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  Television Violence: Christian Resource Centre (Bermuda)
It is certainly true that television violence does not account for all the causes of children's aggression, and it is also true that some children are a great deal more likely to be affected by television violence than others, and that it is these children who are likely to be potentially more aggressive anyway.
The age of eight is critical in the relationship between television violence and the development of aggression, because of the cognitive and emotional developments that occur at this age.
One explanation may be that television provides children with rather narrow and stereotypical characters, so that they have relatively little opportunity to express their increased sophistication if they choose television characters as heroes.(36) In one study, children who chose family members or other real people as their heroes did show a more sophisticated understanding.
www.nisbett.com /child-ent/television_violence.htm   (13794 words)

 artists television network   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
In 1976 exhibition facilities like the Kitchen, Global Village, and Anthology Film Archives joined with a number of individuals to organize Cable SoHo in an attempt to place video art on Manhattan Cable Television.
While video art is most often confined to the exhibition arena, the Artists Television Network was committed to the development of "television" as an artistic medium and to the distribution of contemporary arts programming to a broad-based television viewing audience.
The result was the production of artists' television which focused on live performances, lectures, seminars, screenings, video art, theatre works, contemporary music compositions, street events, and two-way interaction.
www.lib.uiowa.edu /spec-coll/ltfs/atn.htm   (699 words)

 Journal of Social Issues   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Television Violence and View Aggression: A Reexamination of Evidence                       35
The Role of Fantasy in the Response to Television                                                         71
The Role of Social and Behavioral Science in Policymaking for Television                      157
www.spssi.org /fall1976.htm   (103 words)

 Kentucky Educational Television Records
The next series is the Minutes Series, which covers the period 1961 to 1976 and encompasses the minutes of various related KET agencies and their subcommittees.
The Minutes Series is limited to the minutes recorded at the meetings of the Advisory Committee on Educational Television; the minutes recorded at the meetings of the Kentucky Authority for Educational Television and the meetings of the varous subcommittes of both of the above, and related agencies.
Much of the material contained in the dissertation was drawn from the Kentucky Educational Television Records which were in the possession of Dr. Richard Van Hoose, one of the leaders in the development of KET.
www.library.eku.edu /collections/sca/manuscripts/ket.htm   (627 words)

 1976-77 ITV Survey
The Corporation for Public Broadcasting and the National Center for Educational Statistics conducted a survey of instructional television use in elementary and secondary schools during the 1976-77 school year.
90% of teachers who had access to ITV said that television sets were usually both available when needed and in good repair; the majority of available sets were fl-and-white.
On average, only 55% of teachers with access to ITV also had access to videotape recording equipment, with access much greater at the high school level (91%) than at middle schools (76%) or elementary schools (33%).
www.arches.uga.edu /~mlmiller/timeline/7677survey.html   (544 words)

February 4 - 1976 Winter Olympics open in Innsbruck, Austria
Copyright Act of 1976[?] extends copyright duration for an additional 20 years
December 1 - Infamous Bill Grundy incident, wherin UK punk group the Sex Pistols cause a storm of controversy and outrage by swearing on national television [1 (http://www.punk77.co.uk/audio/billgrundy.wav)]
www.ebroadcast.com.au /lookup/encyclopedia/19/1976.html   (897 words)

 NPBA - Instructional Television - Related Collections, UM Libraries
Television Awareness Training for New Awareness, New Decisions, New Action.
Vasche, Gertrude A. Utilizing Television in the Classroom.
Television and Rural Adult Education: The Tele-Clubs in France.
www.lib.umd.edu /NPBA/subinfo/itv.html   (437 words)

 About Us - PACCOM's history in film, video, and television from 1976   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Our company was founded in 1976 by Jim Jenner, a former newspaper writer and CBS News producer.
The firm originally concentrated on the production and sale of television commercials on networks such as ESPN, CNN, USA, TNT and other leading cable programmers.
By the late 80's the firm was the largest volume producer of commercials in the cable television industry, creating an average of over 2,000 television commercials per year.
www.paccomfilms.com /about_us.html   (243 words)

 Seventies Almanac - 1976
Formed in 1972, the hard rock group decided to call attention to themselves through the use of outlandish effects: explosive devices, snow machines, police lights, rocket-firing guitars, levitating drums, bizarre make-up, outrageous costumes, and a bass player who both ate fire and spit blood.
Ironically, three of the four band members did not even perform on their biggest hit single, a lilting 1976 ballad, "Beth." Only drummer Peter Criss (who wrote the song) showed up for the session, at which he was accompanied by a 26-piece orchestra and a 30-voice boys choir.
Paul McCartney begins his Wings over America tour, from which an album by the same name would be released a year later and zoom to number one.
www.superseventies.com /1976.html   (1028 words)

 Peter Pan (1976) (TV)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
This version of _Peter Pan_ is an original adaptation for television.
It is not to be confused with the 1954 Mary Martin Broadway production that was broadcast live at least twice in the fifties and on tape in 1960, at last preserved for posterity.
This 1976 television special does not feature the Charlap and Leigh and Styne, Comden and Green score or Jerome Robbins' staging.
www.imdb.com /title/tt0073533   (296 words)

 NaSTA - National Student Television Association Conference 1976   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Nicholas Witchell was also at Leeds Uni at the same time, but he was editor of the student newspaper and had no time for us television types!
A number of us from N4 ended up in television, by accident or design.
You cound't edit on that, though - it had to be copied to a 1" VTR and then edited there, mostly by University technical staff not students.
www.nasta.org.uk /history/1976   (386 words)

 Liar's Club (1976) TV Show - Liar's Club (1976) Television Show - TV.com
Liar's Club (1976) TV Show - Liar's Club (1976) Television Show - TV.com
In this syndicated game show, panelists were presented with an odd or unfamiliar object, and each had to tell a story about what the object was.
Tell the world what you think of Liar's Club (1976), write a review for this show.
www.tv.com /liars-club-1976/show/8953/summary.html   (138 words)

 From 'carpenters First Television Special (1976)' - LeadSister.com Forums
From 'carpenters First Television Special (1976)', Renata, Karen sings 'Gulf of Mexico'
Renata, I hope you will listen to this song in near future.
I listened to the song when First Television Special was broadcast in Japan.
www.leadsister.com /forums/index.php?showtopic=652   (275 words)

 "Second City TV" (1976)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
A sharply focused parody of (mostly) television AND smalltown mid-western culture, both American and Canadian at the same time!
A true world unto itself, filled with enough in-jokes and running gags to make your head spin.
Discuss this movie with other users on IMDb message board for "Second City TV" (1976)
www.imdb.com /title/tt0075578   (331 words)

 dOc DVD Review: Welcome Back, Kotter (Television Favorites) (1976)
Woodman, and caring for his loving wife, Julie (Marcia Strassman).
Instead of going the seasonal DVD route, Warner Home Video has chosen to release six episodes of Welcome Back, Kotter as an entry in their "WB Television Favorites" series.
This low-priced disc begins with One Flu Over the Cuckoo's Nest, an episode from the first season that has nearly everyone in the school coming down with the flu.
www.digitallyobsessed.com /showreview.php3?ID=8380   (1043 words)

 Vanderbilt Television News Archive: Programs broadcast in May 1976
The following programs are available in the collection of the Vanderbilt Television News Archive from May 1976:
-- CBS Evening News -- May 04, 1976: Defense Funds / Navy / Rumsfeld / Cong.
-- CBS Evening News -- May 06, 1976: Campaign 1976 / Brown / Cong.
openweb.tvnews.vanderbilt.edu /1976-5   (11292 words)

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