Ill Effects: The Media/Violence Debate

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INDEX
Note: this index does not include references to categories such as 'media effects' and 'violence' as these are central to all the discussions throughout.
a
Accused, The3 - 4
advertising 31 , 36 -9, 67
Age Green Guide117
Akdeniz, Yaman 193 , 194
Alton, David 27 , 28 , 30 , 181
Amiel, Barbara 182
Americanisation 171 -2, 174
Anthropophagous130
Apocalypse Now132
Appleyard, Bryan 167
Arnold, Matthew 154
audiences:
audience research 2 - 23 , 43 , 87 , 137 -8;
fans 126 -34, 135 -46
Australian, The118
Australian Broadcasting Tribunal 121

b
Baby of Macon, The34
Bacon-Smith, Camille 43
Bad Lieutenant137 , 180
Bad Taste130
Bagehot, Walter 153
Barker, Martin 35 , 38 , 40 , 89 ;
and Brooks, Kate 8 - 10
Barlow, G. and Hill A. 135 , 177 -8
Basic Instinct4
Basketball Diaries, The23
BBC 174 , 203
Belson, William 40 -1, 87
Bill, The (ITV) 44
Blackboard Jungle44 , 173
Blunkett, David 206 , 207
Bragg, Sara and Grahame, Jenny 88
Brain Dead132
Brighton Rock172
British Board of Film Classification (BBFC) 90 , 97 -8, 134
Broadcasting Standards Council 194
Brown, Ray 76
Bryant, J. and Anderson D.R. 76
Bryant, Martin 117 -18
Buckingham, David 13 - 14 , 18 , 43 , 76 , 89 , 97 , 98 , 103 ;
and Sefton-Green, Julian 98
Bulger, James 28 , 29 , 30 , 32 , 66 , 69 , 79 , 80 , 84 , 117 , 123 -4, 150 , 158 , 179 , 187

c
Cameron, Deborah and Frazer, Elizabeth 103
Campbell, Beatrix 123
Cannibal Ferox132
Cannibal Holocaust132
Capper, Suzanne 29 , 180 -1
Carmageddon189
Carrie80 , 129
cartoons 11 - 12
Castle of Frankenstein126 , 128 , 132
censorship 35 , 68 , 70 , 74 -5, 82 , 121 -2, 152 , 166 , 171 , 172 , 180 , 181 ;
Obscene Publications Act 131 , 194 -5;
Telecommunications Act 194 -5;
Video Recordings Act 131 , 179 , 181
Centre for Child and Media Studies 88 -9
Centre for Media Literacy 88 - 91 , 94 -6, 98 , 105
Chambers, Iain 174
Chapman, Cecil 157
Chard, Lawrence 196
Cherland, M.R. 103
Child's Play (series) 28 - 30 , 32 -4, 117 , 180 , 182
children 27 - 34 , 63 - 76 , 79 - 81 ;
child experts 152 -8;
child pornography 192 , 195 - 200 ;
conceptions of childhood 14 , 63 - 76 , 78 - 85 ;
fears over children 68 - 70 , 78 - 81 ;
Protection of Children Act 196
Cinefantastique128
Cherry, Brigid 23

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Introduction 1
  • References 25
  • 1 - The Newson Report 27
  • 2 - The Worrying Influence of 'Media Effects' Studies 47
  • Notes 60
  • 3 - Electronic Child Abuse? 63
  • Notes 76
  • 4 - Living for Libido; Or, 'Child's Play Iv' 78
  • 5 - Just What the Doctors Ordered? 87
  • References 108
  • 6 - Once More with Feeling 111
  • References 125
  • 7 - I Was a Teenage Horror Fan 126
  • 8 - 'Looks like It Hurts' 135
  • 9 - Reservoirs of Dogma 150
  • 10 - Us and Them 170
  • References 184
  • 11 - Invasion of the Internet Abusers 186
  • 12 - On the Problems of Being a 'trendy Travesty' 202
  • References 224
  • Index 225
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