Where else to go to find out more about classification and media regulation.
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Docherty, David, (1990), Public Opinion and Broadcasting Standards: Violence in Television Fiction, London: John Libbey.
Falcon, Richard, (1994), Classified! A Teacher’s Guide to Film and Video Censorship and Classification, British Film Institute.
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French, Karl, ed. (1996) Screen Violence, London: Bloomsbury.
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Petley, Julian (2011) Film and Video Censorship in Modern Britain, Edinburgh University Press
Phelps, Guy, (1975) Film Censorship, London, Gollanz. (Out of print, but may be available in public libraries)
Robertson, James C. (1985) The British Board of Film Censors. Film Censorship in Britain 1896 - 1950, London, Croom Helm.
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