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Role of Global Media Use on Adolescent Development in South Africa
Unformatted Document Text:  Global Media Use in South Africa YW Hill, J. (1983). Early adolescence: A research agenda. Journal of Early Adolescence, 3, 1- 21. Inhelder, B., & Piaget, J. (1958). The Growth of Logical Thinking From Childhood to Adolescence. New York: Basic Books. James, J. (2000). Do consumers in developing countries gain or lose from globalization? Journal of Economic Issues, 34 (3), 537-551. Katz, E., & Liebes, T. (1984). Mutual aid in decoding of Dallas: Preliminary notes from a cross-cultural study. In P. Drummond, & R. Paterson (Eds.), Television in Transition: Papers from the first International Television Studies Conference (187–198). London: British Film Institute. Kubey, R., & Larson, R. (1990). The use and experience of the new video media among children and young adolescents. Communication Research, 17, 107-130. Larson, R. (1995). Secrets in the bedroom: Adolescents’ private use of media. Journal of Youth and Adolescence, 24 (5), 535-550. Levy, M. & Windahl, S. (1984). Audience activity and gratifications: A conceptual clarification and exploration. Communication Research, 11, 51-78. Livingstone, S. (1998). Mediated Childhoods: A Comparative Approach to Changing Media Environment in Europe. European Journal of Communication, 13, 435-456. McCabe, M. P., & Ricciardelli, L. A. (2001). Parent, peer, and media influences on body image and strategies to both increase and decrease body size among adolescent boys and girls. Adolescence, 36, 225-240. Miller, P. H. (1999). Piaget’s Cognitive-Stage Theory. Theories of Developmental Psychology, 3rd Ed. (29-106). New York : W. H. Freeman.

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Global Media Use in South Africa
YW
Hill, J. (1983). Early adolescence: A research agenda. Journal of Early Adolescence, 3, 1-
21.
Inhelder, B., & Piaget, J. (1958). The Growth of Logical Thinking From Childhood to
Adolescence. New York: Basic Books.
James, J. (2000). Do consumers in developing countries gain or lose from globalization?
Journal of Economic Issues, 34 (3), 537-551.
Katz, E., & Liebes, T. (1984). Mutual aid in decoding of Dallas: Preliminary notes from a
cross-cultural study. In P. Drummond, & R. Paterson (Eds.), Television in Transition:
Papers from the first International Television Studies Conference (187–198). London:
British Film Institute.
Kubey, R., & Larson, R. (1990). The use and experience of the new video media among
children and young adolescents. Communication Research, 17, 107-130.
Larson, R. (1995). Secrets in the bedroom: Adolescents’ private use of media. Journal of
Youth and Adolescence, 24 (5), 535-550.
Levy, M. & Windahl, S. (1984). Audience activity and gratifications: A conceptual
clarification and exploration. Communication Research, 11, 51-78.
Livingstone, S. (1998). Mediated Childhoods: A Comparative Approach to Changing
Media Environment in Europe. European Journal of Communication, 13, 435-456.
McCabe, M. P., & Ricciardelli, L. A. (2001). Parent, peer, and media influences on body
image and strategies to both increase and decrease body size among adolescent boys
and girls. Adolescence, 36, 225-240.
Miller, P. H. (1999). Piaget’s Cognitive-Stage Theory. Theories of Developmental
Psychology, 3rd Ed. (29-106). New York : W. H. Freeman.


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