Watching, Wanting & Well-Being

There is growing public concern that heavy media exposure is making children more materialistic and this, in turn, has a negative impact on their psychological well-being. This report of 9 to 13 years olds by the National Consumer Council explores in depth the connections between the well-being of children and the commercial world that surrounds them. In particular, the research looks at children's use of TV and computers and the links with self-esteem and well-being. Folder: Leadership Briefings Issue 2.08 (20)

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