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Kranietraumer i Andeby og omegn i 1959 og 2009 – en komparativ analyse

Nr. 1 (første tegneserie) fra 1959, side 17. ©Disney fra Anders And og Co.
Nr. 8 (anden tegneserie) fra 1959, side 10 ©Disney fra Anders And og Co. 
Nr. 1 (tredje tegneserie) fra 2009, side 9 ©Disney fra Anders And og Co
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Agnete M. Juul1, Mads Rasmussen2, Klaus Ulrik Koch2 & Niels Juul2 1) Filmvidenskab, Københavns Universitet 2) Operations og Intensiv afdeling Nord, Neuroanæstesiologisk Afsnit, Aarhus Universitetshospital Ugeskr Læger 2016;178:V68758
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Ugeskr Læger 2016;178:V68758
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2361-2364
Head injuries in Duckburg in 1959 and 2009
Comic books have been a part of popular culture through generations. Debates concerning their graphic depictions of violence have been ongoing for nearly as long. Our aim was to examine if the violence in “Donald Duck & Co.” (a weekly published Danish comic book), illustrated through the number of head injuries, increased in the period from 1959 to 2009. The comic book vintages from the years 1959 and 2009 were read, and the number of head injuries noted. The head injuries were characterized by severity, in part by a modified Glasgow Coma Scale and in part by a newly developed Comic Book Coma Scale. The number of head injuries were equal in the examined years, however, the number of head injuries per page decreased from 1/10 pages to 1/20 pages. Donald Duck sustained a better part of the injuries increasing from 17% in 1959 to 33% in 2009. The study indicates that we, with peace of mind, can read a comic book while the rest of the family takes care of the dishes at Christmas.
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