs
National Commission on the Causes and Prevention of Violence, 1969 - Television - 11 pages
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1968 study week action-adventure analysis believe cartoon programs child children and adolescents children watch television children’s television civilized society commercial television Commission conﬂict deﬁned dramatic programs entertainment programs film greatest number hours of dramatic human behavior independent stations inﬂict leading characters Low income adults low-income teenagers Mass Media Task MCFARLAND Media Task Force media violence motion picture movie number of violent observational learning offer parental inﬂuence percent pervasive portrayal of violence presented problem program hours programs contained violence programs feature violence Public Broadcasting public taste rate of violent recommendations reduced the number reﬂected social environment stimulation of aggression Surgeon General’s television content television drama violence television industry television sets television stations television violence television’s total number urge values about violence viewing public violence on television violent acts violent encounters violent episodes violent programs violent television programs world of television young children