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Media w życiu małego dziecka. Badania własne

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Media in life of a young child
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Over the past decade infants’ and toddlers’ time spent with media has notably increased. At present, there is limited empirical knowledge regarding how children in different countries use media, how environmental variables influence children’s activities. Presented study examined 343 children’s aged 0;6 to 6;6 media use. The study provides baseline data about: which media do very young children use, and how much time do they spend using them, how old are children when they first starts using each medium. The study shows the social context of their media use and the relationship between the media environment in the home and children’s habits about media use and other activities.
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  • Instytutu Psychologii, Uniwersytet Jagielloński w Krakowie Institute of Psychology, Jagiellonian University in Crocow, annamk@apple.phils.uj.edu.pl
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