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Adolescents and the Media
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Adolescents and the Media
Medical and Psychological Impact



April 1995 | 152 pages | SAGE Publications, Inc
Violent television programmes and video games, printed tobacco advertisements, television beer commercials and sexually suggestive music videos: how do these and other forms of popular media affect teenagers' thinking, behaviour and health?

This volume clearly makes the case that the media play a role in diverse facets of at-risk behaviour and adjustment. The author reviews current research findings on the influences of media on adolescents, how the influences occur, and the short- and long-term effects of exposure. He explores topics critical to mental and physical health including teenage violence, sexual activity, substance abuse and eating disorders.

 
Overview
How Is the Research Done? What Are the Issues?

 
 
Media Violence and Aggressive Behavior
 
Adolescent Sexuality and the Media
 
Adolescents, Drugs and the Media
 
Nutrition
 
Rock Music and Music Videos
 
Adolescents and the Media
Solutions

 

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ISBN: 9780803955004
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