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OVERRATING THE X-RATING: THIRD-PERSON PERCETION AND SUPPORT FOR CENSORSHIP OF PORNOGRAPHY

ALBERT C. GUNTHER

OVERRATING THE X-RATING: THIRD-PERSON PERCETION AND SUPPORT FOR CENSORSHIP OF PORNOGRAPHY

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Published in JOURNAL OF COMMUNICATION, V.45, PGS 27-38 .
Written in English


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"Overrating the X-rating: The third-person perception and support for censorship of pornography" How to Eat Your Watermelon in White Company (and Enjoy It) .   Scharrer, Erica (): "Third-Person Perception and Television Violence: The Role of Out-Group Stereotyping in Perceptions of Susceptibility to Effects". Communication Research, 29 (6), Scharrer, Erica & Ramasubramanian, Srividya (): "Intervening in the Media's Influence on Stereotypes of Race and Ethnicity: The Role of Media. — (), “Overrating the X-Rating: The Third-Person Perception and Support for Censorship of Pornography,” Journal of Communication, 45 (1), — and J. Douglas Storey (), “The Influence of Presumed Influence,” Journal of Communication, 54 (2),


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OVERRATING THE X-RATING: THIRD-PERSON PERCETION AND SUPPORT FOR CENSORSHIP OF PORNOGRAPHY by ALBERT C. GUNTHER Download PDF EPUB FB2

Overrating the X‐Rating: The Third‐Person Perception and Support for Censorship of Pornography. Research has produced plentiful evidence of the third‐person perception—the tendency for people to think others are more influenced by mass media than they are themselves.

But until now there has been scant evidence of the effects of that Cited by:   Overrating the X-Rating: The Third-Person Perception and Support for Censorship of Pornography Albert C. Gunther 1 Albert C. Gunther is an associate professor in the Department of Agricultural Journalism at the University of by: Third-person effect's impact on censorship support has been demonstrated in different topical areas, including pornography (Gunther, ), election campaign messages (Salwen, ), and violent.

Overrating the X-Rating: The Third-Person Perception and Support for Censorship of Pornography. Gunther, Albert C. Journal of Communication, v45 n1 p Win Cited by: Overrating the X‐Rating: The Third‐Person Perception and Support for Censorship of Pornography.

more adversely influenced by pornography than themselves. In. Gunther, AC‘Overrating the X-rating: The third-person perception and support for censorship of pornography’, Journal of Communication, vol.

45, no. 1, pp. 27 –   Overrating the X-rating: The third-person perception and support for censorship of pornography. Journal of Communication, 45, 27– Article Google Scholar. Ven‐hwei Lo, Anna Paddon, Third‐person effect, gender differences, pornography exposure and support for restriction of pornography, Asian Journal of Communication, /, 11, 1, (), ().

Gunther, A.C. () Overrating the X-rating: The Third-person Perception and the Support for Censorship of Pornography. Journal of Communicat Gunther, A.C., & Mundy, P. () Biased Optimism and the Third-person Effect.

Overrating the X-rating: The third-person perception and support for censorship of pornography. Journal of Communication, 45, 27 –[Web of Science ®], [Google Scholar]; Lo, Lo, V. Media use, involvement, and knowledge of the Gulf War.

Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly, 71, 43 – A. Gunther, "Overrating the X-Rating: The Third-Person Perception and Support for Censorship of Pornography," Journal of Communication, Vol, No.1, pp, 양승목, "여론조사와 제 3자효과: 여론조사의 영향에 대한 국회의원의 지각적 편향을 중심으로", 언론과사회, 제18호, pp,   Gunther, AC‘Overrating the X-rating: The third-person perception and support for censorship of pornography’, Journal of Communication, vol.

45, no. 1, pp. 27 –   A.C. GuntherOverrating the X-rating: the third-person perception and support for censorship of pornography J.

Commun., 45 (1) (), pp. Albert C. Gunther. Overrating the X-Rating: The third-person perception and support for censorship of Pornography. Commun. 45, 1, Google Scholar Cross Ref; Liang Guo. Surveying Internet Usage and Impact in Twelve Chinese Cities.

OVERRATING THE X-RATING: THIRD-PERSON PERCETION AND SUPPORT FOR CENSORSHIP OF PORNOGRAPHY book for Research on Social Development, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, Beijing, China. The third-person effect perceptual hypothesis predicts that individuals will perceive media messages to have greater effects on other people than on themselves.

A behavioral hypothesis predicts that third-person perception (i.e., seeing others as more influenced) will lead to support for restrictions on media messages. This study investigates young people’s support for Internet censorship in China within the broad conceptual approach of the theory of reasoned action (TRA).

Two concepts, authoritarian personality and third-person perception, were scrutinized as part of our extension of the elaboration of the TRA model. We also closely examined dimensions pertinent to the unique social context of China.

Overrating the X-rating: The third-person perception and support of censorship of pornography. Journal of Communication, 45(1), 27– The third-person perception as social judgment: An exploration of social distance and uncertainty in perceived effects of political attack ads.

Communication Research, 32(2), – A.C. Gunther, Overrating the X-rating: The third-person perception and support for censorship of pornography, Journal of Communication, 45 () Google Scholar bib   A.C. GuntherOverrating the X-rating: The third-person perception and support for censorship of pornography Journal of Communication, 45 (1) (), pp.

CrossRef View Record in Scopus Google Scholar. Two findings emerged: First, this study demonstrates the third-person effect of the Internet for the first time within Western culture.

Participants perceived that Internet pornography's negative effect was greater on others than themselves, and this third-person perception predicted support for Internet censorship.

For the purposes of this WAGER, however, only data on the Third-Person Effect, gambling, and adults is presented. References. Davison, W. The third-person effect in communication.

