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Wisconsin Parent/Guardian Descriptions of Children's Behavior Related to the Viewing of Television News
(Wisconsin Communication Association, 1999)
Between 1987 and 1998, children committed numerous school shootings–killing or wounding classmates, teachers, and principals. Research suggests a consistent and causal relationship between viewing TV violence and increased ...
Wisconsin Parental Evaluations of Legislative and Non-legislative Solutions to Violence on Television
(Wisconsin Communication Association, 1996)
Since the early 1950s, television programming containing violent content has concerned citizens in the United States. The first congressional hearings on TV violence and its impact on children and youth occurred in June ...
A content analysis of local television news: Coverage of controversial issues and diverse populations in Eau Claire, Wisconsin
(Wisconsin Communication Association, 2001-04)
The purpose of this study was to understand the types of messages communicated through local TV news in Eau Claire, Wisconsin by examining the news content broadcast by two local TV stations. The objectives of the research ...
Utilizing the Campus Radio Station in the Communication Research Methods Course
(Broadcast Education Association, 1996-04-13)
The purpose of this paper is to provide educators with an example of how the campus radio station can be utilized as a topic of scientific inquiry in an undergraduate communication research methods course. One of the most ...