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we should be trying to solve this problem by putting a mere computer chip into the TV. We need to solve the problem by going to Hollywood and telling the industry that this type of programming in not necessary. We need to tell them to be creative, and use their brains. They are taking the easy way out by showing this stuff. In the long term we all suffer for it. There probably will never be an end to the controversy of television violence. We are getting more and more information and on the effects of television violence. All of these findings have produced an increasing awareness of the basic problem and of the need for change. We know excessive viewing of television violence is harmful to the viewer. It is time we take a solid stand on the issue and tell the producers of these

shows that we don?t want them. Bibliography Comstock, George. Television and the American Child. San Diego: Academic Press, Inc., 1991. Elber, Lynn. “Getting to the Heart of TV Violence”. Boston Globe, 20 September 1995: Page 84. Goodman, Ellen. “How to Zap Violence on TV”. Boston Globe, 15 February 1996: Page 23. Hohler, Bob. “Christopher Reeve Argues Against Federal Censorship of TV, Urges Hollywood to Adopt Own Rules”. Boston Globe, 24 February 1994: Page 11. Jackson, Derrick. “A G-chip, Not a V-chip”. Boston Globe, 6 March 1996: Page 15. Meltz, Barbara. “Beware Rangers? Mixed Messages, Sidebar I: How Parents Can Become Involved, Sidebar II: Share Your Holiday Strategies”. Boston Globe, 1 December 1994: Page A1. Wood, Samuel. The World of Psychology.

Boston: Allyn and Bacon, 1996.