33 The Role Of Parental Mediation In the Development Of Media Literacy and the Prevention of Substance Use
5. Media Effects/Media Psychology
3. The Young Audience
8. Mediating and Mitigating Effects
Published Online: 28 DEC 2012
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The International Encyclopedia of Media Studies
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Chen, Y.-C. and Austin, E. W. 2012. The Role Of Parental Mediation In the Development Of Media Literacy and the Prevention of Substance Use. The International Encyclopedia of Media Studies. 5:3:33.
- Published Online: 28 DEC 2012
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