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PSY311H5 Chapter Notes -Cybersex, Online Chat, Open Classroom


Department
Psychology
Course Code
PSY311H5
Professor
Stuart Kamenetsky

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Chapter 9
Schools and Media: Children in an Electronic Age
Chapter Summary
SCHOOLS AND MEDIA: CHILDREN IN AN ELECTRONIC AGE
THE ROLE OF THE SCHOOL IN SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT
SCHOOLS AS SOCIAL COMMUNITIES
SCHOOL SIZE AND ORGANIZATION
Big School; Small School
Age Groupings in Schools
Coeducational versus Same-Gender Schools
CLASS SIZE AND ORGANIZATION
Advantages of Small Classes
Benefits of Open Classrooms
Cooperative Learning
Peer Tutors
BET YOU THOUGHT THAT . . . HOME-SCHOOLED CHILDREN WERE SOCIALLY DISADVANTAGED
THE TEACHERS’ IMPACT
Teacher-Student Relationships
Keeping Control: Classroom Discipline and Management
Teacher Expectations and Children’s Success
SCHOOL-FAMILY LINKS
School Culture; Home Culture
Learning from Living Leaders: Nancy E. Hill
Cultural Context: Matching Classroom Organization to Cultural Values and
Practices
Parents’ Involvement in Schools
School as a Buffer for Children
After-School Programs
Learning from Living Leaders: Deborah Lowe Vandell

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SCHOOL INTEGRATION
ELECTRONIC MEDIA AND CHILDREN'S SOCIAL LIVES
WATCHING TELEVISION AND PLAYING VIDEO GAMES
Hours of Involvement
Content of Television Shows and Video Games
DO CHILDREN UNDERSTAND WHAT THEY SEE?
TELEVISIONS POSITIVE EFFECTS
Learning from Living Leaders: Aletha C. Huston
NEGATIVE EFFECTS OF TELEVISION AND VIDEO GAMES
Television Biases Perceptions
Television and Video Games Displace Other Activities
Television Stereotypes Minority Groups
Television and Video Game Violence Leads to Aggression
Television and Video Game Violence Leads to Desensitization
Television and Sexuality
Real-World Application: Advertising Influences Children’s Choices
HOW CAN PARENTS AND SIBLINGS MODIFY TVS NEGATIVE EFFECTS?
Into Adulthood: Still Playing Games?
INTERNET AND CELL PHONE CONNECTIVITY
INTERNET ACCESS AND USE
EFFECTS OF INTERNET INVOLVEMENT
Internet Identity
Effects on Social Relationships
Research up Close: Role-Playing Games and Social Life
Effects of Internet Sex
Learning from Living Leaders: Patricia M. Greenfield
Effects on Mental Health
CELL PHONE CONNECTIONS
Insights from Extremes: The Risks of Sexting
Chapter Summary
Key Terms
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