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Minnesota State University, Mankato
Minnesota State University, Mankato

Violence in the Media

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HE 20.2:T 23

Television & Growing Up: the impact of televised violence; report to the Surgeon General
HE 20.2:V 81 Youth Violence: a Report of the Surgeon General
HE 20.2402:T 23/2 Television & Social Behavior: reports and papers
HE 20.7952:V 81/2005 Measuring Violence-related Attitudes, Behaviors, and Influences Among Youths; a compendium of assessment tools
HE 20.8102: T 23/2 Television and Behavior: ten years of scientific progress and implications for the eighties
J 32.21:2001/13 Children’s Exposure to Violence: the safe start initiative
Y 4.C 73/7:S.HRG.106-1144 Marketing Violence to Children: hearing
Y 4.C 73/7:S.HRG. 106-1096 The Impact of Interactive Violence on Children: hearing
Y 4.C 73/7: S.HRG.108-907 Neurobiological Research and the Impact of the Media: hearing
Y 4.C 73/8:S.HRG.107-60 An Examination of the Entertainment Industry: efforts to curb children’s exposure to violent content: hearing
Y 4.C 73/8:S.HRG.108-116 The Effect of Television Violence on Children; what policymakers need to know: hearing
Y 4. C 73/8:S.HRG.109-105 Violent and Explicit Video Games :informing parents and protecting children: hearing
Y 4.EN 2/3:S.HRG.103-124 Violence in Video Games: hearing
Y 4 J 89/1:S.HRG.108-94 Family Movie Act of 2004: hearing
Y 4.J  89/2:S.HRG.103-1005 Shaping our Responses to Violent and Demeaning Imagery in Popular Music: hearing
Y 4.J 89/2:S.HRG.106-803 Hate Crime on the Internet: hearing
Y 4.J 89/2:S.HRG.106-1048 Violence in the Media: antitrust implications of self-reputations and constitutionality of government actions
Y 4.J 89/2:S.HRG.109-280

Why the Government Should Care About Pornography:

the state interest in protecting children and families: hearing
Y 4.J 89/2:S.HRG.109-479 What’s in a Game: regulation of violent video games and the first amendment: hearing