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Youth Media Resources

Here is an introductory list of resources about children, teens and their relationships with media. This is a partial list, but its a start.


Non-Profit & Educational Organizations

The list below is composed of two kinds of organizations, those that reach out to youth and provide them with opportunities to express themselves through technology and those that study the impact of this opportunity on the lives of youth. All of them are presented here as models for replication.

The Community Technology Centers Network (US)

Schoolnet (Canada)

The Educational Development Center (US)

Compumentor (US)

Techsoup (US)


Web Sites

Here is a brief selection of sites for kids, demographic and marketing information.

Bolt

The Kids Report

Kidscreen Magazine

Jupitor Communications Digital Kids Forum

The Internet Scout Project


Books

These are books I read a long time ago (or worked on a long time ago), but I think they are still good primers for people just getting into the field.

The Children's Culture Reader
by Henry Jenkins (Editor)
Paperback (October 1998)
New York Univ Pr; ISBN: 0814742327

Playing the Future : What We Can Learn from Digital Kids
by Douglas Rushkoff
Paperback (September 1999)
Riverhead Books; ISBN: 1573227641

Radical Change : Books for Youth in a Digital Age
by Eliza T. Dresang
Hardcover (February 1999)
H.W. Wilson; ISBN: 0824209532

Growing Up Digital : The Rise of the Net Generation
by Don Tapscott
Paperback (June 1999)
McGraw-Hill; ISBN: 0071347984

From Barbie to Mortal Kombat: Gender and Computer Games
by Justine Cassell (Editor), Henry Jenkins (Editor)
Hardcover (November 6, 1998)
MIT Press; ISBN: 0262032589

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