eBook Defining Violence: The Search for Understanding download
by David E Morrison
Author: David E Morrison
Publisher: University of Luton Press (October 11, 2005)
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Lieutenant General David Lindsay Morrison AO (born 24 May 1956) is a retired senior officer of the Australian Army. He served as Chief of Army from June 2011 until his retirement in May 2015. He was named Australian of the Year for 2016. The son of Major General Alan "Alby" Morrison, Morrison attended St Edmund's College, Canberra and the Australian National University, where he studied arts and law. In 1979, he graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree and joined the Australian Army.
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Not all violence in video games is the same. Luton, UK: University of Luton Press. Effects of different forms of filmed aggression on children’s constructive and destructive play. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 26, 54–59. CrossRefGoogle Scholar. Puri, . & Pugliese, R. (2012). Sex, lies, and video games: Moral panics or uses and gratifications.
Lieutenant General David Lindsay Morrison AO (born 24 May 1956) was a senior officer in the Australian Army, who served as Chief of Army from 25 June 2011 to 15 May 2015. Address by the Chief of Army Lieutenant General David Morrison, AO at the United Nations International Women’s Day Conference (8 March 2013). It is an honour to be invited to address this conference today.
Advancing the debate on television violence, this book examines the choices made by viewers who were asked to edit different examples of screen violence and discusses the factors these individuals took into consideration when deciding whether violence was acceptable or not. Researchers recruited groups who would bring added insight into violence, including young men and women who were familiar with violence, policemen, World War II veterans, women with a fear of crime, and parents of young children.