Digital Media in Families

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1. #PayneFundStudies

1.1. #Movies

1.2. #PayneFundStudies

2. #MediaEffects

2.1. #RoleModel

2.1.1. Society

2.2. #Influence

2.3. #Change

2.3.1. #Children

2.4. #DifferentialSusceptibility

2.4.1. #HypodermicNeedle

3. #DripDripTheory

3.1. #WorldPerception

3.2. #CultivationTheory

4. Lecture 3

4.1. #Parenting

4.1.1. #Parenting style (4)

4.1.1.1. #Mediation (4)

4.1.1.1.1. #Active mediation

4.1.1.1.2. #Restrictive mediation

4.1.1.2. #Monitoring

4.2. #Sexualization

4.2.1. #genderspecific

4.2.2. #porn

4.3. #Advertising (10)

4.3.1. #brands

4.3.1.1. #brandawareness

4.3.2. #commercals

4.3.3. #marketing

4.3.4. #consumerism

4.3.5. #genderspecfic

5. Lecture 2

5.1. Social media (17)

5.1.1. Media addiction

5.1.1.1. #FOMO

5.1.2. Influence

5.1.2.1. #social-emotional development

5.1.2.2. #development

5.1.2.3. #sleep

5.1.2.4. #negativecomments

5.1.3. Adolescents

5.1.3.1. #self-esteem

5.1.3.2. #communication

5.1.3.3. #self-concept

5.1.3.3.1. #identity

5.1.4. #Flynn-effect

5.1.5. CMC

5.1.5.1. #face-to-face

5.1.5.1.1. #intimacy

5.1.5.1.2. #receptionmodel

5.1.6. Sexting

5.1.6.1. #self-expression

5.1.6.2. #sexyselfie

5.1.7. Affordance (3)

5.1.8. Privacy Paradox

5.1.8.1. # PsychologicalPrivacy

5.1.9. online vs. offline

5.1.10. #displacementtheory

5.1.10.1. displacement

5.1.10.2. lonelypeople

6. Lecture 4/5

6.1. Violence in Media

6.1.1. #Aggression theories

6.1.1.1. #Habituation

6.1.1.2. #Desensitization

6.1.1.3. #Induced arousal

6.1.1.4. #Induced script

6.1.1.5. #Catalyst Model

6.1.2. #Media effects

6.1.2.1. #TV

6.1.2.2. #Videogames

6.1.2.2.1. #ADHD

6.1.2.3. #DSMM

6.1.3. #Youth

6.2. Excessive Media Use

6.2.1. #Tablets

6.2.2. #TV

6.2.3. #EntertaimentGames

6.2.4. #Theories

6.2.4.1. #Social cognitive theory

6.2.4.2. #Moderate discrepancy hypothesis

6.3. Family

6.3.1. #Parent Mediation

6.3.1.1. #Monitoring

6.3.1.1.1. #Restrictive

6.3.1.1.2. #Active

6.3.1.2. #Parenting styles

6.3.1.2.1. #Parenting strategies

6.3.1.2.2. #Self regulation

6.4. Media preferences

6.4.1. #Children

6.4.1.1. #Development

6.4.1.1.1. #Fantasy/reality

6.4.2. #Media content

6.4.2.1. #Violent Media

6.4.2.1.1. #Influence

6.4.2.2. #Gender

6.4.2.3. #Educational media

6.4.2.3.1. #Learning

7. Lecture 1