Encyclopedia of Children, Adolescents, and the Media, 1st Edition

  • Editor: Jeffery Jensen Arnett
  • Published By: SAGE
  • ISBN-10: 1412939674
  • ISBN-13: 9781412939676
  • Grade Level Range: College Freshman - College Senior
  • 1100 Pages | eBook
  • Original Copyright 2007 | Published/Released February 2007
  • This publication's content originally published in print form: 2007

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About

Overview

From Internet censorship to sex and violence on television and in video games to debates over rock lyrics, the media and their affect on children and adolescents is one of the most widely debated issues in our society. Our planned Encyclopedia of Children, Adolescents, and the Media presents state-of-the-art research and ready-to-use facts on the media's interaction with children and adolescents. This book's 400-500 entries and appendices cover the traditional and electronic media and their controversial impact--for good and ill--on children and adolescents. Entries cover television, film, video games, the Internet and World Wide Web, magazines, music, and more. Also treated: complex and difficult topics such as violence, sex, rating systems and warning labels, attention-deficit disorder, body image and eating disorders, popular music lyrics, advertising, digital music downloading, parental involvement, policymaking, child development, and much more.

Contributors

Contributors

  • Jeffery Jensen Arnett

Table of Contents

Front Cover.
Half Title Page.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Contents.
Editorial Board.
List of Entries.
Reader's Guide.
About the Editor.
About the Associate Editors.
Contributors.
Introduction.
1: Action for Children's Television (ACT).
2: Adolescents, Developmental Needs of, and Media.
3: Adolescents, Media Portrayals of.
4: Adolescents, Movie Portrayals of.
5: Adult Mediation of Advertising Effects.
6: Adult Mediation Strategies.
7: Adult Mediation of Violence Effects.
8: Advertising, Body Image and.
9: Advertising, Deceptive Practices in.
10: Advertising, Effects on Adolescents.
11: Advertising, Effects on Children.
12: Advertising, Ethnicity/Race in.
13: Advertising, Exposure to.
14: Advertising, Gender and.
15: Advertising, Health and.
16: Advertising, Host Selling and.
17: Advertising, Intended vs. Unintended Effects of.
18: Advertising, Market Size and.
19: Advertising, Materialism and.
20: Advertising, Parent-Child Conflict and.
21: Advertising, Persuasive Intent of.
22: Advertising, Program-Length Commercials in.
23: Advertising, Purchase Requests and.
24: Advertising, Regulation of.
25: Advertising, Sexuality in.
26: Advertising, Viewer Age and.
27: Advertising Campaigns, Prosocial.
28: Advertising on Children's Programs.
29: Advertising Council, the.
30: Advertising in Girls' Magazines.
31: African Americans, Media Effects on.
32: African Americans, Media Images of.
33: African Americans, Media Use by.
34: Agenda Cutting.
35: Agenda Setting.
36: Aggression, Advertising and.
37: Aggression, Electronic Games and.
38: Aggression, Movies and.
39: Aggression, Music and.
40: Aggression, Music Videos and.
41: Aggression, Television and.
42: Alcohol Advertising, Effects of.
43: Alcohol Advertising, International.
44: American Academy of Pediatrics.
45: Anime.
46: Anti-Drug Media Campaigns.
47: Appreciation Index.
48: Arousal Theories.
49: Asia, Media Use in.
50: Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD).
51: Bedrooms, Media Use in.
52: Body Image, Ethnicity/Race and.
53: Body Image in Boys and Young Men.
54: Body Image in Children.
55: Body Image in Girls and Young Women.
56: Books for Adolescents.
57: Books for Children.
58: Boy Bands.
59: Branding.
60: British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC).
61: Cartoons, Educational.
62: Cartoons, Gender Representation in.
63: Cartoons, History of.
64: Cartoons, Violence in.
65: Catharsis Theory.
66: Center for Media Education (CME).
67: Chat Rooms.
68: Chat Rooms, Social and Linguistic Processes in.
69: Child-Centered vs. Media-Centered Perspectives.
70: Childhood, Media Portrayals of.
71: Child Pornography.
72: Children Now.
