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20 questions about youth and the media [Texte imprimé] / edited by Sharon R. Mazzarella

Type de document : LivresAuteur secondaire: Mazzarella, Sharon R., Editeur scientifique Langue : anglais.Éditeur : New York (N.Y.) : Peter Lang, cop. 2007Description : 1 vol. (XII-316 p.) ; 26 cmISBN : 978-0-8204-8864-6; 0-8204-8864-X; 978-0-8204-6334-6; 0-8204-6334-5.Sujet - Nom commun: Médias et jeunesse États-Unis | Rôle parental États-Unis | Mass media and youth -- United States | Mass media and children -- United States -- Government policy | Violence in mass media | Parenting -- United States | Mass media -- Social aspects -- United States | Médias, Aspect social, États-Unis | Culture et jeunesse Voir dans le SUDOC
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How has the kids' media industry evolved? / J. Alison Bryant How does the U.S. government regulate children's media? / Alison Alexander and Keisha L. Hoerrner Why is everybody always pickin' on youth? moral panics about youth, media, and culture / Sharon R. Mazzarella Piaget and power rangers : what can theories of developmental psychology tell us about children and media? / Cyndy Scheibe How do researchers study youth and the media? / Dafna Lemish Who's looking out for the kids? how advocates use media research to promote children's interests / Kathryn E. Heintz-Knowles The concerns : media use, content, and effects Advertising and consumer development : in the driver's seat or being taken for a ride? / Nancy A. Jennings Should we be concerned about media violence? / Erica Scharrer Historically, how have researchers studied the effects of media violence on youth? / John P. Murray What do young people learn about the world from watching television? / Michael Morgan How are children and adolescents portrayed on prime-time television? / Nancy Signorielli Learning while viewing : urban myth or dream come true? / Deborah L. Linebarger and Deborah K. Wainwright What are media literacy effects? / W. James Potter and Sahara Byrne The "kids" : youth, culture, and media What are teenagers up to online? / Susannah R. Stern and Taylor J. Willis How do kids' self-identities relate to media experiences in everyday life? / JoEllen Fisherkeller Just part of the family? exploring the connections between family life and media use / Christine M. Bachen How are girls' studies scholars (and girls themselves) shaking up the way we think about girls and media? / Sharon R. Mazzarella Just how commercialized is children's culture? / Matthew P. McAllister When it comes to consumer socialization, are children victims, empowered consumers, or consumers-in training / Steven Kline Do we all live in a shared world culture? / Katalin Lustyik

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