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The analysis of the Table 4 gives a rather clear vision of what is the most repulsive about scenes of violence for the teachers. First of all, it’s their belief that the screen violence А. В. Федоров Медиаобразование - страница 16 does effect the growth of crimes in society (80%). After that there are such factors as the disgust at the sight of blood, gore, graphic images of violence; unwillingness to experience disturbing emotions; fear А. В. Федоров Медиаобразование - страница 16 of any kind of violence.

Maximum gender differences emerge in the question of fear of violence (25% of women and 5% of men), and resentment of any kind of violence (41% of women and А. В. Федоров Медиаобразование - страница 16 22% of men), which corresponds to the “braver” men’s status in any group of the people participating in the study.

Teachers from 41 to 70 are the most strongly resentful towards media violence. The same А. В. Федоров Медиаобразование - страница 16 age group is the most convinced that the screen violence has an impact on the growth of violence in real life.

The comparison of the teachers’ and students’ opinions shows А. В. Федоров Медиаобразование - страница 16 that the last are more tolerable towards screen violence. Only 20% of students (compared to 80% of teachers) think that it affects the violence in society. The gore disgusts 25% of the students (54% of teachers). Experiencing А. В. Федоров Медиаобразование - страница 16 the unpleasant emotions is a reason of not-watching the violent episodes for 18% of the students (56 % teachers), and the resentment of any violence- 21% (35% of the teachers). Both teachers and students percentage agree on А. В. Федоров Медиаобразование - страница 16 the question of fear of violence.


^ Table 5. Whom do the Teachers Usually Watch Violent Content Programs with


^ Teachers’ Age/Gender

The type of company with whom teachers prefer to watch on-screen violence:

Alone

Friends

Girlfriend А. В. Федоров Медиаобразование - страница 16/Boyfriend/Spouse

Parents

Students

Children/Grandchildren

Strangers

Number of Teachers in % who gave this type of company:

21-30 /total

40,00

60,00

50,00

10,00

0,00

0,00

0,00

21-30/male

66,67

66,67

33,33

0,00

0,00

0,00

0,00

21-30/female

28,57

57,14

57,14

14,28

0,00

0,00

0,00

31-40/total

25,00

75,00

66,67

25,00

25,00

16,67

0,00

21-30/male

50,00

100,00

50,00

25,00

50,00

25,00

0,00

21-30/female

12,50

62,50

75,00

25,00

12,50

12,50

0,00

41-50/total

36,36

72,73

45,45

18,18

36,36

36,36

18,18

41-50/male

50,00

50,00

50,00

25,00

25,00

50,00

50,00

41-50/female

28,57

85,71

42,86

14,28

42,86

28,57

0,00

51-60/total

41,67

58,33

75,00

0,00

16,67

33,33

16,67

51-60/male

60,00

80,00

100,00

0,00

20,00

40,00

0,00

51-60/female

28,57

42,86

47,14

0,00

28,57

42,86

0,00

61-70/total

33,33

83,33

83,33

0,00

16,67

50,00

0,00

61-70/male

50,00

100,00

100,00

0,00

0,00

50,00

0,00

61-70/female

30,00

80,00

80,00

0,00

20,00

50,00

0,00

^ All age groups /Total

35,09

70,17

64,91

10,53

21,05

29,82

3,51

All age groups/male

55,55

77,78

66,67

11,11

22,22

33,33

11,11

All age groups/female

25,64

66,67

64,10

10,26

20,51

28,20

0,00


The data of Table 5 tells us that generally teachers watch А. В. Федоров Медиаобразование - страница 16 programs/movies with violent content in the company of their partners/spouses (65-70%). Further on follow: watching alone (35%), with children/grandchildren (30%), with students (21%), with parents (10%) and with strangers (3%). Noticeably, men tend А. В. Федоров Медиаобразование - страница 16 to watch violent programs by themselves twice more as women. Not a singe woman teacher marked strangers (e.g. in a movie theatre) as companions to watch movies with violent content.

Younger А. В. Федоров Медиаобразование - страница 16 teachers in the age range of 21 to 30 do not watch scenes of violence with their children (logically considering their age) or students (0%). Elder teachers (61-70), on the contrary, are more oriented on watching them А. В. Федоров Медиаобразование - страница 16 together with their children (the latter being adults of 30-40 years old).

I’d like to remind that the similar study was мейд for the students of various age. Comparing their answers with А. В. Федоров Медиаобразование - страница 16 the teachers’ answers, we can notice the common grounds among these two groups: the most desirable company for watching violent programs are friends, both for the students and for the А. В. Федоров Медиаобразование - страница 16 teachers. Moreover, only 10-12% of students watch them with parents, and 3-5% -with strangers.

Further answer differ a lot. In contradistinction to teachers, students do not like to watch media production containing violence being alone (5% of students А. В. Федоров Медиаобразование - страница 16 vs. 35% of teachers, 7 times less). But the most significant point is that only 4% of the students (compared to 21% of teachers) are ready to watch it together with their teachers А. В. Федоров Медиаобразование - страница 16. Even in the age group of 7-8 year-olds, only 12% are eager to share this experience with their teacher.


