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© Alexander Fedorov

Violence on the Russian & American Media Screen and Youth Audience

This publication was prepared (in part) under a grant funded by the United States Information Agency and administered by the Kennan Institute for Advanced Russian Studies of the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, Washington D.C. The statements and views expressed herein are those of the author and are not necessarily those of the Wilson Center.

Published in 2003 by Kuchma Publisher House.
43, Turgenevsky, Taganrog, 347900, Russia.

Copyright © 2003 by Alexander Fedorov.

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Fedorov, Alexander. 1954-. Violence on the Russian & American Media Screen and Youth Audience/Alexander Fedorov.
p. cm.
Includes bibliographical references.

ISBN 5-901625-10-2

1. Violence in mass media -- United States, Russia. 2. Violence in television -- United States, Russia.. 3. Television and children -- United States, Russia. 4. Television broadcasting policy. 5. Mass media. 6. Mass media and culture. 7. Study and teaching. 8. Media Literacy. I. Title.

The final phase of research for this book was supported in part under a grant funded by the United States Information Agency and administered by the Kennan Institute for Advanced Russian Studies of the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, Washington D.C. The statements and views expressed herein are those of the author and are not necessarily those of the Wilson Center.

The initial phase of research for this book was supported by Open Society Institute (1998, grant № МСС809), ECHO Program (Central European University, Budapest, Senior Visiting Grant, 1998, October), Russian Science Foundation for Humanities (RGNF, 1999-2000, grant N 99-06-00008a, and partly published in Russian Foundation for Humanity Journal. 2001. N 1, pp.131-145). Another short publications: Media I Skole og Samfunn /Norway, 2001. N21, p.41, 2000. N 1, pp.16-23. 1999. N 5, pp.37-39; News from The UNESCO International Clearinghouse on children and Violence on the Screen. 2000. N 2, p.5; The International Research Forum on Children and Media /Australia. 2000. N 9, p.5.

Contents

  Preface p. 4
1 Russian Cinematography and the Theme of Violence p. 8
2 Russia’s Violent Television Programs p. 12
3 Television, Film Repertoire, and the Problem of Violence on the Screen p. 13
4 Russian Teenagers and Violence on the Screen p. 17
5 Computer/Video Games: Media Violence and Russian Teenager Audience p. 30
6 Media Violence & Youth Audience in the USA p. 34
7 The Short Comparative Analysis of American and Russian Studies about Media Violence and Children/Youth p. 54
8 Appendices p. 56
8.1 Short U.S. Media Violence History p. 56
8.2 The Special Course “The Mass and Individual Terror and Terrorism in the Mirror of the Russian Cinema (The Feature Films of the Sound Period)” p. 59
8.3 Organizations’ Internet Sites p. 80
8.4 Bibliography (Suggesting Reading) p. 80
8.5 About the Author p. 85

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