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The contribution presents information on the dynamic-interaction model of researching medial violence by Ingo Sander as a theoretical framework for analysis of contextual factors. The authors used nine basic contextual factors that were pointed out in the work by Barbara Wilson and her coworkers: victim’s nature, perpetrator’s nature, causes of violence, used weapons, realism, extensiveness, rewards and punishments, consequences of violence, and humor. These factors can lead to learned aggressiveness, fear, and desenzitization. The authors tried to carry out the content analysis of contextual factors of two TV program shots – one from the animated serial story entitled Tom and Jerry, and the other one from the film entitled Secret Agent Jack T. (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2008 APA, all rights reserved)(from the journal abstract)