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Children and Television : Images in a Changing Socio-Cultural World - Gordon L. Berry

Children and Television

Images in a Changing Socio-Cultural World

By: Gordon L. Berry (Editor), Joy K. Asamen (Editor)

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Published: 1st July 1993
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The main focus of this book is to identify the social and cultural impact of television on the psychosocial development of children growing up in a constantly changing multicultural society. The book analyzes major media organizations and projects policies, practices and research directions for the future.

Introduction
Television as a Worldwide Cultural Tapestry
Television and The Developing Child in A Multimedia World
The Developing Child in a Multimedia Society
Cognitive Developmental Influences on Children's Understanding of Television
From Television Forms to Genre Schemata
Children's Perceptions of Television Reality
The Program-Length Commercial
A Study of the Effects of Television/Toy Tie-Ins on Imaginative Play
Creativity of Children in a Television World
Children and Media in Media Education
The Medium of Television and the School Curriculum
Turning Research into Classroom Practice
Television and The Development of A Child's Worldview
The Medium and the Society
The Role of Television in American Life
Cultural Diversity on Saturday Morning Television
Rubik's Tube
Developing a Child's Television Worldview
Conceptual Models of an African-American Belief System
A Program of Research
Television and The Development of A Child's Understanding of Diverse Populations
Television, the Portrayal of African Americans, and the Development of Children's Attitudes
Developing Television for American Indian and Alaska Native Children in the Late 20th Century
They're So Cute When They're Young
The Asian-American Child on Television
The Television Worlds of Latino Children
Television, the Portrayal of Women, and Children's Attitudes
Television, the Portrayal of the Elderly, and Children's Attitudes
Changing Channels
The Portrayal of People with Disabilities on Television
Future Perspectives On Programs for Children
Policy and the Future of Children's Television
Public Television Programming and the Changing Cultural Landscape
The Challenge to Improve Television for Children
A New Perspective
The Nickelodeon Experience
Epilogue
What Children Learn from Television and How They Learn It
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ISBN: 9780803947009
ISBN-10: 0803947003
Audience: Professional
Format: Paperback
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 334
Published: 1st July 1993
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 21.57 x 14.1  x 2.11
Weight (kg): 0.48