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Brad J. Bushman and Craig A. Anderson, Media Violence and the American Public, American Psychologist, Vol. 56, 2001

 SECTION A

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 SECTION B

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Fujioka, Y. & Austin, E.W. (2002). The relationship of family communication patterns to parental mediation styles. Communication Research 29(6), 64265.

 SECTION C

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 SECTION D

Kodaira, S.I. (1998). A review of research on Media Violence in Japan. In U. Carlson & C. Von Feilitzen, (eds.) Children and Media. Image, Education, Participation. (pp. 81-107). Sweden: The UNESCO International Clearinghouse on Children and Violence on the Screen.

 

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