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W. James Potter, professor at USCB, holds one Ph.D. in Communication Studies and another in Instructional Systems Technology. Jim has been teaching media courses for two decades in the areas of effects on individuals and society, content narratives, structure and economics of media industries, advertising, journalism, programming, and production. He has taught a wide variety of students (at Indiana, UCLA, Florida State, Western Michigan, and Stanford) and has developed an excellent ability to write for a student audience. Jim has served as editor of the Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media and is the author of many journal articles and books, including the following SAGE titles: The 11 Myths of Media Violence, Theory of Media Literacy: A Cognitive Approach, and How to Publish Your Communication Research (with Alison Alexander).

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Violence in mass media.