Bickham David S. (2006). Â« Is television viewing associated with social isolation ? Roles of exposure time, viewing context, and violent content. Â». Archives of Pediatrics & Adolescent Medicine, vol. 160, nÂ° 3, avril, p. 387–392. En ligne : <http://archpedi.ama-ass ... &resourcetype=HWCIT>.
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"To estimate associations between childrenâ€™s peer integration and amount of time they spend (1) watching television, (2) watching violent television, and (3) coviewing television with friends. The more time that children spent viewing violent programs, the less time they spent with their friends. While this study cannot determine the direction of effects for this relationship, a cyclical process between violent media and peer integration best explains the findings. To optimize social development and mental health, childrenâ€™s access to violent media should be limited."
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