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Media exposure during infancy and early childhood : the effects of content and context on learning and development

Author: Rachel Barr; Deborah Nichols Linebarger; Aletha C Huston
Publisher: Cham, Switzerland : Springer Nature, [2017]
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"This book discusses the burgeoning world of young children's exposure to educational media and its myriad implications for research, theory, practice, and policy. Experts across academic disciplines and the media fill knowledge gaps and address concerns regarding apps, eBooks, and other screen-based technologies--which are being used by younger and younger children--and content delivery and design. Current research  Read more...
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Media exposure during infancy and early childhood.
Cham : Springer, [2017]
(DLC) 2016955083
(OCoLC)969904924
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Rachel Barr; Deborah Nichols Linebarger; Aletha C Huston
ISBN: 9783319451022 3319451022
OCLC Number: 964599586
Description: 1 online resource (xxv, 303 pages) : illustrations (some color)
Contents: 1: The "New" Technology Environment: The Role of Content and Context on Learning and Development from Mobile Media / Alexis R. Lauricella, Courtney K. Blackwell, Ellen Wartella --
2: Who's By Their Side? Questions of Context Deepen the Research on Children and Media: Commentary on Chapter 1 / Lisa Guernsey --
3: The Dimensional Divide: Learning from TV and Touchscreens During Early Childhood / Daniel Hipp [and 5 others] --
4: Bridging the Dimensional Divide in the Real World: Commentary on Chapter 3 / Kara Garrity Liebeskind, Alison Bryant --
5: The Role of Online Processing in Young Children's Learning from Interactive and Noninteractive Digital Media / Heather Kirkorian, Tiffany Pempek, Koeun Choi --
6: What's in a Look? How Young Children Learn from Screen Media and Implications for Early Educators: Commentary on Chapter 5 / Michael Robb --
7: What Makes Preschool Educational Television Educational? A Content Analysis of Literacy, Language-Promoting, and Prosocial Preschool Programming / Deborah Nichols Linebarger [and 3 others] --
8: Is Preschool Programming Educational? Commentary on Chapter 7 / Angela C. Santomero --
9: Media Characters, Parasocial Relationships, and the Social Aspects of Children's Learning Across Media Platforms / Melissa N. Richards, Sandra L. Calvert --
10: Character Development in Practice: How Producers Craft Engaging Characters to Drive Content Delivery: Commentary on Chapter 9 / Linda Simensky --
11: Screen Media and Parent-Child Interactions / Daniel R. Anderson, Katherine G. Hanson --
12: Context Matters: How Co-using Screen Media Impacts Young Children: Commentary on Chapter 11 / Claire Lerner --
13: The Parental Media Mediation Context of Young Children's Media Use / Jessica Taylor Piotrowski --
14: Parental Mediation in an Evolving Media Landscape: Commonalities, Contrasts, and Implications for Design: Commentary on Chapter 13 / Shalom M. Fisch --
15: Building Family Relationships from a Distance: Supporting Connections with Babies and Toddlers Using Video and Video Chat / Elisabeth McClure, Rachel Barr --
16: Smarter, Stronger, Kinder: Developing Effective Media-Based Tools for At-Risk Populations: Commentary on Chapter 15 / Rosemarie T. Truglio, Jennifer Kotler --
17: Putting the Education Back in Educational Apps: How Content and Context Interact to Promote Learning / Jennifer M. Zosh [and 3 others] --
18: Supporting Children to Find Their Own Agency in Learning: Commentary on Chapter 17 / Jeremy Boyle, Melissa Butler --
19: Conclusions: Making Screens Make Sense for Young Children / Deborah Nichols Linebarger, Rachel Barr.
Responsibility: Rachel Barr, Deborah Nichols Linebarger, editors ; foreword by Aletha C. Huston.

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"This book discusses the burgeoning world of young children's exposure to educational media and its myriad implications for research, theory, practice, and policy. Experts across academic disciplines and the media fill knowledge gaps and address concerns regarding apps, eBooks, and other screen-based technologies--which are being used by younger and younger children--and content delivery and design. Current research shows the developmental nuances of the child as learner in home, school, and mobile contexts, and the changes as parenting and pedagogy accommodate the complexities of the new interactive world. The book also covers methods for evaluating the quality of new media and prosocial digital innovations such as video support for separated families and specialized apps for at-risk toddlers. Highlights of the coverage: The role of content and context on learning and development from mobile media. Learning from TV and touchscreens during early childhood Educational preschool programming. How producers craft engaging characters to drive content delivery. The parental media mediation context of young children's media use. Supporting children to find their own agency in learning. Media Exposure During Infancy and Early Childhood is an essential resource for researchers, clinicians and related professionals, and graduate students in diverse fields including infancy and early childhood development, child and school psychology, social work, pediatrics, and educational psychology."--Provided by publisher.

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