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Sunday, April 15 • 3:00pm - 4:15pm
Creating Better Children's Programming Through Awareness: Studies of Production Techniques, Affection and Race/Ethnicity Expressed in Humor

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There are many issues surrounding television programming aimed at youth. Reviewing the work of student panelists will illustrate the following: expressions of Affection in Kids' Shows and the effect; differing production techniques in children's commercials and gender differences (including economic impact of production expenses); and race/ethnicity as expressed with humor and potential effects on youth viewers of prime-time animated programming. Conclusions illustrate the economic, behavioral and production impact of the creation of programming and commercials for a youthful audience (under the age of 19). Moderator: Kathe Lehman-Meyer, St. Mary's University
Panelists: Stephanie Martinez; St. Mary's University, Race-based Media Socialization: A look into animated prime-time sitcoms
Joshua Amaro Dunn, St. Mary's University; The Babies and Bathwater of Children's Programming: A qualitative Analysis of Authentic and Inauthentic Expressions of Affection in Kids' Shows
Gabriela Guajardo, St. Mary's University; Jesus Garcia, St Mary's University, Production Techniques in Children's Television Commercials: An Examination of Gender Stereotypes


Sunday April 15, 2012 3:00pm - 4:15pm
Conference Room 2

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