SUBJECT ENCYCLOPEDIAS provide concise overviews of a wide range of
topics related to gender roles and communication. Browse through any of the
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O’Neill Reference HQ784 .M3 E53 2007 A collaborative effort of 500-plus international academics and researchers, this two-volume publication contains research and facts on the media's interaction with children and adolescents.
Articles cover such topics as: advertising, advocacy groups, books and print media, computers and electronic media, cross- cultural perspectives, developmental stages, gender and sexuality, media education, media effects, media use, movies, music, public policy, research methods, television, theories, and violence and aggression.
Includes more than 2,700 signed essays ranging from 500 to 2,500 words, written by subject experts and edited to form a consistent, readable, and straightforward reference. Entries include subject-specific bibliographies.
(O'Neill Reference P87.5 .E532 2003) 4 volumes. Articles on: the media in different countries; the development and use of communication technology; and concepts (such as censorship,copyright, and libel) that regulate he content and flow of information.
Select the category "Media" from the encyclopedia's main page for the largest group of communication-related articles, divided into six major sub-categories, including Communications Media, Effects & Audiences, Popular Culture, and Study of Mass Media.
(O'Neill Reference QA76.575 .E5368 2003) Describes concepts, contexts, and trends in new media, covering terms, technologies, key businesses, organizations, and individuals, laws, and social issues important in the development of new media.