|Battleground: The Media||REF P 95.8 B 38 2008|
|Encyclopedia of Children, Adolescents, and the Media||REF HQ 784. M 3 E 53 2007|
|Violence in the Media: A Reference Handbook||REF PN 1992.8 V 55 S 55 2005|
BooksBooks are located in the Regular Collection on the Fourth Floor. More books on this topic can be found using the Library Catalog.
|11 Myths of Media Violence||P 96. V 5 P 678 2003|
|Media Violence: Opposing Viewpoints||P 96. V 5 M 428 2004|
|Media Violence and Children: A Complete Guide for Parents and Professionals||HQ 784. V 55 M 43 2003|
|Savage Pastimes: A Cultural History of Violent Entertainment||P 96. V 52 S 34 2005|
|Taking Sides: Clashing Views on Controversial Issues in Social Psychology||HM 1033. T 34 2005|
Journal ArticlesAcademic Search Premier
This multidisciplinary database is a great place to start a search on any topic, from violence in films to the psychology of media violence.Communication & Mass Media Complete
This database specializes in communications journals and media studies.Psychology & Behavioral Sciences Collection
This is one of our best psychology databases, and can be used to locate articles on the effects of media violence on children and adolescents, perceptions of violence in the media, and more.
HealthyMinds.org is a product of the American Psychiatric Association. This site provides information on the psychological effects of media violence.National Institute on Media and the Family
Created by a psychologist, this media watchdog group examines the effect of violence in TV programs, films, and video games on children and the family.