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Children, Adolescents, and the Media:

Victor C. Strasburger, Amy B. Jordan, Ed Donnerstein
2012 The Pediatric clinics of North America  
. 335 And a follow-up study in Fiji found that social network media exposure was associated with eating pathology in a sample of 523 young girls. 336 Clearly, the media can and do play a crucial role  ...  Longitudinal studies with children and adolescents representative of the population are needed to better understand the cumulative effect of media on the developing child and the differential effects of  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.pcl.2012.03.025 pmid:22643165 fatcat:kedrm77psjekfkp5445npczra4

Exploring the Role of Social Media Use Motives, Psychological Well-Being, Self-Esteem, and Affect in Problematic Social Media Use

Bruno Schivinski, Magdalena Brzozowska-Woś, Ellena Stansbury, Jason Satel, Christian Montag, Halley M. Pontes
2020 Frontiers in Psychology  
Given recent advances in technology, connectivity, and the popularity of social media platforms, recent literature has devoted great attention to problematic Facebook use.  ...  social media use, problematic social media use (PSMU), social media use motives, psychological well-being, self-esteem, and positive and negative affect.  ...  of the social media platforms and the prevailing data business model .  ... 
doi:10.3389/fpsyg.2020.617140 pmid:33391137 pmcid:PMC7772182 fatcat:2ca44c75hrhdbeqajpwuzoblr4

COVID-19 Stress and Addictive Social Media Use (SMU): Mediating Role of Active Use and Social Media Flow

Nan Zhao, Guangyu Zhou
2021 Frontiers in Psychiatry  
The present study aimed to understand the relationship between COVID-19 stress and addictive SMU by examining the mediating role of active use and social media flow (i.e., an intensive, enjoyable experience  ...  Path analyses revealed that this relationship was significantly serially mediated by active use and social media flow, with SMU time being controlled.  ...  Julia Brailovskaia for her proofreading of this paper.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fpsyt.2021.635546 pmid:33633616 pmcid:PMC7899994 fatcat:rt2gl3m7rjf7ldxcjisdpup4vm

Intergenerational food-focused media literacy in Jamaica

Michelle R. Nelson, Rachel Powell, Cagla Giray, Gail M. Ferguson
2020 Journal of Media Literacy Education  
Therefore, we examined the relationships between mothers' food-focused media literacy and their discussions about media and their adolescents' food-focused media literacy in a survey of 82 motheradolescent  ...  This study contributes to understanding how mothers may shape their adolescent's media literacy and underscores the importance of considering parent-adolescent discussions for food-focused media literacy  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS Data were collected when Gail M. Ferguson and Cagla Giray were at Department of Human Development and Family Studies, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.  ... 
doi:10.23860/jmle-2020-12-2-2 fatcat:4d7gq27udzcjhillkqxuxnk7xy

Implications of a Contextualist Approach to Media-Effects Research

DAVID K. PERRY
1988 Communication Research  
of scientific data, in forming their judgments.  ...  data as a means of testing hypotheses and theories.  ... 
doi:10.1177/009365088015003002 fatcat:l6ajsaq6nfcilhaa72uutdepp4

Children, adolescents, and the media

Victor C Strasburger
2004 Current Problems in Pediatric and Adolescent Health Care  
To understand media effects, first one must understand how media research is done.  ...  . • Continued studies on the possible relationship between media exposure, obesity, and eating disorders. • A longitudinal study of the impact of rock music and music videos on adolescent behavior and  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.cppeds.2003.08.001 pmid:15014399 fatcat:tfnjd4xa75asjpjiozb5hyjkue

Exploring the Dominant Media: How Does Media Use Reflect Organizational Norms and Affect Performance?

J. W. Turner
2006 Journal of Business Communication  
This research provides strong support for the existence of dominant media norms within organizations and describes their influence on employees' (a) perceptions of organizational norms, (b) reported media  ...  The authors support the survey findings with in-depth interviews with participants exploring media use.  ...  Testing this assertion would require a longitudinal study that tracks polychronicity from the time of "attraction" and "selection" through socialization.  ... 
doi:10.1177/0021943606288772 fatcat:sn6a2rjiazhjfkodkfqkd36auu

Predicting Internet risks: a longitudinal panel study of gratifications-sought, Internet addiction symptoms, and social media use among children and adolescents

Louis Leung
2014 Health Psychology and Behavioral Medicine  
This study used longitudinal panel survey data collected from 417 adolescents at 2 points in time 1 year apart.  ...  It examined relationships between Internet risks changes in Time 2 and social media gratifications-sought, Internet addiction symptoms, and social media use all measured at Time 1.  ...  The unconditional change score model assumes that prior values of the dependent variable have no influence on current values or change in the dependent variable, a potentially problematic assumption in  ... 
doi:10.1080/21642850.2014.902316 pmid:25750792 pmcid:PMC4346000 fatcat:zad7y6357bgtdiefjq6kylmnhy

