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Publisher: Oxford University Press

Volume 52, Number 1, 2002

Violence in Children's Television Programming: Assessing the Risks
pp. 5-35(31)
Authors: Wilson, B. J.; Smith, S. L.; Potter, W. J.; Kunkel, D.; Linz, D.; Colvin, C. M.; Donnerstein, E.

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Engaging in Violence on American Television: A Comparison of Child, Teen, and Adult Perpetrators
pp. 36-60(25)
Authors: Wilson, B. J.; Colvin, C. M.; Smith, S. L.

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Prime-Time Television: Assessing Violence During the Most Popular Viewing Hours
pp. 84-111(28)
Authors: Smith, S. L.; Nathanson, A. I.; Wilson, B. J.

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Deciphering the V-Chip: An Examination of the Television Industry's Program Rating Judgments
pp. 112-138(27)
Authors: Kunkel, D.; Farinola, W. J. M.; Farrar, K.; Donnerstein, E.; Biely, E.; Zwarun, L.

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Burger on Miller: Obscene Effects and the Filth of a Nation
pp. 196-210(15)
Author: Wackwitz, L. A.

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