Posts Tagged ‘Psychology of Popular Media Culture’

Matrix-fullA year ago, I wrote a post addressing new research and developments in ongoing analyses of the effects of media violence – from motion pictures to games and more – on young people (and everyone else too!).  Since then, an important new study has emerged that provides a new snapshot of attitudes from a variety of groups regarding the effects of media violence in its many forms.  Check out this article describing the Ohio State University study published in Psychology of Popular Media Culture that indicates “there is a broad consensus that violent media increases child aggression.”

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