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Managing Screen Time
The relationship between American children and television had has many twists and turns. The Spring issue of the Journal of the History of Childhood and Youth features an essay by Colin Ackerman, a Research Associate for the Collaborative for Academic, Social...
The Future of News
Until very recently, the things that we refer to as “newspapers” were exclusively material objects made of paper. Today, many people actually read what they call “newspapers” on digital devices, and some have even taken to calling printed newspapers “dead tree...
Writing to the World
Since the 2016 presidential election, we have had almost daily reminders of the prevalence of “fake news” in our new, Facebook and Twitter-reliant media landscape. Frequently, the blame for this phenomenon falls on the media themselves, as commentators...