The Resource Popular culture : opposing viewpoints, John Donald Woodward, book editor
- Popular culture : opposing viewpoints, John Donald Woodward, book editor
- Title remainder
- opposing viewpoints
- Statement of responsibility
- John Donald Woodward, book editor
- Bibliography note
- Includes bibliographical references and index
- Does popular culture have value? -- Reality TV fosters connections between people / Heather Havrilesky -- Reality TV fosters sadism / Michael Goodspeed -- Violent video games can promote an understanding of human nature / Thom Gillespie -- Violent video games promote violence / Jack Thompson -- Rap music provides a realistic view of life / Carl S. Taylor and Virgil Taylor -- Rap music harms the black community / John McWhorter -- Is popular culture too coarse? -- Television programming has become increasingly coarse / Jonathan S. Adelstein -- Cultural conservatives exaggerate the coarseness of television programming / Carl F. Horowitz -- Radio broadcasting has become increasingly vulgar / Frank Absher -- Efforts to censor radio vulgarity are misguided / Neal Boortz -- Rap music's focus on pimps harms society / Clarence Page -- Rap music's focus on pimps does not harm society / Mark Anthony Neal -- Popular culture encourages girls to wear revealing clothing / Jared Jackson -- Revealing teen fashions do not harm children / Rhonda Hollen -- The federal Communications Commission should crack down on TV obscenity / L. Brent Bozell III -- The Federal Communications Commission should not crack down on TV obscenity / Doug Casey -- Is popular culture too violent? -- Media violence promotes violent behavior / Ed Donnerstein -- Media violence promotes healthy behavior / Gerard Jones -- Professional wrestling promotes violent behavior / Jackson Katz and Sut Jhally -- Professional wrestling is harmless drama / Ray Deonandan -- Violent rap lyrics are not a significant contributor to violent behavior / Pat Stack -- Violent rap lyrics can encourage violent behavior / Brent Morrison -- The movies industry fosters anti-religious attitudes / Don Feder -- The movie industry has begun to foster respect for religion / Barbara Nicolosi -- Television promotes acceptance of homosexuality / Albert Mohler -- Television encourages viewers to reject homosexuals / Abigail Graber -- Popular culture promotes acceptance of pornography / Dave Berg -- Acceptance of pornography may be decreasing / Elizabeth Nickson -- Playboy magazine legitimized pornography / Sheila Gibbons -- Playboy magazine is harmless / Catherine Seipp
- 23 cm.
- 202 p.
- Isbn Type
- (lib. : alk. paper)
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