Media and Aggression
Catalogue Number: STV022
Producer: Shortcutstv Ltd
Subject: Criminal Justice & Law, Health and Medicine, Psychology, Seniors, Social Issues, Social Media, Social Sciences, Sociology
Grade Level: Post Secondary, Adult
Country Of Origin: Canada
Copyright Year: 2019
Running Time: 6:49
This Short Cut TV episode deals with the relation between media and aggression. Are these two things connected? Is aggression, something we learn? Claire Parsons reviews Canadian-American Psychologist Albert Bandura's Social Learning Theory as a potential avenue of looking at aggressive behaviour. So with this in mind, can it be argued: does aggressive media produce aggressive behaviour? Can aggressive movies, shows and video games make young kids and adults more aggressive? In this segment, Claire Parsons and Dr. Steve Taylor aim to find out.
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