Cover of: Violence and terror in the mass media | Nancy Signorielli

Violence and terror in the mass media

an annotated bibliography
  • 233 Pages
  • 0.56 MB
  • English
Greenwood Press , New York
Violence in mass media -- Bibliography, Terrorism in mass media -- Bibliography, Sex in mass media -- Bibliog
Statementcompiled by Nancy Signorielli and George Gerbner.
SeriesBibliographies and indexes in sociology,, no. 13
ContributionsGerbner, George.
LC ClassificationsZ5633.V56 S56 1988, P96.V5 S56 1988
The Physical Object
Paginationxxi, 233 p. ;
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2399503M
ISBN 100313261202
LC Control Number87029556

Originally a Unesco project, this annotate bibliography results from more than 4, requests to media scholars and researchers for research reports, publications, and other information relating to violence and by: Consisting primarily of articles published in scholarly journals and books, this comprehensive work examines major topics such as violence and mass media content, violence and mass media effects, terrorism and the mass media, and : Hardcover.

COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle.

Originally a Unesco project, this annotate bibliography results from more than 4, requests to media scholars and researchers for research reports, publications, and other information relating to violence and : Nancy Signorielli.

Download Violence and terror in the mass media FB2

This annotated bibliography began as a project of UNESCO commissioned in the fall of Over 4, requests for research reports, papers, publications, and other information pertaining to the subject of violence and terrorism in the mass media were mailed to scholars listed in the World Director of Mass Communication Researchers (Library of Knowledge of the Press, Vol.

Originally a Unesco project, this annotate bibliography results from more than 4, requests to media scholars and researchers for research reports, publications, and other information relating to violence and terrorism.

Although there is an international cast to the materials, most are from the U.S. Even though violence and terrorism permeate our myths and legends, there is. Preface Introduction Mass Media Content Mass Media Effects Pornography and the Media Terrorism and the Media Author Index Subject Index: Series Title: Bibliographies and indexes in sociology, no.

Responsibility: comp. by Nancy Signorielli and George Gerbner. relationship with the (mass) media. Terrorists’ use of the media As Nacos () noted in her book “Mass-mediated terrorism” most terrorists calculate the consequences of their actions, the likelihood of attracting the attention of the media, and the probability of gaining entry into what she calls the “Triangle of.

- Violence and Terror in the Mass Media: an Annotated Bibliography Bibliographies and Indexes in Sociology by Gerbner, George; Signorielli, Nancy. Media coverage of terrorism ‘leads to further violence’ This article is more than 4 years old Clear link claimed between reports of atrocities and follow-up attacksAuthor: Jamie Doward.

On Media Violence is a definitive examination of this hotly debated social topic. Media scholar W. James Potter asks provocative questions such as: How much media violence is there. What are the meanings conveyed in the way violence is portrayed.

What effect does it have on viewers individually, as members of particular groups, and as members of society?5/5(2). The sections of the work (mass media content, mass media effects, pornography and the media, terrorism and the media) give a better idea of the work's scope than does the title.' ' Choice, ' This annotated bibliography describes research published in scholarly journals and books, popular journals, government reports, conference papers and.

mass media, television violence has the greatest potential for Reactions of Indian adolescents to the 9/11 terror-ist attacks. Indian J Pediatr; Impact of Media Violence on.

The mass media and terrorism David L. Altheide Disclorse and Communication The mass media promotes terrorism by stressing fear and an uncertain future. Major changes in US foreign and domestic policy essentially went unreported and unchallenged by the dominant news organisations.

Not with standing the long relationship in the United States. The media indeed profits from the drama terrorism creates, and covers the terrorism-related news in a sensational way. Through employing the above-mentioned mediums, however, the media may directly or indirectly serve the interests of terrorists by simplifying stories for the viewer to the point that it has little to do with the actual events.

The studies of violence in mass media analyzes the degree of correlation between themes of violence in media sources (particularly violence in video games, television and films) with real-world aggression and violence over social scientists support the correlation.

