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  • 1. Topic 7: Crime and the Media: THE MEDIA AS A CAUSE OF CRIME STIMULUS MATERIAL Bobo Doll Experiment Albert Bandura Children watched an adult model show aggressive behavior toward a Bobo doll. Children copied the behaviour and were violent to the Bobo doll. I’m Hector Riva...Welcome to my world Film Clockwork Orange. In March 1972, at trial, the prosecutor accused a fourteen-year-old male defendant of manslaughter of a classmate, referred to A Clockwork Orange, telling the judge that the case had a macabre relevance to the film. The attacker, a boy of sixteen, pleaded guilty after telling police that friends had told him of the film "and the beating up of an old boy like this one"; defence counsel told the trial "the link between this crime and sensational literature, particularly A Clockwork Orange, is established beyond reasonable doubt".[29] The press also blamed the film for a copycat rape. Subsequently, the director Stanley Kubrick asked Warner Brothers to withdraw the film from British distribution, disliking the allegation that the film was responsible for copycat violence in real life.