Jennifer Ludden. Harry Potter and The Hunger Games haven't been big hits for nothing. Lots of teens and adolescents still read quite a lot.
Almost everyone is on their phones, iPods, tablets or some kind of funky electronic device and all are almost always either on social media or listening to music. There are barely one or two people who have a book open in their hands — but we need more people like that. This is not just about what you see on public transport, though.
Qty :. What is 'fun' about the Hollywood version of girlhood? Through re-evaluating notions of pleasure and fun, The Aesthetic Pleasures of Girl Teen Film forms a study of Hollywood girl teen films between
Harry Potter and The Hunger Games haven't been big hits for nothing. Lots of teens and adolescents still read quite a lot. But a roundup of studies, put together by the nonprofit Common Sense Media, shows a clear decline over time.
Bring It On A film which has spawned numerous sequels, spoofs and more, Kirsten Dunst's well intentioned cheerleader has gone on to influence many a teen girl. Lots of great quotes in this one, thanks to a surprisingly sardonic, realistic yet kind-hearted view of highschool cheerleaders. The plot leaves much to be desired
Republish our articles for free, online or in print, under Creative Commons licence. New research on sexting published today in JAMA Pediatrics finds that sexting has increased among teens in recent years, and increases as youths age. An estimated one in seven teens send sexts and one in four receive them, according to the research.
When teenagers use class time just for reading, some find, for the first time, that books have more to offer than they thought. Even before my 6-year-old niece could read on her own, Jamie clamored for story after story. As I watch her growing delight with the printed word, I often wonder whether she'll enjoy reading in the years to come.
A third of U. The research, published in the journal Psychology of Popular Media Culturepoints to the continuing dominance of digital media among teenagers. Teen use of traditional media — such as books, magazines and television — has dropped off, while time spent texting, scrolling through social media and using other forms of digital media continues to increase, the survey says.
Posted February 28, Sexting has increased among teens in recent years, and increases as youths age, according to new research published in JAMA Pediatrics. An estimated one in seven teens sends sexts and one in four receives them, according to the research.