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The medium and the message

There is a popular tendency to attribute a great deal, if not most, of the ills associated with young people and social change to the pernicious influence of the media. Many media scholars and cultural commentators deplore this tendency as a historically predictable series of moral panics, and they point to the complex web of factors contributing to children’s cognitive, health and social outcomes.

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