GITNUX MARKETDATA REPORT 2024

The Most Surprising Tv Violence Statistics And Trends in 2024

With sources from: aacap.org, apa.org, scholar.google.com, kff.org and many more

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"Teens who watch lots of violent TV are more likely to get into fights or display emotional desensitization towards violence."

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"Children's exposure to violent TV shows is linked to an increase in aggressive attitudes and behaviors."

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"Excessive exposure to TV violence can desensitize viewers to the impact of real-life violence."

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"Each hour of TV violence watched as a child was associated with an increased likelihood of committing aggressive acts."

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"Media violence can lead to increased fear of becoming a victim of violence."

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"87% of adolescent boys considered heavy viewers of violent TV get into fights."

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"Violence is more frequent and more graphic in TV dramas compared to other genres."

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"Only 4% of violent programs include an anti-violence theme or content warning."

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"35% of programs marketed to children under the age of 12 contain violent content."

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"91% of children’s programming carries with it violence, often without consequences."

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"Only 5% of violent programs show long-term consequences of violence."

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"Violent actions are glamorized on TV leading to a distorted view of aggression among teens."

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"By the age of 18, the average American child will have seen 200,000 acts of violence on television."

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"Children and adults who watch violent TV are more likely to interpret others’ actions as hostile."

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"Longitudinal studies indicate a significant relationship between TV violence viewing at a young age and aggressive behaviors later in life."

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"Children who watch more than four hours of TV per day are more likely to exhibit aggressive behavior."

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"75% of violent acts on television are portrayed without blood or serious injury."

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"70% of violent scenes show no immediate punishment or condemnation of the violence."

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"60% of TV programs contain violence, and almost half of these shows include at least one violent interaction per episode."

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"TV violence has a stronger impact on younger viewers than older viewers."

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