Sex and Violence

Niemeyer, Gerhart
August 1975
National Review;8/1/1975, Vol. 27 Issue 29, p834
Discusses the children's hour on U.S. television that has been purged of sex and violence by a form of internal censorship. Consideration of how stories of violence were told in the past; Presentation of sex and violence in moral nakedness; Ways in which sex and violence in the modern media play the role of the absolute.


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