1.Children's Construction of Fantasy Stories: Gender Differences in ...
While much work has been done on sex role development in children, conflict ... fantasy stories, found significant differences in conflict resolutions they created.
2.H 1790 Literature: Fiction - Library of Congress
Sep 1, 2013 ... example, Detective and mystery stories, American; Science fiction, ... Allegories; Fairy tales; Radio stories; Children's stories, English; etc. .... characteristics of the author, such as nationality, religion, sex, ethnic background. c.
3.The Changing World of Children's Books and the ... - McGraw-Hill
Contemporary Realistic Fiction 79 ... As we study the changing history of children's literature, we find that social, ... remained constant over the years are the broad themes of the stories and the ...... divorce, abortion, sex, and homosexuality.
4.Online Child Sex Solicitation: Exploring the feasibility of a research ...
The fictional identities of four female underage children where .... Alt.Sex.Stories, which explores the use of newsgroup/bulletin board technologies as a way of.
5.Sex Offender Myths in Print Media - Western Criminology Review
Myths in Print Media: Separating Fact from Fiction in U.S. Newspapers.” Western Criminology .... media reports of sex crimes against children sets the stage for widespread ..... other violent crimes, stories about sex crimes were more likely to be ...
6.Good Fantasy & Bad Fantasy - Christian Research Institute
In fact, fantasy has always been a staple of children's entertainment, including the ... drug abuse, running away from home, suicide, and premarital sex of every ... jungle” is real, then one will write stories about ruthless struggles for survival.
7.Children's Direct Fright and Worry Reactions to Violence in Fiction ...
were within-subjects factors, whereas age, sex, and television viewing frequency ... fantasy violence, at least in older children, because older children (8 years) are better able ..... turned off, whereas disturbing news stories may go on for a.
8.STORIES CAN INFLUENCE THE SELF-CONCEPT 1 Running Head ...
unlikely to engage in social comparison (had no children of their own) whereas no ... A large body of research has shown that non-fictional as well as fictional stories can .... the femininity subscale of the Bem Sex-Role Inventory (Bem, 1974) .