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Changes In Media Consumption, Play And Literacy From The 1950s To The 2010s
This University of Sheffield study, published in the International Journal of Play, finds that children are leading the transition to digital media today. But, while too much time online could cause developmental problems, media consumption habits may not be making our children less bright or sociable. This paper is concerned with how children respond to media texts and considers the nature of children as media consumers in the 1950s and the 2010s.
Leadership Briefing 9.08(104)