Public Opinion Quarterly, 47, Gunther, A. Overrating the X-rating: The third-person perception and support for censorship of pornography.

THE FIRST AMENDMENT AND THE THIRD PERSON: PERCEPTUAL BIASES OF MEDIA HARMS & CRIES FOR GOVERNMENT CENSORSHIP Clay Calvert* [I]t is difficult to find a censor who will admit to having been adversely affected by the information whose dis-semination is to be prohibited.

Even the censor's friends are usually safe from pollution. This study investigates the third-person perception and both preventive and punitive explanations for support for media censorship in the context of a controversial sexual video compact disc Overrating the X-rating: The third-person perception and support for censorship of pornography.

Journal of Communication, 45(1), Scholars, however, have not found that third-person perception predicts willingness to censor news or political media content including censorship of press coverage of the O.J.

Simpson trial, support for an independent commission to regulate political communication, or censorship or a.

The data support the thesis that the meaning of obscenity emerges in a cognitive-affective response that arises during a dynamic process of interpretation, and thus allows for extralegal factors to influence judgment. Overrating the x-rating: The third person perception and support for censorship of pornography.

Pornography as a species. Gunther, A. (): 'What we think others think: Cause and consequence in the third-person effect', Communication Research, 18, — Gunther, A. (): 'Overrating the X-rating. The third-person perception and support for censorship of pornography', Journal.

Overrating the X‐rating: The third‐person perception and support for censorship of pornography. AC Gunther. Journal of Communication 45 (1),Hostile media perceptions: Partisan assessments of press and public during the United Parcel Service strike.

"Overrating the X-rating: The third-person perception and support for censorship of pornography". Journal of Communication 45 (1): ^ a b Rojas, H.; Shah, D.V., & Faber, R.J. "For the good of others: Censorship and the third-person effect". International Journal of Public Opinion Research 8: ^ Gunther, A.C.; Hwa, A.P.

Overrating the X-rating: The third-person perception and support for censorship of pornography. Perceived impact of defamation: An experiment on third-person effects. Perceived persuasive effects of product commercials and public service announcements. This study explores the dynamics of social concern over reality shows.

Couched in the theory of the influence of presumed influence, it is argued that the degree of concern over the effects of media mediates between beliefs in media power and people's responses to such beliefs.

Survey data show that perceived influence is distinct from concern over effects. “overrating the x-rating - the 3rd-person perception and support for censorship of pornography,” by ac gunther.

JOURNAL OF COMMUNICATION, (45 (1): WIN ). “READING INTERNATIONAL NEWS IN A CENSORED PRESS ENVIRONMENT,”. Educating and changing consumers´ attitudes towards sustainable and more environmentally friendly holiday choices is often seen as a key challenge for the tourism industry.

The primary objective of this study is, therefore, to increase our understanding of psychological mechanisms underlying consumers’ responses to communication that aims to alter their holiday behavior in a more.

Overrating the X-Rating: the third-person perception and support for censorship of pornography. Journal of Communication, 45 (1), Herrman, M.

y Bordner, D. Overrating the X-rating: The third-person perception and support for censorship of pornography. Journal of Communication, 45, 27 – doi: /jtbx, [Web of Science ®], [Google Scholar]). Although the difference between gender portrayals on TV has been reduced in recent years, the gendered ideology has remained.

Third-person perception and support for pornography restrictions: Some methodological problems. International Journal of Public Opinion Research, 12, Lo, V. H., & Paddon, A. (, August) How sexual strategies theory, gender, and the third-person effect explain attitudes about pornography.

Overrating the x-rating: the third-person perception and support for censorship of l of Communication, 45(1), 27e Gunther, A.

C., & Hwa, A. Public perceptions of television influence and opinions about censorship in ational Journal of Public Opinion Research, 8(3), e اهتمت هذه الدراسة باختبار نظرية تأثر الشخص الثالث Third Person Effect بالتطبيق على القنوات الفضائية ذات المضامين الروحانية والغيبية (شهر زاد وكنوز). ثم إجراء المسح الميداني على الجمهور في دولة قطر.

Gunther A. Overrating the X-rating: The third-person perception and support for censorship of pornography. Journal of Communications. ; 45 (1)– Hald GM. Gender differences in pornography consumption among young heterosexual Danish adults. Archives of Sexual Behavior. ; – Hald GM, Malamuth NM.

Leaving the logical arguments behind, the point becomes clear as the evidence mounts: porn and sexual addiction are negatively impacting relational communication, satisfaction, and self-awareness.

That is a brutal combination that leads couples to therapists offices all over the country wondering why they just seem so hurt and confused; they just can’t communicate, especially about sex. Elliott Parker ===== Third-Person Effect and Censorship of Web Pornography By Li-jing Arthur Chang Li-jing Arthur Chang Assistant Professor Department of Mass Communications Jackson State University P.O.

Box Jackson, MS Tel: () Email: [log in to unmask]. Гіпотеза ефекту третьої особи (англ. the third-person effect hypothesis) — гіпотеза, яка стверджує, що люди схильні переоцінювати вплив масової комунікації на атитюди й поведінку інших і недооцінювати її вплив на .Third-person effects (TPE) also known as third-person perceptions (TPP), Gunther AC () “Overrating the X-Rating: The Third-Person Perception and Support for Censorship of Pornography.” In JOURNAL OF COMMUNICATION, Volume: 45, Issue:1, Page: 27–Microsoft word - psr_vol_b_09_third-person effects in the stock market Jae-Min Jung and Ho-Yeon Kim: Third-person Effects in the Stock Market:Perception of Experts & Non-experts and Impacts on Attitude Third-person Effects in the Stock Market: Perception of Experts & Non-experts and Impacts on Attitude Jae-Min Jung* and Ho-Yeon Kim** Abstract: The third-person effect was.