Television violence: A development of a coding scheme

Mustonen, Anu; Pulkkinen, Lea
March 1997
Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media;Spring97, Vol. 41 Issue 2, p168
Academic Journal
Analyzes television violence and its effect on society. Design of coding scheme to examine content of violence on television; Previous measurement of television violence; Variations in interpretations of intensity of filmed violence; Appeal of violence to viewers; Intercoder reliability of the coding scheme.


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