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The Resource 20 questions about youth & the media, edited by Sharon R. Mazzarella

20 questions about youth & the media, edited by Sharon R. Mazzarella

Label
20 questions about youth & the media
Title
20 questions about youth & the media
Statement of responsibility
edited by Sharon R. Mazzarella
Title variation
  • Twenty questions about youth & the media
  • 20 questions about youth and the media
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
DLC
Dewey number
302.23083
Index
no index present
LC call number
HQ799.2.M35
LC item number
A17 2007
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
Mazzarella, Sharon R
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Mass media and youth
  • Mass media and children
  • Violence in mass media
  • Parenting
  • Mass media
  • Massamedia
  • Jeugd
  • Médias et jeunesse
  • Médias et enfants
  • Violence dans les médias
  • Rôle parental
  • Médias
Label
20 questions about youth & the media, edited by Sharon R. Mazzarella
Link
http://www.loc.gov/catdir/toc/ecip0617/2006022705.html
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Contents
  • 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?
  • How has the kids' media industry evolved?
  • 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
  • J. Alison Bryant
  • 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
  • How does the U.S. government regulate children's media?
  • 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
  • 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
Control code
ocm70668655
Dimensions
26 cm.
Extent
xii, 316 p.
Isbn
9780820488646
Isbn Type
(alk. paper)
Lccn
2006022705
System control number
  • (Sirsi) o70668655
  • (OCoLC)70668655
Label
20 questions about youth & the media, edited by Sharon R. Mazzarella
Link
http://www.loc.gov/catdir/toc/ecip0617/2006022705.html
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Contents
  • 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?
  • How has the kids' media industry evolved?
  • 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
  • J. Alison Bryant
  • 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
  • How does the U.S. government regulate children's media?
  • 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
  • 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
Control code
ocm70668655
Dimensions
26 cm.
Extent
xii, 316 p.
Isbn
9780820488646
Isbn Type
(alk. paper)
Lccn
2006022705
System control number
  • (Sirsi) o70668655
  • (OCoLC)70668655

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