Reviews studies on the affect of TV violence on children.
An article from the American Academy of Pediatrics: Some Things You Should Know About Media Violence and Media Literacy.
About-Face questions and satirizes negative and demeaning images of women in society.
The site includes the research, policy and opinion documents to inform users about social, economic and policy factors around media's influence in the lives of children and families.
Detailed articles for teens and children about issues and ways to handle problems on the internet.
This CLN menu page provides links to Media Studies curricular resources and instructional materials (lesson plans) in the specific topic of violence in the media
Research data tracking television viewing habits and behavior patterns, population/homicide rate data, cartoon violence, video games, internet, music, lyrics and potential adverse effects of excessive exposure to media.
Materials about the mass media and its relationship to people's identities, gender, sexuality and behaviour.
Chapter of a book, written by Dr David Gauntlett of the University of Leeds, criticising studies of media effects. [Legally reproduced on the Web by the author].
The divergent scenes in society's seemingly random patchwork quilt of senseless youth violence contain a common thread.