Violence perception as a function of entertainment value and TV violence View Full Text


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DATE

1972-12

AUTHORS

Martin S. Rabinovitch

ABSTRACT

This study explored the relationship between children’s violence perception and their previous exposure to television. Fifth- and sixth-grade children were exposed to one of four television programs: violent pleasing, violent less pleasing, nonviolent pleasing, nonviolent less pleasing. After exposure, all children were brought together to describe violent and nonviolent slides, flashed simultaneously in pairs on a screen. Results showed that only the main effect of entertainment value was significant. As opposed to a familiarity, perceptual defense, or catharsis explanation, this finding supports a satisfaction interpretation concerning the influence of television on violence perception. More... »

PAGES

360-362

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http://dx.doi.org/10.3758/bf03336601

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