Media and the well-being of children and adolescents / edited by Amy B. Jordan and Daniel Romer.Material type: TextLanguage: English Publication details: New York : Oxford University Press, 2014.Description: xvi, 288 pages ; 24 cmISBN:
- 302.230 23 JOR
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Media access and use in u.s. homes with children and adolescents / Amy Bleakley, Sarah Vaala, Amy Jordan & Dan Romer -- Learning in a digital age : toward a new ecology of human development / Lori Takeuchi & Michael Levine -- Examining media's impact on children's weight / Dina Borzekowski -- Demonstrating the harmful effects of food advertising to children and adolescents / Jennifer Harris -- Wassssup : adolescents, drugs, and the media / Victor Strasburger -- Growing up sexually in a digital world : the risks and benefits of youths' sexual media use / Jane Brown, Sherine El-Toukhy & Rebecca Ortiz -- The positive and negative effects of video game play / Sara Prot, Craig A. Anderson, Douglas A. Gentile, Stephanie C. Brown, & Edward L. Swing -- Risk and harm on the internet / Sonia Livingstone -- Technology and public health interventions / Michele Ybarra -- Using media to aid children in war, crisis, and vulnerable circumstances / Dafna Lemish -- Early learning, academic achievement and children's digital media use -- Ellen wartella & alexis lauricella -- Children's parasocial relationships / Sandra Calvert & Melissa Richards -- Behind the scenes : working with hollywood to make positive social change / Marisa Nightingale -- Sesame workshop's talk, listen, connect : a multiple media resource to benefit military families with young children / David Cohen, Jeannette Betancourt & Jennifer Kotler -- Perspectives on parenting in a digital age / Anne Collier -- Conclusion / Dan Romer, Amy Jordan & Michael Rich.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
"Media and the Well-Being of Children and Adolescents brings together many of the field's most important scholars and media professionals to present cutting-edge theory and empirical research on both the benefits and risks to youth development. It examines the role that media play in the every-day lives of young people and their families, and considers both traditional media such as television and movies as well as