Media and Youth: A Developmental Perspective (Google eBook)
Media & Youth: A Developmental Perspective provides a comprehensive review and critique of the research and theoretical literature related to media effects on infants, children, and adolescents, with a unique emphasis on development.
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Media Effect Theories
Media and Academic Effects
The Medical and Social Benefits of Media Use
Advertising Consumer Behavior and Youth
Media and Stereotyping
Media Influences on Obesity Body Image and Eating Disorders
The Role of Media in Alcohol Tobacco and Drug Use
Media and the Sexualization and Sexual Socialization of Youth
Violent Media Part 1 Comic Books Music and Video Games
Violent Media Part 2 Traditional Screen Media
Media Effects Magnitude Risk and Media Literacy
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