Children and Electronic Media
Jeanne Brooks-Gunn, Elisabeth Hirschhorn Donahue, editors.
- Future of Children: Children and Electronic Media. Jeanne Brooks-Gunn, Elisabeth Hirschhorn Donahue, editors. Click here to view the full report. Thisvolume examines the best available evidence on whether and how exposure todifferent media forms is linked to child well-being.Published by The Brookings Institution and Princeton University’s Woodrow Wilson School of Public andInternational Affairs at Princeton University. (Spring 2008)
- Executive Summary. Click here to view an executive summary presenting many of the key findings and implications of the research. (Spring 2008)
- Policy Brief. Click here to view a policy brief presenting an overview of the many of the key findings and implications of the research.(Spring 2008)
- Myth Busters. Click here for an overview of common myths about media use and appropriate research.
- Parenting in a Media Saturated World. The lives of American children are saturated with media. How does this overwhelming presence of media impact children’s well being? More importantly, what can parents do to exert some control over this media presence in their children’s lives? Click here for a brief overview with tips, suggestions and links to relevant articles.
- Future of Children Website. Click here to view the documents on the Future of Children website.
- Child Trends Research Brief. Asolescents and Electronic Media: Growing Up Plugged In, May 2009. Brett Brown and Pilar Marin. This brief draws on portions from the Future of Children Journal, Children and Electronic Media.