|Introduction: from bad research to good-a guide for the perplexed||1|
|MARTIN BARKER AND |
|1The Newson Report: a case study in 'common sense'||27|
|2The worrying influence of 'media effects' studies||47|
|3Electronic child abuse? Rethinking the media's effects on children||63|
|4Living for libido; or, 'Child's Play IV': the imagery of childhood and the call for censorship||78|
|5Just what the doctors ordered? Media regulation, education and the 'problem' of media violence||87|
|6Once more with feeling: talking about the media violence debate in Australia||111|
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Book title: Ill Effects: The Media/Violence Debate.
Contributors: Martin Barker - Editor, Julian Petley - Editor.
Place of publication: London.
Publication year: 2001.
Page number: v.
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