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TV for Children: an Ethical, Regulatory and Educational Issue

Journal article
Authors Ilana Elea
Published in Nuances-Estudos Sobre Educacao
Volume 28
Issue 1
Pages 8-24
ISSN 2236-0441
Publication year 2017
Published at Nordicom (2013-)
Pages 8-24
Language pt
Links doi.org/10.14572/nuances.v28i1.4814
Keywords Children, Public television, Regulation, Ethics, Media and information literacy, obesity, media, Education
Subject categories Media Studies, Children

Abstract

This article aims to discuss issues of ethics, television regulation for children and media-education. The assumption is that the right to freedom of expression and regulation is not incompatible, but complementary - and fundamental for democratic exercise. The text presents examples of public regulation, self-regulation and television co-regulation for children in a mainly European context, especially by the Swedish model. Initiatives to ensure quality content, as well as actions to prevent potentially harmful content from being displayed in public programming grids are presented, as well as the importance of a parallel and continuous focus on media-educational actions.

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