4-23-08 notes - positive expectancies related to alcohol...

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Notes : 4/23/08 Media literacy lessons are better than restrictions (house rules, censorship) as a strategy to prevent harmful effects on kids Restrictions (house rules, censorship) are better than media literacy lessons as a strategy to prevent harmful effects on kids Media literacy stimulates critical thinking and increases awareness of ethical issues surrounding media violence After program, kinds expressed a more critical attitude about media creator responsibilities Associated clips with high risk factors Learned to inquire whether media content is true, accurate, ethical Intervention prevented some increase in
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Unformatted text preview: positive expectancies related to alcohol Literacy can reduce expectancies and the propensity toward an unhealthy behavior by affecting decision-making Gender sensitivity is key in message design Literacy increases skepticism toward media and also increases desirability? Parental mediation: active, restrictive and co-viewing Increases critical thinking Rules will not stop kids from watching Program rules more time spent doing other things Mediation reduced relations between news exposure and emotional responses Media literacy may enhance emotional responses...
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