Tag Archives: media

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Lessons from “The Sound of Music”

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Emotional Muscle, Self-Esteem, and Exploitative Adults

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Wondering why powerful men “act like pigs”

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“Telling Stories”

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Why watch at all? Children and Media

We all know about the many research studies that have firmly established a link between television violence and children’s aggressive behavior. But parents of preschoolers are unlikely to allow their little children to be watching police shows, violent cartoons, the … Continue reading

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