Television violence has been a public concern ever since the small screen first dominated living rooms in the 1950s. While the argument mostly bubbles under, it comes to the fore whenever someone apportions blame to television for a real life violent incident. What is the relationship between on-screen violence and brutality in real life? Does television require more regulation? Or is it merely a convenient target of blame? This paper will examine the arguments for and against more regulation of television violence and analyse some of the research done on the subject in the US, Britain, Canada and Australia.
Art Print: A close-up of a ballerina practising her art captures the classic beauty of dance, as do many other acclaimed photographs by Harvey Edwards; Edwards was a base and aerial photographer during the Vietnam War and is best known for his images of ballet dancers.
Kim Weston has been a fine art photographer for 30 years specializing in large format photography. His main body of work consists of silver contact prints made from 8x10 negatives. In addition to the 8x10 format he prints in 11x14 and 16x20 sizes, 20x24 are available by special order only. These beautiful and expressive Black and White photographs are hand printed, archivally processed and mounted on museum quality mat board. They are signed on the front by the artist. Throughout the site you will find a treasure of images to browse through and collect from.
Many of these images can also be found in our Print of the Month Portfolio section. Enjoy looking!www.kimweston.com/kim_weston/kimweston_6.htm