Greece, Chania

Screen Violence Impact on Children, Adolescents, and Young Adults

when 14 July 2019 - 21 July 2019
language English
duration 1 week
credits 2.5 EC
fee USD 1500

This seminar will cover a wide range of topics concerning short- and long-term effects of consumption of violent screen media, with a focus on violent video games. We will discuss some basic assumptions that underlie research into screen violence, strengths and weaknesses of various types of empirical studies, and the role of theory in designing and understanding screen violence studies. Specific examples of key short-term experimental, cross-sectional, and longitudinal studies will be discussed. Common methodological, statistical, conceptual, and interpretational mistakes in media violence studies, and how to avoid them, will be presented. Implications for parenting and public policy will also be discussed.

Course leader

Craig A. Anderson, IOWA STATE UNIVERSITY

Target group

Psychology, film, media, advertising students, and video-gamers,

Fee info

USD 1500: Includes room and board as well as excursions

Scholarships

Extensive range of scholarships and discounts for registrations in more than one seminar (see our Tuition and Registration page)