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American Amusement Machine Ass'n v. Kendrick, 244 F.3d 572 (7th Cir. 2001)

Eclipse Enterprises v. Gulotta, 134 F.3d 63 (2nd Cir. 1997)

 

Other Authorities

Anderson, Craig & Brad Bushman, "Effects of Violent Video Games on Aggressive
Behavior, Aggressive Cognition, Aggressive Affect, Physiological Arousal, and
Prosocial Behavior: A Meta-Analytic Review of the Scientific Literature,"
12 Psych. Science 353 (Sept. 2001)

Anderson, Craig, & Karen Dill, "Video Games and Aggressive Thoughts, Feelings,
and Behavior in the Laboratory and in Life," 78(4) J. Pers. & Soc. Psych. 772 (2000)

Arnett, Jeffrey, "The Soundtrack of Restlessness - Musical Preferences and
Reckless Behavior Among Adolescents," 7 J. Adol. Rsrch 313 (1992)

Arnett, Jeffrey, "Adolescents and Heavy Metal Music: From the Mouths
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Bandura, Albert, et al., "Imitation of Film-Mediated Aggressive Models,"
66 J. Abnormal & Soc. Psych. 3 (1963)

Bandura, Albert, "What TV Violence Can Do to Your Child," Look, Oct. 22, 1963

Berkowitz, Leonard, et al., "Film Violence and Subsequent Aggressive Tendencies,"
27 Public Opin. Q. 217 (1973)

Bensley, Lillian & Juliet Van Eenwyk, "Video Games and Real-Life Aggression:
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Black, Gregory, Hollywood Censored (1994)

Blanchard, Margaret, "The American Urge to Censor," 22 Wm. & Mary L.Rev. 741 (1992)

Bloom, Richard, "On Media Violence: Whose Facts? Whose Misinformation?"
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Blum, David, "Embracing Fear as Fun To Practice for Reality: Why People Like to
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Buckingham, David, "Electronic Child Abuse? Rethinking the Media's Effects on
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Cantor, Joanne, "Children's Attraction to Violent Television Programming," in
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Centerwall, Brandon, "Television and Violence: The Scale of the Problem and Where
to Go From Here," 267(22) J.A.M.A. 3059 (1992)

Cook, Thomas, et al., "The Implicit Assumptions of Television Research: An
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47 Pub. Opin. Q. 161 (1983)

Cumberbatch, Guy, "Video Violence: Villain or Victim?" (Video Standards Council,
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Douglas, John, & Mark Olshaker, The Anatomy of Motive (1999)

Durkin, Kevin, Computer Games - Their Effects on Young People (Australia
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Video Games on Children," 42
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27 Amer. Psychologist 253 (1972)

Federal Bureau of Investigation, Uniform Crime Report (2000)

Federal Trade Commission, Marketing Violent Entertainment to Children,
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Ferguson, Christopher J., "Media Violence, Media Causality,"
57(6-7) Amer. Psychologist 446 (2002)

Fischoff, Stuart, "Psychology's Quixotic Quest for the Media-Violence Connection,"
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Fowles, Jib, The Case for Television Violence (1999)

Freedman, Jonathan, Media Violence and Its Effect on Aggression: Assessing the
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(2002)

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Freedman, Jonathan, "Viewing Television Violence Does Not Make People
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Goldstein, Jeffrey, "Does Playing Video Games Cause Aggressive Behavior?"
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Jenkins, Henry, "Professor Jenkins Goes to Washington," Harper's, July 1999

Jenkins, Henry , "Lessons From Littleton: What Congress Doesn't Want to Hear
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Jones, Gerard, Killing Monsters: Why Children Need Fantasy, Super Heroes, and
Make-Believe Violence
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Kellerman, Jonathan, Savage Spawn - Reflections on Violent Children (1999)

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Messner, Steven, "Television Violence and Violent Crime: An Aggregate Analysis,"
33(3) Social Problems 218 (1986)

Moore, David, Statistics - Concepts and Controversies (4th ed.) (1997)

National Research Council, National Academy of Sciences, Understanding and
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National Institute of Mental Health, Television and Behavior - Ten Years of Scientific
Progress and Implications for the Eighties
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Niehoff, Debra, The Biology of Violence (1999)

Pearce, Celia, "Beyond Shoot Your Friends: A Call to Arms in the Battle Against
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Quart, Alissa , "Child's Play," Lingua Franca, Oct. 2001

Rhodes, Richard, "The Media- Violence Myth," Rolling Stone, Nov. 23, 2000

Rowland, Willard, Jr., The Politics of TV Violence (1983)

Rowland, Willard, Jr., "Television Violence Redux: The Continuing Mythology of Effects,"
in Ill Effects: The Media Violence Debate (M. Baker & J. Petley, eds.) (1997)

Savage, Joanne, "The Criminologist's Perspective," in Violence and the Media
(Freedom Forum, 2001)

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Sprafkin, Joyce, et al., "Effects of Viewing Aggressive Cartoons on the Behavior
of Learning Disabled Children," 28 J. Child Psych. & Psychiatry 387 (1987)

Sprafkin, Joyce, Testimony in Eclipse Enterprises v. Gulotta (CV-92-3416)
(E.D.N.Y., Mar. 28, 1994)

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Tierney, John, "Here Come the Alpha Pups," New York Times Magazine, Aug. 5, 2001

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"Violent Crime Fell 9% in '01, Victim Survey Shows," New York Times, Sept. 9, 2002

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Wiegman, Oene, et al., "A Longitudinal Study of the Effects of Television Viewing
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Ellen Wolock, "Is There a Reasonable Approach to Handling Violence in
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Zimring, Franklin, & Gordon Hawkins, Crime is Not the Problem - Lethal Violence
in America (1997)