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‘We can change the face of this future’: Television Transforming the Fat Child / Rachel Kendrick.
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Introduction * Talking Dirty: Research Methods * Living and Learning * Boy Meets Boy Meets Girl Meets Girl: Gender, Sexuality and Performance * Bodies on Display: Pin-ups, Porn and Pop Stars * Dirty Laundry: Private Lives, Public Confessions * Show and Tell: Learning from Television Drama * Family Viewing: Embarrassment, Education and Erotics * Governing the Living Room: From Morality to Ethics * Conclusion.
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Prologue: Developmental Variations Among Children and Adolescents: An Overview of the Research and Policy Implications / Dorothy G. Singer.
Part I. Children as Victims.
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2. Domestic Violence and Child Protection: Confronting the Dilemmas in Moving From Family Court to Dependency Court / Thomas D. Lyon and Mindy B. Mechanic.
3. Sexually Predatory Parents and the Children in Their Care: Remove the Threat, Not the Child / Robin Fretwell Wilson.
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6. Mitigating the Impact of Publicity on Child Crime Victims and Witnesses / Charles Putnam and David Finkelhor.
Part II. Children as Consumers of Violence.
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13. Positive Features of Video Games / Laurie N. Taylor.
14. Children, Adolescents, and the Culture of Online Hate / Brendesha Tynes.
15. Constitutional Obstacles to Regulating Violence in the Media / Catherine J. Ross.
Part III. Children as Perpetrators of Violence.
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21. Cleaning Up Toxic Violence: An EcoGenerist Paradigm / Barbara Bennett Woodhouse.
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