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Unformatted text preview: & Bucht, 2001, p. 134) These principles eloquently spell out the kind of television and media culture society would need to create if it chose to protect children, including children of color, from the harmful effects of current practices and to use the media to promote healthy development. REFERENCE REFERENCES American Academy of Pediatrics. (Revised 1999). Television and the family. Washington, DC: Author. American Academy of Pediatrics. (2000, july 26). Joint statement on the impact of entertainment violence on children. Presented at the Congressional Public Health Summit, Washington, DC. American Psychological Association. (1993). Violence and youth: Psychology's response. Vol. I: Summary of the APA commission on youth and violence. Washington, DC: Author. Berk, L. (1995). Vygotsky's theory: The importance of make-believe play. Young Children, 50(1), 30-39. Bettelheim, B. (1987). The importance of play. The Atlantic, 259(3), 35-46. Bronson, M. (1995). The right stuff for children birth to...
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