School-based Smoking Prevention with Media Literacy: A Pilot Study

Melinda Bier, Spring Schmidt, David Shields, Lara Zwarun, Stephen Sherblom, Brian Primack, Cynthia Pulley, Billy Rucker
2010 Journal of Media Literacy Education  
Results indicated that students' smoking-specific media literacy and general media literacy measures increased significantly over the course of the intervention.  ...  We conducted a pre-post evaluation of a cross-disciplinary tobacco media literacy program. The sample consisted of 204 students across six schools.  ...  Organizations such as the American Academy of Pediatrics, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and the Office of National Drug Control Policy recommend media literacy to buffer the impact of  ... 
doi:10.23860/jmle-2-3-1 fatcat:t56o2stdhfdtnogt5ksvgsumtu

Framing Studies Evolution in the Social Media Era. Digital Advancement and Reorientation of the Research Agenda

Pablo López-Rabadán
2021 Social Sciences  
However, in recent years, coinciding with the emergence of social media, theoretical and operational advances have been detected, as well as a significant reorientation of its research agenda.  ...  between the analysis of media and political frames; and (3) reviews the recent experimental development of effects studies.  ...  were located in Google Scholar, while understanding this period as a new stage of development of the specialty in the context of social media.  ... 
doi:10.3390/socsci11010009 fatcat:2tkpxtoavnhdxof4g7wpn725su

Colombian Transitional Justice: The media discourse of the Peace Agreement and perceptions regarding its institutions

Angélica Caicedo-Moreno, Pablo Castro-Abril, Wilson López-López, Lorena Gil Montes
2021 Deusto Journal of Human Rights  
Surveys showed that political position and victimization are crucial for the approval and support of the TC and the JEP, as well as correlated with the level of media consumption regarding these institutions  ...  This article explores the transitional justice social representations during the signing of the peace agreement (study 1) and their implementation, during 2019-2020 (study 2).  ...  Media in the understanding of conflict and peace Media communication acts as a socialization agent that can contribute towards respect for life and ending violence, although it has also been found to contribute  ... 
doi:10.18543/djhr.2284 fatcat:d357eq3dxrfkngygzpfz3w3k74

Memory Practices and History Education

Felicitas Macgilchrist, Barbara Christophe, Alexandra Binnenkade
2015 Journal of Educational Media, Memory and Society  
Susan Hogervost adopts a process-oriented understanding of historical culture and memory culture.  ...  Binding these contributions together is an interest in exploring the doing of memory as a complex phenomenon which involves many (human, discursive, material, entangled) agencies; which emerges Autumn  ...  As a result, educational sites are well placed to generate thick, longitudinal observational data. Third, educational settings are connected to their social environment in several important ways.  ... 
doi:10.3167/jemms.2015.070201 fatcat:yutohiu3e5gerkksogibqd5epi

Violence and the Media [chapter]

Helmut Lukesch
2003 International Handbook of Violence Research  
Adults in Germany are not subject to any control (cf. the prohibition of censorship in Section 5 GG) in their consumption of media violence (with the exception of products deemed to undermine the social  ...  Another way of verifying the effects of the consumption of violent media content is the longitudinal assessment of media and aggression indicators and their evaluation on the basis of causal analysis with  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-0-306-48039-3_27 fatcat:x5454622fzc6tdi7oizo6wzkiy

Media Representations of Science during the First Wave of the COVID-19 Pandemic: A Qualitative Analysis of News and Social Media on the Island of Ireland

Cliodhna O'Connor, Nicola O'Connell, Emma Burke, Ann Nolan, Martin Dempster, Christopher D. Graham, Gail Nicolson, Joseph Barry, Gabriel Scally, Philip Crowley, Lina Zgaga, Luke Mather (+1 others)
2021 International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health  
This study advances understanding of science–society relations during the COVID-19 pandemic by analysing how science was represented in news and social media coverage of COVID-19 on the island of Ireland  ...  COVID-19 is arguably the most critical science communication challenge of a generation, yet comes in the wake of a purported populist turn against scientific expertise in western societies.  ...  The funders had no role in the design of the study; in the collection, analyses, or interpretation of data; in the writing of the manuscript, or in the decision to publish the results.  ... 
doi:10.3390/ijerph18189542 pmid:34574465 fatcat:doctm3jdjnbfhkizh6pobhk6bm

Look Up, Look Down: Articulating Inputs and Outputs of Social Media Social Comparison

Benjamin Johnson
2021 Journal of Communication Technology  
Because online friends selectively self-present, social comparisons may be biased upward, producing feelings of inadequacy.  ...  Results indicated age, social comparison orientation, mood modification, selectivity, and Facebook intensity produced social comparisons.  ...  Thus, it is critical to account for specific motives of use and patterns of use in order to understand the long-term relationship between social media, happiness, and individual flourishing.  ... 
doi:10.51548/joctec-2021-003 fatcat:nyrdgpnz4regvbciucsm5g7xqe
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