4 edition of Media, Children, and the Family found in the catalog.
Media, Children, and the Family
January 1, 1994
by Lawrence Erlbaum
Written in English
|Contributions||Dolf Zillmann (Editor), Jennings Bryant (Editor), Aletha C. Huston (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||368|
The Present Study. This study among a sample of Dutch parents with children aged 0–7 years is focused on how the young child’s media use and their parents’ guidance practices are related to (a) family-parental characteristics, including the parent’s considerations about media in the child’s life, and (b) children’s characteristics, including the child’s media Cited by: 24 Parent and Child Media Use Parents’ media use Children’s media use 25 Negotiating Media Use in the Family Family conflicts about media Media rules Parents’ sources of advice about media content 26 Family Media Types Media-centric parents Media-moderate parents Media-light parents 30 Conclusion 32 Appendix: Survey and Topline DataFile Size: KB.
As parents and clinical psychologists, Westendorf, and her co-author Lisa Strohman, came across a number of problems with their own children and technology, but also observed an increase in clinical research showing that technology is damaging children’s brains and effecting them emotionally, leading to depression and anxiety. Nowhere is the impact of popular culture and technology on children’s relationships more noticeable than in families. example, from Malcolm in .
A study examined media use patterns among a large, nationally representative sample of children ages , and which explored how children choose and interact with the whole array of media available to them, including television, movies, computers, music, video games, radio, magazines, books, and newspapers. The goal was to provide a solid base from which to examine media's Cited by: 5. books — voters. Modern Parenting Strategies. 21 books — 14 voters. Books that say Facebook is NOT good for us. 10 books — 3 voters. Advertising (my picks) 27 books — 8 voters. Popsugar - A Book Involving Social Media. books — voters. Fiction in Characters or Less. 20 books — 1 voter.
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