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Parenting Well in a Media Age
by Gloria DeGaetano   

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Publisher:  Personhood Press ISBN-10:  1932181121 Type: 

Copyright:  2004
Non-Fiction

Parenting Well in a Media Age explains six specific challenges of modern-day parenting. It has won a 2007 Best Product Award from iParenting Media Awards!

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Parenting Well in a Media Age

A media age makes it easy for global industries to send their messages to the masses using all forms of screen machines, influencing society, our parenting, and our children on many levels. Rather than being personally-generated, our mainstream culture is now an industry-generated one, created and maintained by business instead of by individuals. To parent well in such a culture means parents must tap the well of wisdom within them. Parenting Well in a Media Age provides affirmation for parents’ significant role for meeting children’s human needs. Focusing on five essential human needs, the book acts as a guide for helping parents focus on those needs with their children and with themselves. Thus, we collectively create a personally-generated culture—one that ensures human needs will continue to be met for future generations.




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Craig Anderson, Ph.D.; Chair, Dept. of Psychology, Iowa State University
“Whether you are a new parent, an old parent or not a parent at all, if you are concerned about incivility, consumerism, and violence in modern society you need to read this book. If you are not concerned, you really need to read this book.”



Jane M. Healy, Ph.D. Educational Psychologist Author of the best-seller, Endangered Minds
“Trust Gloria DeGaetano to come up with clear and compelling information for parents trying to navigate the minefields of media and corporate pressures on kids. Follow her advice and your children will be the winners!”


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