73: Children's Advertising Review Unit (CARU).
74: Children's Internet Protection Act of 2000 (CIPA).
75: Children's Online Privacy Protection Act of 1998 (COPPA).
76: Children's Television Act of 1990 (CTA).
77: Children's Television Charter.
78: China, Media Use in.
79: Choice in Media Use.
80: Cigarette Advertising, Effects of.
81: Cigarette Advertising, History of.
82: Cigarette Use, Music Videos and.
83: Cigarette Use in Television and Movies.
84: Cognitive Development, Media and.
85: Cognitive Script Theory.
86: Cognitive Skills, Computer Use and.
87: Comic Books, Superheroes in.
88: Comics, Daily Newspaper.
89: Comic Strips, Gender Stereotypes in.
90: Commercial Television and Radio in Schools.
91: Commercial Television in Schools: Channel One.
92: Computer-Mediated Communication (CMC).
93: Computer Use, Age Differences in.
94: Computer Use, Gender and.
95: Computer Use, International.
96: Computer Use, Rates of.
97: Computer Use, Socialization and.
98: Computer Use in Schools.
99: Consumer Development, Phases of.
100: Consumerism.
101: Contraceptive Advertising.
102: Contraceptive Information, Online.
103: Contraceptive Information, Television and.
104: Coviewing.
105: Cuing and Priming.
106: Cultivation Theory.
107: Cultural Identity.
108: Daytime Talk Shows.
109: Depression, Media Use and.
110: Desensitization Effects.
111: Designated Driver Advertising Campaigns.
112: Developmental Differences, Media and.
113: Digital Divide.
114: Digital Literacy.
115: Disney.
116: Displacement Effect.
117: Divided Attention, Parallel Processing and.
118: Drug Use, Depictions of.
119: Eating Disorders.
120: Eating Habits, Media Influence on.
121: ECommerce.
122: Educational Television, Effects of.
123: Educational Television, History of.
124: Educational Television, Programming in.
125: Electronic Games, Addiction to.
126: Electronic Games, Age and.
127: Electronic Games, Cognitive Effects of.
128: Electronic Games, Cognitive Scripts and.
129: Electronic Games, Effects of.
130: Electronic Games, Gender and.
131: Electronic Games, High-Risk Players of.
132: Electronic Games, History of.
133: Electronic Games, International.
134: Electronic Games, Moral Behavior in.
135: Electronic Games, Positive Uses of.
136: Electronic Games, Rates of Use of.
137: Electronic Games, Types of.
138: Electronic Games, Violence in.
139: Electronic Media, Children's Use of.
140: Email.
141: Email Pen Pals.
142: Engaged Resistance.
143: Entertainment-Education, International.
144: Entertainment-Education in the United States.
145: Ethnicity, Race, and Media.
146: Ethnicity/Race, Media Effects on Identity.
147: Ethnicity/Race, Stereotyping.
148: Europe, Media Use in.
149: European Broadcasting Union (EBU).
150: European Comparative Study.
151: Excitation-Transfer Theory.
152: Experience Sampling Method (ESM).
153: Externalizing Behavior.
154: Family, Television Portrayals of.
155: Family Communication Patterns Model.
156: Family Environment, Media Effects on.
157: Family Relationships, Television and.
158: Fan Cultures.
159: Fantasy, Media Effects on.
160: Fantasy-Reality Distinction.
161: Fathers, Media Portrayals of.
162: Fear Reactions.
163: Federal Communications Commission (FCC), Advertising and.
164: Federal Communications Commission, Deregulation of Children's Programming and.
165: Federal Trade Commission (FTC).
166: First Amendment.
167: Food Advertising, Content in.
168: Food Advertising, Eating Disorders and.
169: Food Advertising, Gender, Ethnicity, and Age.
170: Food Advertising, Influence of.
171: Food Advertising, International.
172: Food Advertising, Obesity and.
173: Food Advertising, Regulation of.
174: Food Advertising to Children.
175: Food and Beverage Advertising in Schools.
176: Forbidden Fruit Hypothesis.
177: Formal Features.
178: Gender, Media Use and.
179: Gender Identity Development.
180: Gender Roles in Magazines.
181: Gender Roles in Music.
182: Gender Roles on Television.
183: Gender Roles in Television Commercials.
184: General Aggression Model (GAM).
185: Globalization, Media and.
186: Heroes, Identity, and Parasocial Interaction.
187: Hip Hop, Ethnicity Race in.
188: Hip Hop, Female Performers of.