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Harm and Offence in Media Content

A review of the evidence

by Andrea Millwood Hargrave

  • 115 Want to read
  • 13 Currently reading

Published by Intellect Ltd .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Media Studies,
  • Performing Arts/Dance,
  • Social Science,
  • Mass Media - General,
  • Performing Arts,
  • Public Policy - General

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages256
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8920221M
    ISBN 101841501611
    ISBN 109781841501611

      The choice for Facebook: harm versus offence The first set of choices are those for Facebook itself. As Facebook’s Reporting Guide flowchart shows most choices involve deciding whether content.   The Introduction illustrates further how this book will unfold. Even though contributors draw on different schools of thought and use different methodologies, they all share a concern about the complex and ambiguous nature of offence as well as the different ways in which offence comes to matter in our everyday and socio-political by: 2.

    The harm principle states that the only actions that can be prevented are ones that create harm. In other words, a person can do whatever he wants as long as his actions do not harm others.   These are the sources and citations used to research Youth, social media, and the culture industry. This bibliography was generated on Cite This For Me on Sunday, June 7, Book.

    Sonia Livingstone OBE FBA is a professor of Social Psychology and former head of the Department of Media and Communications at the London School of Economics and Political Science and has dedicated much of her research to children, media and the Internet. She is author or editor of eighteen books and many academic articles and chapters. She has been Alma mater: University of Oxford.   Bullying and harassment on social media is prevalent. Cyberbullying can lead to depression or even worse. Unfortunately, social media makes this kind of behavior that much easier for those who wish to do harm. According to GuardChild, over 40% of all teenagers with Internet access have reported being bullied online.


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Harm and Offence in Media Content by Andrea Millwood Hargrave Download PDF EPUB FB2

In today’s media and communications environment, pressing questions arise regarding the media’s potential for harm, especially in relation to children.

This book offers a unique and comprehensive analysis of the latest research on contentrelated media harm and offence. For the first time, a balanced, critical account brings together findings on both established and newer.

This book offers a unique and comprehensive analysis of the latest research on content-related media harm and offence.

For the first time, a balanced, critical account brings together findings on both established and newer In today’s media and communications environment, pressing questions arise regarding the media’s potential for harm /5.

Harm and Offence in Media Content: A Review of the Evidence - Kindle edition by Millwood, Andrea. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets.

Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Harm and Offence in Media Content: A Review of the by: Harm and Offence in Media Content presents a significant and comprehensive analysis of the benefits and dangers posed by both established and emergent technologies.

Newly updated, this balanced, critical account examines all media, including interactive games, social Author: Sonia Livingstone. In today’s media and communications environment, pressing questions arise regarding the media’s potential for harm, especially in relation to children.

This book offers a unique and comprehensive analysis of the latest research on content-related media harm and offence.

For the first time, a balanced, critical account brings together findings on both established and newer. In today's media and communications environment, pressing questions arise regarding the media's potential for harm, especially in relation to children.

This fully revised edition offers a unique and comprehensive analysis of the latest research on content-related media harm and offence. For the Author: Andrea Millwood.

Harm and Offence in Media Content presents a significant and comprehensive analysis of the benefits and dangers posed by both established and emergent technologies. Newly updated, this balanced, critical account examines all media, including interactive games, social.

Harm and Offence in Media Content: A Review of the Evidence especially in relation to book offers a unique and comprehensive. With contributions from David Brake, Jesse Elvin, Rebecca Gooch, Judith Livingstone and Russell Luyt.

Key points from the evidence on harm and offence: * Research shows some harmful effects of the media under certain circumstances, with media content being part of a multi-factor explanation of social concerns (violence, sexuality, stereotyping, etc).

In today's media and communications environment, pressing questions arise regarding the media's potential for harm, especially in relation to children. This fully revised edition offers a unique and comprehensive analysis of the latest research on Brand: Intellect Books Ltd.

In today's media and communications environment, pressing questions arise regarding the media's potential for harm, especially in relation to children. This book offers a unique and comprehensive analysis of the latest research on content-related media harm and offence. Executive summary --The policy context --Researching media effects --Television --Film, video and DVD --Electronic games --Internet --Telephony --Radio and music --Print --Advertising --Regulation in the home --Conclusions --Annex I.

Methodological considerations in researching harm and offence --Annex II. The legal framework of English law. Get this from a library.

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Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Andrea Millwood Hargrave, Sonia Livingstone. Andrea Millwood Hargrave is the author of Harm and Offence in Media Content ( avg rating, 3 ratings, 1 review, published ), Accountability and th /5. Harm Principle, Offence Principle, and Hate Speech 5 The essential distinction between ‘instigation’ and ‘advocacy’ or ‘teaching’ is that those to.

If inadvertent or unexpected actions, audio or images in live content are likely to cause harm or offence, take appropriate steps to mitigate.

When our content is live, we rarely have the same luxury to deliberate on questions of harm and offence, and to make nuanced decisions about warning the audience, as we do with pre-recorded content.

Abstract. The aim of this chapter is to confront the ethical question of the constraints of speech. Focus is put on the harm or the offence caused by the speech in question: can we say that sometimes the harm or the offence brought about by a certain speech constitutes such an injury that it cannot be tolerated?Author: Raphael Cohen-Almagor.Tools of the trade: Media Law & Human Rights, by Andrew Nichol QC, Gavin Millar QC and Andrew Sharland (Oxford University Press, pp£); Harm and Offence in Media Content: A Review of the Evidence, by Andrea Millwood Hargrave and Sonia Livingstone (Intellect Books, pp£)Cited by: 2.Publishing Information that Harms Another's Reputation When you publish online, whether it's on a blog, in a podcast, in a video you upload to YouTube, or simply in a comment on another's website, you might say or do something that harms the reputation of .