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Resources on the uses and effects of meda (new and old forms) on children and teenagers.
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In this guide you will find resources on children and adolescents in relation to the use and effects of media, whether traditional mass media (print, radio, television, and the movies) or new media (internet, social media), including all mobile platforms. The resources listed here will help you locate material from multiple diciplines--sociology, psychology, health sciences, cultural studies, anthropology, cinema studies, and pop culture, to name a few.

 

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