2 edition of Plug-in drug found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||HQ784.T4 W494 1978|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 258 p. :|
|Number of Pages||258|
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The Plug-In Drug, Marie Winn's classic book about child education and television, argues that watching too much television can be detrimental to a child's development and to family life.
Winn, author of The Plug-In Drug, has outlined how to go about planning a family, school, or community TV turn-off to help children and others understand the role TV plays in their lives. As she explains, it is not so much the quality of the TV /5(3). It includes new sections on: * Computers in the classroom * Computer and video games * The VCR * The V-Chip and other control devices Plug-in drug book TV programming for babies * Television and physical health Author Biography: Marie Winn has written thirteen books, among them Children Without Childhood, Unplugging the Plug-In Drug.
magazine. She has written books for children and also for parents and teachers, including The Plug-In Drug: Television, Computers, and Family Life (, revised ), Children without Childhood (), and Unpluging the Plug-In Drug.
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How does the passive act of watching television and other electronic media-regardless of their content-affect a developing child's relationship to the real world.
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A simplistic notion that could have been delineated in an article: turn the TV off for a week or two and ""you might learn to control it more effectively."" In The Plug-In Drug (), Winn argued.
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The Plug-In Drug: Television, Children and the Family (, revised ) was the first in a series of books by Winn about family in modern society: this excerpt is taken from that book. As I stated in my article (and confirmed by Marie Winn’s book The Plug-In Drug) it is not what is on television that is bad, it is not the content that is damaging; it is the mere act .television: the plug-in drug I don’t think Winn’s argument would have been strengthened by hypothetical situations instead of real ones, because research data, and quotations from .Pages in category "Technology books" The following 52 pages are in this category, out of 52 total.
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