20 Questions about Youth and the Media | Revised Edition
Table Of Contents
- About the editors
- About the book
- Praise for the First Edition of 20 Questions about Youth and the Media
- This eBook can be cited
- Introduction: Sometimes Things Do Change: Children and Media Studies Today (Ellen Wartella)
- Part 1: The Players: Corporations, Government, Parents & Child Advocacy Organizations & Scholars
- 1. How Has the Kids’ Media Industry Evolved? (J. Alison Bryant)
- 2. How Does the U.S. Government Regulate Children’s Media? (Alison Alexander / Keisha L. Hoerrner)
- 3. Why Is Everybody Always Pickin’ on Youth? Moral Panics about Youth, Media, and Culture (Sharon R. Mazzarella)
- 4. How Are the Needs of Children Considered in Children’s Media? (Sherri Hope Culver)
- 5. What Is Media Literacy Education? (Renee Hobbs)
- 6. Piaget and Pokémon: What Can Theories of Developmental Psychology Tell Us about Children and Media? (Cyndy Scheibe)
- 7. How Do Researchers Study Young People and the Media? (Dafna Lemish)
- Part 2: The Concerns: Media Use, Content, & Effects
- 8. Should We Be Concerned about Media Violence? (Erica Scharrer)
- 9. Is Media Use Really Risky for Young People? (Sahara Byrne)
- 10. Why Do Kids Think Dora the Explorer Is Their Friend? (Nancy A. Jennings)
- 11. What Do Television and Film Teach Kids about Gender? (Rebecca C. Hains / Kyra Hunting)
- 12. Is Educational Media an Oxymoron? (Jessica Taylor Piotrowski)
- 13. Can Media Contribute to Happiness in Children and Adolescents? (Rebecca N. H. de Leeuw / Moniek Buijzen)
- 14. Are Children Buying What Marketers Are Selling? (Matthew A. Lapierre / Chelsie Akers)
- Part 3: The Kids: Youth, Culture & Media
- 15. Just How Commercialized Is Children’s Culture? (Matthew P. McAllister / Azeta Hatef)
- 16. How Are Internet Practices Embedded in Teens’ Everyday Lives? (Susannah R. Stern / Olivia A. Gonzalez)
- 17. How Are Young People Connecting with Their Families through Mobile Communication? (Sun Sun Lim / Yang Wang)
- 18. Snoops, Bullies and Hucksters: What Rights Do Young People Have in a Networked Environment? (Valerie Steeves)
- 19. How Do Social Differences Influence Young People’s Media Experiences? (Vikki S. Katz)
- 20. How Do We Move Toward a Global Youth Media Studies? (Divya McMillin)
about Youth and the Media
edited by Nancy A. Jennings
and Sharon R. Mazzarella
New York • Bern • Berlin
Brussels • Vienna • Oxford • Warsaw
Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data
Names: Jennings, Nancy A., editor. | Mazzarella, Sharon R., editor.
Title: 20 questions about youth and the media / edited by Nancy A. Jennings and Sharon R. Mazzarella.
Other titles: Twenty questions about youth and the media.
Description: Revised edition. | New York: Peter Lang, 2018.
Includes bibliographical references.
Identifiers: LCCN 2017034501 | ISBN 978-1-4331-4391-5 (paperback: alk. paper)
ISBN 978-1-4331-3935-2 (ebook pdf) | ISBN 978-1-4331-3936-9 (epub)
ISBN 978-1-4331-3937-6 (mobi)
Subjects: LCSH: Mass media and children—United States. | Mass media and youth—United States.
Mass media and children—Government policy—United States. | Mass media—Social aspects—United States.
Classification: LCC HQ799.2.M35 A17 2017 | DDC 302.23083—dc23
LC record available at https://lccn.loc.gov/2017034501
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About the book
The revised edition of 20 Questions about Youth and the Media is an updated and comprehensive guide to today’s most compelling issues in the study of children, tweens, teens and the media. The editors bring together leading experts to answer the kinds of questions an undergraduate student might ask about the relationship between young people and media. In so doing, the book addresses a range of media, from cartoons to the Internet, from advertising to popular music, and from mobile phones to educational television. The diverse array of topics include government regulation, race and gender, effects (both prosocial and risky), kids’ use of digital media, and the commercialization of youth culture. This book is designed with the undergraduate youth/children and media classroom in mind, and features accessible writing and end-of-chapter discussion questions and exercises.
“For youth born digital, 20 Questions about Youth and the Media will be as immersive as a novel. The world’s leading scholars compellingly dissect children’s media’s evolution, disruption and repetition over more than a half-century. Their personal writing styles invite curiosity, then reward it with stimulating questions and exercises that would challenge industry veterans as well as students.”
David Kleeman, Children’s Media Analyst and Strategist
Praise for the First Edition of
20 Questions about Youth and the Media
"This readable, comprehensive compendium could be titled ‘Everything You Ever Wanted to Know about Youth and Media.’ Its broad scope covers politics, research, social aspects, and history, providing background, insights, and up-to-date information on numerous topics, from longtime debates over violence and television, to the recent controversy over indecency in broadcasting, to contemporary research on how young people are using the Internet and digital media. It is an essential resource for students, parents, policy makers, and the press."
Kathryn C. Montgomery, Professor, School of Communication, American University; Author, Generation Digital: Politics, Commerce, and Childhood in the Age of the Internet
This eBook can be cited
This edition of the eBook can be cited. To enable this we have marked the start and end of a page. In cases where a word straddles a page break, the marker is placed inside the word at exactly the same position as in the physical book. This means that occasionally a word might be bifurcated by this marker.
Cyndy Scheibe←vii | viii→
Contributors ←viii | ix→
Figure 19.1: Explaining Intersectionality. Source: Cassie Peng ←ix | x→ ←x | xi→
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- 2018 (February)
- Television Culture Jugend Medienwirkungsforschung Aufsatzsammlung Media Child Teenager
- New York, Bern, Berlin, Brussels, Vienna, Oxford, Warsaw, 2018. XIV, 260 pp., 1 b/w ill.