However, some scholars argue that media research has methodological problems and that findings are. The Effects of Mass Media on Violence. The effect of mass media on various aspects of the society is a contentious issue among academicians, social scientists, and other interested parties such as politicians, citizen groups, and parents, with the basic question being whether the media is beneficial to the society or leads to destruction.

Families and children may be profoundly affected by mass violence, acts of terrorism, or community trauma in the form of shootings, bombings, or other types of attacks.

The impact will vary depending on the nature of the event and on the experiences of children and families during and afterwards. LARSEN, Otto N.

() Violence and the Mass Media. Evanston and New York: Harper and Row. LAZARSFELD, Paul, et al.

Description Violence and terror in the mass media EPUB

( []) Marienthal: The Sociology of an Unemployed Community (trans. the author, with John Reginall and Thomas Elsansser). Mass Violence Resources. Provides guidance to youth, parents, caregivers, and others who work with youth about talking to the media after a mass violence event.

This fact sheet details the rights of a child or adolescent when speaking with the media, as. Gabriel Weimann is a professor of communication at the University of Haifa, Israel, and a former senior fellow at USIP. A prolific analyst of terrorism and the mass media, his publications include over one hundred scientific articles and five books, among them "Communicating Unreality: Mass Media and Reconstruction of Realities" and "The Theater of Terror: The Mass Media and 3/5(1).

Media has a significant influence on views and beliefs. Opinions on the correlation between media violence and violence in the real life differ. A lot of studies on media influence have found that there exists interactivity between violence in the media and real violence.

However, many studies do not see such a correlation. Wilkinson, P. (): The Media and Terror; a Reassessment Terrorism and Political Violence Volume 9, No. 2 Frank Cass, London (Publisher) Discover. Finally, the article concludes with various responses of modern democratic societies to the challenge poised by media-oriented and media-savvy terrorists.

Keywords terrorism, mass media, psychology, propaganda, Internet, cyberterrorismCited by: "This book represents an outstanding contribution to the field of disaster mental health. At a time when national interest centers around providing practical, evidenced-based interventions for survivors of mass disaster and terrorism, the authors have designed a clear and concise 3.

'We Really Botched Columbine': How the Media Has Erred on School Shootings For years, the media's adaptation to the era of mass murder failed to take into account its own role in this replicating Occupation: Politics Editor. Terrorism and Mass Media William E.

Biernatzki, SJ, PhD Editor, ments and the mass media. The use of allegedly “terror-ist” guerrilla actions by an unjustly oppressed and des- Terrorism is the exercise of violence or the threat of violence against an unarmed and/or unsus-File Size: KB.

This book is a comprehensive introduction to media ethics and an exploration of how it must change to adapt to today's media revolution.

Using an ethical framework for the new 'mixed media' ethics--taking in the global, interactive media produced by both citizens and professionals--Stephen J.

Ward discusses the ethical issues which occur in both Author: Kirk Moll. Powers of the Weak: Fears and Violence in the Discourse of Communalism, Usha Zacharias and J. Devika6. Once in Rangdum: Formations of Violence and Peace in Ladakh, Ravina Aggarwal7.

Media, Terror, and Islam, Paula Chakravartty and Srinivas Lankala8. Mass Violence and the Wheels of Indian (In)Justice, Zoya Hasan9.

Details Violence and terror in the mass media PDF

The debates about the violence in mass media are being held for few decades, but there is still no definite answer. The main question is the influence of violence on people through the mass media: television, cinema, video games and even literature is just full of violent elements.

The Media as an Enabler for Acts of Terrorism 47 With technology improving at the turn of the century and thereafter, movies were added and winning over the populace became a key element.

The silent film ˝Birth of a Nation, ˛ which was released inis set in the aftermath of the Civil War and introduces the Ku Klux Klan (KKK).Revisiting the Contagion Hypothesis: Terrorism, News Coverage, and Copycat Attacks.

by Brigitte L Nacos. Abstract. Contagion refers here to a form of copycat crime, whereby violence-prone individuals and groups imitate forms of (political) violence attractive to them, based on examples usually popularized by mass media.The book concentrates on international acts of violence by nonstate terrorists and the influence of mass communications.

The analysis reflects growing public and scholarly concern about the behavior of the mass media and about issues related to freedom of the press.