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The Handbook of Children, Media and Development bringstogether an interdisciplinary group of experts in the fields ofdevelopmental psychology, developmental science, communication, andmedicine to provide an authoritative, comprehensive look at theempirical research on media and media policies within thefield. * 25 newly-commissioned essays bring new research to theforefront, especially on digital media, developmental research, andpublic policy debates * Includes helpful introductions to each section, a theoreticaloverview of the field, and a final chapter that offers a vision offuture research…mehr

Produktbeschreibung
The Handbook of Children, Media and Development bringstogether an interdisciplinary group of experts in the fields ofdevelopmental psychology, developmental science, communication, andmedicine to provide an authoritative, comprehensive look at theempirical research on media and media policies within thefield. * 25 newly-commissioned essays bring new research to theforefront, especially on digital media, developmental research, andpublic policy debates * Includes helpful introductions to each section, a theoreticaloverview of the field, and a final chapter that offers a vision offuture research * Contributors include key, international authorities in thefield

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  • Produktdetails
  • Verlag: John Wiley & Sons
  • Seitenzahl: 640
  • Erscheinungstermin: 22. Januar 2009
  • Englisch
  • ISBN-13: 9781444302769
  • Artikelnr.: 37344598
Autorenporträt
Sandra L. Calvert, the Director of the Children's Digital Media Center, is a Professor of Psychology at Georgetown University. A fellow of the American Psychological Association, she has consulted for Nickelodeon Online, Sesame Workplace, Blue's Clues, and Sega of America, to influence the development of children's television programs, Internet software, and video games. She is author of Children's Journeys through the Information Age (1999), and co-editor of Children in the Digital Age: Influences of Electronic Media on Development (2002).Barbara J. Wilson is a Professor and Head of the Department of Speech Communication at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. She is co-author of Children, Adolescents, and the Media (2002) and three book volumes of the National Television Violence Study (1997-1998).
Inhaltsangabe
Contents. Preface
Aletha C. Huston . Part 1: Historical, Conceptual and Financial Underpinnings (Pg. 1). Chapter 1. Media and Children's Development
Sandra Calvert & Barbara Wilson. (Pg. 3). Chapter 2. Historical and Recurring Concerns about Children's Use of the Mass Media.
Ellen Wartella & Michael Robb (Pg. 11). Chapter 3. Business Models for Children's Media
Alice Cahn, Terry Kalagian & Catherine Lyon (Pg. 45). . Part 2: Media Access and Differential Use Patterns (Pg. 81). Chapter 4. Media Use Across Childhood: Access, Time, and Content
Ronda Scantlin (Pg. 83). Chapter 5. Children, Race, Ethnicity, and Media
Bradley Greenberg & Dana Mastro. (Pg. 121). Chapter 6. Gender, Media Use, and Effects
Stacey Hust & Jane Brown (Pg. 161). Chapter 7. Media and the Family
Alison Alexander (Pg. 201). Part 3: Cognitive Effects of Media: How & What Children Learn (Pg. 237). Chapter 8. Attention and Learning from Media during Infancy and Early Childhood
Rachel Barr (Pg. 239). Chapter 9. Media Symbol Systems & Cognitive Processes
Kaveri Subramanyam & Patricia Greenfield (Pg. 279). Chapter 10. Learning from Educational Media
Heather Kirkorian & Daniel Anderson (Pg. 319). Chapter 11. News, Reality Shows, and Children's Fears: Examining Content Patterns, Theories, and Negative Effects
Stacy Smith, Emily J. Moyer
Guse & Katherine Pieper (Pg. 361). Part 4: Social Effects of Media (Pg. 395). Chapter 12. Media Violence and Aggression in Youth
Barbara Wilson (Pg. 397). Chapter 13. Prosocial Effects of Media Exposure
Louise Mares, Edward Palmer & Tia Sullivan (Pg. 449). Chapter 14. Make
Believe Play, Imagination, and Creativity: Links to Children's Media Exposure
Dorothy Singer & Jerome Singer (Pg. 485). Chapter 15. Parasocial and Online Social Relationships
Cynthia Hoffner (Pg. 519). Chapter 16. Fear Responses to Media Entertainment
Patti Valkenburg & Moniek Buijzen (Pg. 565). Part 5: Health Effects of Media (Pg. 597). Chapter 17. Media Use and Childhood Obesity
Elizabeth Vandewater & Hope Cummings (Pg. 599). Chapter 18. Media, Body Image, and Eating Disorders
Kristen Harrison & Veronica Hefner (Pg. 645). Chapter 19. Media and Advertising Effects
Brian Young (Pg. 689). . Chapter 20. Adolescents and Media Messages about Tobacco, Alcohol, and Drugs
Dina Borzekowski & Victor Strasburger (Pg. 729). Part 6: Media Policy & Interventions (Pg. 769). Chapter 21. The Children's Television Act
Sandra Calvert (Pg. 771). Chapter 22. Regulating the Media: Sexually
Explicit Content
Joah Iannotta (Pg. 819). Chapter 23. Media
related Policies of Professional Health Organizations
Marie Evans, David Bickham, Amy Branner & Michael Rich (Pg. 857). Chapter 24. The Ratings Systems for Media Products
Douglas Gentile (Pg. 899). Chapter 25. Parent and School Interventions: Mediation and Media Literacy
Amy Nathanson & Jennifer Chakroff (Pg. 939). About the Editors and Contributors (Pg. 983)

Preface- Aletha C. Huston

Part 1: Historical, Conceptual and Financial Underpinnings

Part 2: Media Access and Differential Use Patterns

Part 3: Cognitive Effects of Media: How & What Children Learn

Part 4: Social Effects of Media

Part 5: Health Effects of Media

Part 6: Media Policy & Interventions

About the Editors and Contributors
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"This handbook is a meticulously researched 'tour-de-force' of the role media play in shaping child and family development. Through a multi-disciplinary analysis of the varied impacts the media are having on children's learning, social interactions, and healthy development, the handbook offers an authoritative, balanced perspective, while identifying pressing issues to be addressed by policymakers. It is a must-read for those who wish to understand the rich and subtle ways media influence children's lives every day."
--Michael Levine, PhD, Joan Ganz Cooney Center at Sesame Workshop

"The Handbook of Children, Media and Development assembles the most accomplished researchers in the field and presents in-depth and theoretically driven analyses of the most important research advances, including novel theorizing on recent technological innovations in the media. Essential as a text or reference for students, scholars, and policymakers. Understandable to undergraduates, but with depth and accuracy that scholars will appreciate."
--Joanne Cantor, Director, Center for Communication Research, University of Wisconsin-Madison

"Calvert and Wilson have gathered together a collection of up-to-the-moment research on how children use and are influenced by various mass media, but also on the business models underlying the industry and an array of possible policies and interventions designed to protect children. Students, scholars, policymakers, and parents will all find this book an invaluable resource."
--Donald F. Roberts, Thomas More Storke Professor Emeritus, Stanford University
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