Television Violence and Its Effects on Young Children
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This article examines research on television violence and links violence to specific programs commonly watched by young children. Although there are some who try to disprove any connection between television and aggresive behavior, there is evidence to suggest that such linkages do exist.
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- Television Violence and Its Effects on Young Children
Early Childhood Education Journal
Volume 26, Issue 3 , pp 149-153
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