Table 6. Psychological Reasons for Watching Scenes of Violence on the Screen


^ Teachers’ Age/Gender

Teachers’ motivations for watching on А. В. Федоров Медиаобразование - страница 16 screen violence:

Good Mood

Low Spirits

To Irritate the Others

Normal Mood

Other Reasons

Number of Teachers in % who gave this reason:

21-30 /total

0,00

10,00

0,00

50,00

10,00

21-30/male

0,00

0,00

0,00

66,67

33,33

21-30/female

0,00

14,28

0,00

57,14

0,00

31-40/total

8,33

25,00

0,00

66,67

0,00

21-30/male

25,00

25,00

0,00

50,00

0,00

21-30/female

0,00

25,00

0,00

75,00

00,00

41-50/total

18,18

45,45

0,00

36,36

0,00

41-50/male

25,00

25,00

0,00

50,00

0,00

41-50/female

14,28

57,14

0,00

28,57

0,00

51-60/total

8,33

50,00

0,00

41,67

0,00

51-60/male

20,00

40,00

0,00

40,00

0,00

51-60/female

0,00

47,14

0,00

42,86

0,00

61-70/total

8,33

41,67

0,00

50,00

0,00

61-70/male

0,00

0,00

0,00

100,00

0,00

61-70/female

10,00

30,00

0,00

60,00

0,00

^ All age groups /Total

8,77

31,58

0,00

54,38

1,75

All age groups/male

16,67

22,22

0,00


55,55

5,55

All age groups/female

5,13

35,90

0,00

53,85

0,00

Good mood А. В. Федоров Медиаобразование - страница 16, Bad mood, Normal Mood, Other reasons


The analysis of data of Table 6 shows that teachers usually watch scenes of violence in a normal psychological state (54%). Low spirit follows with 31%, and good mood А. В. Федоров Медиаобразование - страница 16 with 9%. It is worth mentioning that the gender difference is first of all revealed in the fact that men teachers more often watch media violence being in the good mood, while women teachers - in the А. В. Федоров Медиаобразование - страница 16 bad mood.

The same tendency is seen in the students’ answers: normal mood (50%), low spirit (27%). However, there are three times as many pupils (compared to teachers) who prefer to watch А. В. Федоров Медиаобразование - страница 16 violent scenes in a good mood (20%), that probably is not surprisingly for young people to be in a good mood overall more frequently than for adults.


^ Table 7. Types of Psychological States That Occur А. В. Федоров Медиаобразование - страница 16 After Watching the Violent Scenes


^ Teachers’ Age/Gender

Psychological states in which teachers find themselves after watching on-screen violence:

Aggression

Joy

Isolation

Depression

Excitement

Disorder

Agitation

Indifference

Desensitization

Psychological state doesn’t change

^ Number of Teachers in % who gave this type А. В. Федоров Медиаобразование - страница 16 of their psychological state:

21-30 /total

10,00

0,00

10,00

10,00

10,00

20,00

10,00

20,00

0,00

20,00

21-30/male

0,00

0,00

33,33

0,00

0,00

0,00

33,33

33,33

0,00

33,33

21-30/female

14,28

0,00

0,00

14,28

14,28

28,57

0,00

14,28

0,00

14,28

31-40/total

8,33

0,00

8,33

25,00

8,33

25,00

0,00

0,00

8,33

25,00

21-30/male

0,00

0,00

25,00

25,00

0,00

0,00

0,00

0,00

0,00

50,00

21-30/female

0,00

0,00

12,50

25,00

12,50

25,00

0,00

0,00

12,50

12,50

41-50/total

0,00

0,00

18,18

18,18

18,18

18,18

0,00

0,00

0,00

27,27

41-50/male

0,00

0,00

25,00

25,00

25,00

25,00

0,00

0,00

0,00

0,00

41-50/female

0,00

0,00

14,28

14,28

14,28

14,28

0,00

0,00

0,00

42,86

51-60/total

8,33

0,00

33,33

25,00

25,00

8,33

0,00

0,00

0,00

0,00

51-60/male

20,00

0,00

40,00

20,00

20,00

0,00

0,00

0,00

0,00

0,00

51-60/female

0,00

0,00

28,57

28,57

28,57

14,28

0,00

0,00

0,00

0,00

61-70/total

0,00

0,00

16,67

8,33

16,67

33,33

0,00

0,00

0,00

25,00

61-70/male

0,00

0,00

0,00

0,00

0,00

50,00

0,00

0,00

0,00

50,00

61-70/female

0,00

0,00

20,00

10,00

20,00

30,00

0,00

0,00

0,00

20,00

^ All age groups /Total

3,51

0,00

19,30

17,54

15,79

19,30

1,75

3,51

1,75

19,30

All age groups/male

5,55

0,00

27,78

16,67

11,11

11,11

5,55

5,55

0,00

22,22

All age groups/female

2,56

0,00

15,38

17,95

17,95

23,08

0,00

2,56

2,56

17,95


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