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Rosenkoetter Lawrence I., Rosenkoetter Sharon E., Ozretich Rachel A. & Acock Alan C. (2004). « Mitigating the harmful effects of violent television ». Journal of Applied Developmental Psychology, vol. 25, n° 1, fĂ©vrier, p. 25–47. En ligne : <http://www.sciencedirec ... 74dc27cdc8d284e70ed813d>. 
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Resource type: Journal Article
BibTeX citation key: Rosenkoetter2004
Categories: General
Keywords: médias de masse, violence
Creators: Acock, Ozretich, Rosenkoetter, Rosenkoetter
Collection: Journal of Applied Developmental Psychology
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URLs     http://www.science ... 7cdc8d284e70ed813d
Abstract     
"In an effort to minimize the harmful effects of violent TV, a yearlong intervention was undertaken with children in Grades 1 through 3 (N = 177). The classroom-based intervention consisted of 31 brief lessons that emphasized the many ways in which television distorts violence. As hypothesized, the intervention resulted in a reduction in children's viewing of violent TV as well as in less identification with violent TV characters. While the intervention was more successful with girls, boys receiving the intervention were judged by their classmates to have reduced their behavioral aggression following the intervention. The importance of this research project is that it provides encouraging evidence that TV literacy programs can reduce some harmful effects of violent TV on young viewers."
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