Table of contents for 20 questions about youth and the media / edited by Sharon R. Mazzarella.

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Table of Contents
Introduction: Where have we been and where are we going?
		Ellen Wartella
The Players:	Corporations, Government, Parents, Child Advocacy Organizations, and
 Scholars
Chapter 1:	How Has the Kids¿ Media Industry Evolved?
		Alison Bryant
Chapter 2:	How Does the U.S. Government Regulate Children¿s Media?
		Alison Alexander & Keisha Hoerrner
Chapter 3:	Why Is Everybody Always Pickin¿ On Youth? Moral Panics about Youth,
		Media, and Culture
		Sharon R. Mazzarella
Chapter 4:	Piaget and Power Rangers: What Can Theories of Developmental
		Psychology Tell Us About Children and Media?
		Cyndy Scheibe
Chapter 5:	How Do Researchers Study Youth and the Media?
		Dafna Lemish
Chapter 6:	Who¿s Looking Out for the Kids? How Advocates Use Media Research 
		To Promote Children¿s Interests
		Kathryn Heintz-Knowles
The Concerns:	Media Use, Content, and Effects
Chapter 7:	Advertising and Consumer Development: In the Driver¿s Seat or Being
		Taken For a Ride?
		Nancy Jennings
Chapter 8:	Should We Be Concerned about Media Violence? 
		Erica Scharrer
Chapter 9:	Historically, How Have Researchers Studied the Effects of Media
		Violence on Youth?
		John P. Murray
Chapter 10:	What Do Young People Learn about the World from Watching
		Television?
		Michael Morgan
Chapter 11:	How Are Children Portrayed on Prime Time Television?
		Nancy Signorielli
Chapter 12:	Learning While Viewing: Urban Myth or Dream Come True?
		Deborah L. Linebarger and Deborah K. Wainwright
Chapter 13:	What Are Media Literacy Effects?
		W. James Potter and Sahara Byrne
The ¿Kids¿: Youth, Culture, and Media
Chapter 14:	What Are Teenagers Up to Online?
		Susannah Stern and Taylor J. Willis
Chapter 15:	How Do Kids¿ Self-Identities Relate to Media Experiences in Everyday
		Life? 
		JoEllen Fisherkeller
Chapter 16:	Just Part of the Family? Exploring the Connections between Family Life
		and Media Use
		Christine M. Bachen
Chapter 17:	Just How Commercialized Is Children¿s Culture?
		Matthew P. McAllister
Chapter 18:	When It Comes To Consumer Socialization, Are Children Victims,
		Empowered Consumers, or Consumers-in Training
		Steven Kline
Chapter 19:	Do We All Live In a Shared World Culture?
		Katalin Lustyik

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Mass media and youth -- United States.
Mass media and children -- United States -- Government policy.
Violence in mass media.
Parenting -- United States.
Mass media -- Social aspects -- United States.