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  • A Parent’s Guide to Media Violence and Agression in School

    This time of the year, many parents worry about their kids’ safety at school. Tragic and violent events, like those that occurred at Columbine High School more than a decade ago, or more recently at Sandy Hook Elementary School, have fueled intense public debate over the effects of media violence among children and within schools. […]

  • The Culture of Media Violence

    This 30-minute PBS special “After Newtown | What Next: Violence in the Media” (air date: 12/22/2012) portrays an in-depth analysis on the culture of violence in the media. At the 23-minute mark, NAMLE Vice President, Dr. Vanessa Domine, speaks to the complex issues surrounding children, media and violence.        

  • Media and Real Life Violence

    Last week 12 theater-goers were senselessly shot and killed and 58 others injured during a midnight premier of a popular Hollywood film in Aurora, Colorado.  President Obama and leaders from across the world reached out with condolences to the victim’s families and a community and a nation once again stricken with grief and sadness. Those […]