How TV affects our children
- Violence and television. // British Medical Journal;4/10/1976, Vol. 1 Issue 6014, p856
Focuses on the effects of viewing violent television programs on children in Great Britain. Comparison between the occurrence of violence in children and adult television; Publication of television codes and guidelines for children television programs; Increase of aggressive behavior in the young.
- Blame it on the box. Motluk, Alison // New Scientist;4/6/2002, Vol. 173 Issue 2337, p16
Focuses on the link between watching television and violence in the U.S. Identification of the risk factors for aggressive behavior; Prevalence of violence in programming for children; Reduction of adolescent exposure to television violence.
- Externalizing Behaviors and Television Viewing in Children of Low-Income Minority Parents. Gupta, Vidya B.; Nwosa, Nkemdilim M.; Nadel, Traci A.; Inamdar, Sarla // Clinical Pediatrics;Jun2001, Vol. 40 Issue 6, p337
Summary: The parents of 151 children, ages 4-16 years, attending the pediatric outpatient clinic of an urban hospital were surveyed to determine if aggressive behavior among children of low literacy and low-income parents is related to excessive television viewing or to sociological variables...
- IN SHORT. Dea, Vanessa // Education Week;01/31/2001, Vol. 20 Issue 20, p8
Presents study results on the effects of watching less television on the aggressive behavior of children in California. Methods for assessing aggressive behavior; Decrease in aggressive thoughts and behaviors of participants; Importance of the result for policymakers.
- TV exposure associated with aggressive behaviour in very young. // Community Practitioner;Dec2009, Vol. 82 Issue 12, p38
The article presents an analysis about the associations between aggressive behaviour among American three-year-old children and exposure to television (TV). The analysis showed that childhood aggression was associated with direct exposure and household use of TV. The study concluded that the...
- Kids less aggressive when TV use cut. // Christian Science Monitor;1/17/2001, Vol. 93 Issue 36, p14
Discusses the results of a study which found that children who abstain from television and video games are less aggressive.
- MEAN GIRL TV: ARE YOU TUNED IN? // Dolly;Jan2009, Issue 459, p104
The article explores whether television shows like "Gossip Girl" and "The Hills" condition girls to be mean. Bullying expert Kenneth Rigby says that while little research has been done into the effect of these shows specifically, studies suggest watching aggressive behaviour on TV increases...
- Let's Do a Study. Sedulus // New Republic;8/1/70, Vol. 163 Issue 5, p32
Discusses the history of studies on the impact to children of television violence in the United States. Relationship between aggressive behavior in children and what they watch; National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) president Harold E. Fellows' promise to the Senate that NAB will undertake...
- Study Affirms Link Between Behavior, Violent TV Shows. A. H. // Education Week;5/12/1982, Vol. 1 Issue 33, p10
The article reports on findings of a review of several studies linking violent television programs and aggressive behavior in children by the Department of Health and Human Services. The study entitled "Television and Behavior," an update of the U.S. Surgeon General's 1972 report indicates that...