violence

NY Times Movie Reviewer Ignores Evidence about Effects of Media Violence

Scott irresponsibly ignores decades of social science studies that show a direct correlation between the consumption of violent media (movies, television, video games, and music) and increases in ...

NY Times Movie Reviewer Ignores Evidence about Effects of Media Violence

Scott irresponsibly ignores decades of social science studies that show a direct correlation between the consumption of violent media (movies, television, video games, and music) and increases in ...

Blood, Guts, but No (Box-Office) Glory

The message comes across loud and clear. Hollywood wants more – more violence, more gore, more blood. But another message, while a whisper, is just as powerful. Last weekend's box office ...

Hollywood, in a Nutshell

A horror movie director delights in making people sick with on-screen violence, despite the correlation between watching violence and real-life aggression.

Studies Show Violence on Television Permeates All Genres

Violence on television has reached record levels, so we can expect more aggressive behavior from children. Read the studies here.

The Ancient Problem of TV Violence

Concerns about violence on television date back to 1954. But who would have predicted television could be as noxious as it is today?

The Ancient Problem of TV Violence

More Violence, More Sex, More Troubled Kids

Prime time TV is more violent than ever before, more of the violence is sex-related, and children are paying the price.

Baltimore Sun Leaves Terrorism out of Nigerian Oil Violence

Foreign reporter Scott Calvert avoided 'terrorist' label for car-bombing, hostage-taking insurgency.

Bad Company II

Oscar-Nominated Movies Bash Business, but Hollywood Claims Thats Entertainment
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