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Children, teens, families, and mass media : the millennial generation

Author: Rose M Kundanis
Publisher: Mahwah, N.J. : L. Erlbaum, 2003.
Series: LEA's communication series.
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"This text provides a survey of the relationship between children and those mass media found in the home - radio, television, and the Internet. Using a theory-based approach, with attention to developmental, gender, ethnic, and generational differences, author Rose Kundanis explores the nature of these relationships and their influences on children and families, looking at the experiences children have at various  Read more...
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Kundanis, Rose M., 1947-
Children, teens, families, and mass media.
Mahwah, N.J. : L. Erlbaum, 2003
(OCoLC)607075101
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Rose M Kundanis
ISBN: 0805845631 9780805845631 080584564X 9780805845648
OCLC Number: 51290066
Description: xiv, 184 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
Contents: Preface --
Acknowledgments --
pt. I. Theoretical context --
1. Introduction --
First encounters --
Definitions and central ideas --
Communication models --
Theoretical perspectives --
Historical overview --
Summary --
For further consideration --
Resources on the Web --
References --
2. The developing child and teen --
A child's perceptions --
Cognitive processes --
Sense-making activities : what is real? --
Fantasy, imagination, and creativity --
Media perceptual characteristics by age --
New expression and youth communication in Chicago --
Summary --
For further consideration --
References --
3. Generations and history --
The GI generation as civic generation --
The silent or beat generation as adaptive --
The baby boomers as idealists --
Generation X as reactive --
Generation Y or millennials as civic --
Summary --
For further consideration --
References --
pt. II. Audience reactions --
4. Perceptions of fantasy and reality --
What is real --
Developmental stages and fear --
Children's responses to major news events --
Journalists and children in the news --
Strategies for reducing fears --
September 11, 2001 --
Fictionalized news --
Advertising and the program-length commercial --
Summary --
For further consideration --
Resources on the Web --
References --
5. Effects --
A history of concerns with media effects : audience, researchers, industry, and government --
Tools of the social scientist --
Theories used in effects research --
Summary --
For further consideration --
References --
6. Diverse children find identity in diverse messages --
Learning theory and schema theory --
The development of ethnic minority mass media images --
Children's identity and gender --
Results of gender images in advertising and media --
Children and consumer socialization --
Summary --
Resources on the Web --
References --
pt. III. Empowering audiences --
7. Role of parents and families --
Family communication patterns --
Mediation involving sexuality and violence --
Suggestions for parents --
Summary --
For further consideration --
References --
8. Media literacy and positive effects --
The diary of a young girl --
Media literacy : reading and writing texts --
Prosocial messages, worldview, and strategies --
Agreement on key concepts in media literacy --
Disagreements in the media literacy debates --
Media literacy and research --
Summary --
For further consideration --
Resources on the Web --
References --
9. Policy and law --
The First Amendment --
Public pressure --
The FCC and ACT in the 1970s --
The CTA of 1990 --
The V-chip --
Ratings for television --
Ratings of movies, music, and game industries --
Internet protection from indecency unconstitutional --
Alternatives to legislation on Internet indecency --
The questions of privacy on the Internet --
Summary --
For further consideration --
Resources on the Web --
References --
10. Children's programming --
The business of children's broadcasting and cable --
Listening to children and teens --
Listening to parents --
New media : the "big X factor" --
New partnerships : Noggin --
International markets --
Both partners and competitors --
Summary --
Resources on the Web --
References --
Glossary --
Author index --
Subject index.
Series Title: LEA's communication series.
Responsibility: Rose M. Kundanis.
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