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Cynthia A. Cooper. Violence on Television: Congressional Inquiry, Public Criticism, and Industry Response: A Policy Analysis. University Press of America. 1996. 214pp.

Jib Fowles. The Case for Television Violence. Sage Publications. 1999. 161pp.

Barrie Gunter; Jackie Harrison; Maggie Wykes. Violence on Television: Distribution, Form, Context, and Themes. Lawrence Erlbaum Associates. 2003. 320pp.

Barrie Gunter. Dimensions of Television Violence. St. Martin's Press. 1985. 282pp.

James T. Hamilton. Channeling Violence: The Economic Market for Violent Television Programming. Princeton University Press. 2000. 390pp.

James T. Hamilton (editor). Television Violence and Public Policy. University of Michigan Press. 2000. 408pp.

P. T. Kelly (editor). Television Violence: A Guide to the Literature. Nova Publishers. 1999. 311pp.

Willard D. Rowland. The Politics of TV Violence: Policy Uses of Communication Research. Sage Publications. 1983. 320pp.

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