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Children and Television
Images in a Changing Socio-Cultural World

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July 1993 | 334 pages | SAGE Publications, Inc
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.
Gordon L Berry
Introduction
Television as a Worldwide Cultural Tapestry

 
 
PART ONE: TELEVISION AND THE DEVELOPING CHILD IN A MULTIMEDIA WORLD
John P Murray
The Developing Child in a Multimedia Society
Catherine N Doubleday and Kristin L Droege
Cognitive Developmental Influences on Children's Understanding of Television
Marguerite Fitch, Aletha C Huston and John C Wright
From Television Forms to Genre Schemata
Children's Perceptions of Television Reality

 
Patricia Marks Greenfield et al
The Program-Length Commercial
A Study of the Effects of Television/Toy Tie-Ins on Imaginative Play

 
Dorothy G Singer
Creativity of Children in a Television World
James A Anderson and Milton E Ploghoft
Children and Media in Media Education
Gordon L Berry
The Medium of Television and the School Curriculum
Turning Research into Classroom Practice

 
 
PART TWO: TELEVISION AND THE DEVELOPMENT OF A CHILD'S WORLDVIEW
George Comstock
The Medium and the Society
The Role of Television in American Life

 
Bradley S Greenberg and Jeffrey E Brand
Cultural Diversity on Saturday Morning Television
Edward L Palmer, K Taylor Smith and Kim S Strawser
Rubik's Tube
Developing a Child's Television Worldview

 
Richard L Allen
Conceptual Models of an African-American Belief System
A Program of Research

 
 
PART THREE: TELEVISION AND THE DEVELOPMENT OF A CHILD'S UNDERSTANDING OF DIVERSE POPULATIONS
Sherryl Browne Graves
Television, the Portrayal of African Americans, and the Development of Children's Attitudes
Haney Geiogamah (Kiowa) and D Michael Pavel (Skokomish)
Developing Television for American Indian and Alaska Native Children in the Late 20th Century
Darrell Y Hamamoto
They're So Cute When They're Young
The Asian-American Child on Television

 
Federico A Subervi-Vélez and Susan Colsant
The Television Worlds of Latino Children
Nancy Signorielli
Television, the Portrayal of Women, and Children's Attitudes
Peter M Kovaric
Television, the Portrayal of the Elderly, and Children's Attitudes
Elaine Makas
Changing Channels
The Portrayal of People with Disabilities on Television

 
 
PART FOUR: FUTURE PERSPECTIVES ON PROGRAMS FOR CHILDREN
Dale Kunkel
Policy and the Future of Children's Television
Gordon L Berry
Public Television Programming and the Changing Cultural Landscape
Horst Stipp
The Challenge to Improve Television for Children
A New Perspective

 
Geraldine Laybourne
The Nickelodeon Experience
Joy Keiko Asamen
Epilogue
What Children Learn from Television and How They Learn It

 

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