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Pop Culture, Learning Disorders in Newsletter
“How Pop Culture Sexualizes Young Children” is the cover story in the Spring 2009 issue of Parenting Education Practitioners Talk (PEP Talk), the professional quarterly from Parenting Press.
Based on “So Sexy So Soon: The New Sexualized Childhood and What Parents Can Do to Protect Their Kids” (Ballantine Books, 2008) by Diane E. Levin, a professor at Boston’s Wheelock College, and Jean Kilbourne, a senior scholar at the Wellesley (MA) Centers for Women, this article discusses the impact of advertising and such media as video and computer games, television and movies. The article includes comments from several Parenting Press authors, including LaGrande OR therapist Lyndall Shick, the author of Understanding Temperament, Bonney Lake WA parent educator Shari Steelsmith, author of Go To Your Room, Harriet Heath, the Haverford PA author of Using Your Values, and Princeton NJ clinical psychologist Eileen Kennedy-Moore, the author of What About Me?
This issue also includes:
This issue is available for $5. Annual subscriptions (electronic) to PEP Talk are $10. For more information, see www.ParentingPress.com/peptalk.html or contact media@ParentingPress.com.
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Last updated February 01, 2017