Beyond Family and School: Activities, Media and the Natural World

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      LAURA LEVINE: What do you think isthe biggest change in children's everyday lifein the last 50 years?You might argue that the biggest change is the effects of media.We always have thought of childrenas being involved with play that they created themselves--fantasy play.

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      LAURA LEVINE [continued]: But more and more children are involved with television,with video games, with handheld devices.You may even have seen, like I haveseen, a little toddler working on his iPhone while beingstrolled down the street.What are the consequences of that?

Beyond Family and School: Activities, Media and the Natural World

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Dr. Laura Levine explains that increased use of media technology is the biggest change in early childhood over the past 50 years. Rather than engaging in fantasy play, small children are using cell phones and mobile technology.

Beyond Family and School: Activities, Media and the Natural World

Dr. Laura Levine explains that increased use of media technology is the biggest change in early childhood over the past 50 years. Rather than engaging in fantasy play, small children are using cell phones and mobile technology.

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