Children and the World Wide Web: Tool or Trap?

Hardcover | October 25, 2000

bySamuel Joshua Friedman

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The emergence of the Internet as a global form of communication has raised issues regarding advertising to children. Is the Internet a broadcaster or a publisher? How does the First Amendment relate to Mass Communication? How do Internet technology and games modify children's development? Children and the World Wide Web examines both the legal issues, specifically the regulation of the Internet, and the behavioral issues that are central to a discussion of children and the Internet.

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The emergence of the Internet as a global form of communication has raised issues regarding advertising to children. Is the Internet a broadcaster or a publisher? How does the First Amendment relate to Mass Communication? How do Internet technology and games modify children's development? Children and the World Wide Web examines both t...

Samuel Joshua Friedman is a Psychologist for the Jersey City Board of Education and an Adjunct Professor at Touro College in New York.
Format:HardcoverDimensions:128 pages, 9.28 × 6.1 × 0.56 inPublished:October 25, 2000Publisher:UPALanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0761818243

ISBN - 13:9780761818243

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Table of Contents

Chapter 1 Acknowledgements; Introduction Chapter 2 The History of Regulation Chapter 3 The Internet: A Tool for Merchandising and Persuasion Chapter 4 Advertising: Children as Products of a Consumer Culture Chapter 5 The Internet: A Tool for Enfranchisement Chapter 6 The Web: Its Future Direction and Focus Chapter 7 The Web: Tool or Trap? Chapter 8 Appendices; Bibliography