Selected Bibliography on Children and Television

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Selected Bibliography on Children and Television


Pecora, Norma, Communication Research Trends


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Anuradha, K. (1994). Television Viewing.' Its Effect on Children's Personal and Educational Development. New Delhi: Discovery Publishing House.

Bohme-burr, K. (1990). Books are "Littler" than TV: American and German Children Talk About Different Media. European Journal of Communication, 5(1), 57-71.

Bazalgette, C., & D. Buckingham. (1995). In Front of the Children; Screen Entertainment and Young Children. London: British Film Institute.

Beentjes, J. W. J., & T. H. A. van der Voort. (1993). Television Viewing Versus Reading: Mental Effort, Retention, and Inferential Learning. Communication Education, 42(3), 191-205.

Blass, S. (1995). Licensed Versus Bespoke Characters Applied to Children's Food Packaging. Journal of Brand Management, 2(6), 365-373.

Bloustein, G. (1998). "It's Different to a Mirror 'Cos it Talks to You": Teenage Girls, Video Cameras, and Identity. In S. Howard (Ed.), Wired-Up: Young People and the Electronic Media. London: UCL Press, pp. 77-94.

Blumler, J. G. (1998). Children's Television in European Public Broadcasting. In R. Noll, & M. Price (Eds.), A Communication Cornucopia. Washington, D.C.: Brookings Institute Press, pp. 337-349.

Broddason, B. (1991). Icelandic Youth, Television and the Outside World. Educational Media International, 28(3), 157-161.

Brosius, H. B. (1993). The Effects of Emotional Pictures in Television News. Communication Research, 20(1), 105-124.

Browne, B. (1998). Gender Stereotypes in Advertising on Children's Television in the 1990s: A Cross-national Analysis. Journal of Advertising, 27, 83-96.

Buckingham, D. (1998). Children and Television: A Critical Overview of the Research. In R. Dickinson, R. Harindranath, & O. Linne (Eds.), Approaches to Audiences: A Reader. London: Arnold, pp. 131-146.

Buckingham, D. (1993). Children Talking Television. London: Falmer Press.

Buckingham, D. (1995). The Commercialisation of Childhood? The Place of the Market in Children's Media Culture. Changing English, 2(2), 17-40.

Buckingham, D. (1996). Moving Images: Understanding Children's Emotional Responses. Manchester: Manchester University Press.

Buckingham, D. (1998-1999). Re-viewing Our Media Childhood. Journal of Adolescent & Adult Literacy, 12(4), 292-294.

Buckingham, D. (Ed.). (1993). Reading Audiences: Young People and the Media. Manchester: Manchester University Press.

Buckingham, D. (1998). Teaching Popular Culture. London: UCL Press.

Buckingham, D. (1999). Young People, Politics and News Media: Beyond Political Socialization. Oxford Review of Education, 25(1-2), 171-184.

Buckingham, D., & H. Davies. (1998). Towards a Political Economy of Children's Media Culture. In S. Ralph, J. Langham Brown, & T. Lees (Eds.), What Price Creativity. Luton UK: John Libbey Media, pp. 99-108.

Buckingham, D., H. Davies, K. Jones, & P. Kelley. (1999). Children's Television in Britain: History, Discourse and Policy. London: BFI.

Bulbulia, N. (1998). An Overview of Children's Broadcasting in South Africa. In U. Carlsson, & C. von Feilitzen (Eds.), Children and Media Violence. Goteborg Sweden: The UNESCO International Clearinghouse on Children and Violence on the Screen, pp. 231-237.

Charlton, M., & P. Lohr. (1999). Children and the Media. In Hans-Bernd Brosius, & Christina Holtz-Bacha (Eds.), German Communication Yearbook. Cresskill NJ: Hampton Press, Inc., pp. 211-244.

Charlton, T., D. Coles, & T. Lovemore. (1997). Teachers' Rating of Nursery Class Children's Behaviour Before and After Availability of Television by Satellite. Psychological Reports, 81(1), 96-98.

Charlton, T., & S. O'Bey. (1997). Links Between Television and Behaviour: Students' Perceptions of TV's Impact in St. Helena, South Atlantic. Support for Learning, 12(3), 130-136. …

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