The Media Show Special: Children and Television
The media like stories claiming to link TV with harm to children, but is the picture so clear? Prof David Buckingham, Prof Susan Greenfield and the Times's Hannah Devlin discuss.
The media like stories claiming to link TV with harm to children, but is the picture so clear? Focussing on two recent pieces of research by Prof Dimitri Christakis and Prof Angeline Lillard, Steve discusses the extent to which media reports of the link can be justified. Joining him are David Buckingham who is Professor of Education at the Institute of Education at London University and Director of the Centre for the study of Children, Youth and Media, Baroness Susan Greenfield, a neuroscientist and Professor of Synaptic Pharmacology at Oxford University and Hannah Devlin, Science Correspondent for the Times with a PhD in brain imaging from Oxford University.
The producer is Luke Mulhall.