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A: How Does Media Affect Children Family Viewing A report on parents, children and the media by Lucy McCarraher for the Parenting Education & Support Forum in association with the NSPCC, [ Family Circle magazine and Glasgow Media Group Parenting Education & Support Forum The Parenting Education & Support Forum brings together those concerned with or working in the field of preparation, education
and support for parents. It promotes and maintains a high profile for parenting education and support, where education means learning in the fullest sense: of growing in knowledge, skills, understanding and personal development. The Forum presses for effective policies and practice at local and national level ? with the aim of serving the best interests of all children and their families. The Forum?s five working groups ? on training and accreditation, media, research and evaluation, inter-agency collaboration, and parenting education in schools ? explore current issues and develop guidelines and projects. Regular seminars provide the opportunity for debate and information exchange. A quarterly newsletter published by the Forum features articles on issues of practice in work with parents and families, book reviews, information on research and evaluation and on forthcoming events and conferences. Produced by National Children?s Bureau Enterprises Ltd, the trading company for the National Children?s Bureau, 8 Wakley Street, London EC1V 7QE. Registered Charity Number 258825 ? Parenting Education & Support Forum, September 1998 Printed by MCP Litho, London. Family Viewing A report of the research project into parents, children and the media researched and written by Lucy McCarraher study initiated and managed by Eileen Hayes, Parenting Advisor, NSPCC and Chair, Parenting and Media Working Group, Parenting Education & Support Forum survey questionnaire devised by Lucy McCarraher, Greg Philo, Glasgow Media Group and Gillian Drummond, Family Circle magazine survey analysis by... ]
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Weegy: How Does Media Affect Children Family Viewing A report on parents, children and the media by Lucy McCarraher for the Parenting Education & Support Forum in association with the NSPCC, [ Family Circle magazine and Glasgow Media Group Parenting Education & Support Forum The Parenting Education & Support Forum brings together those concerned with or working in the field of preparation, education and support for parents. It promotes and maintains a high profile for parenting education and support, where education means learning in the fullest sense: of growing in knowledge, skills, understanding and personal development. The Forum presses for effective policies and practice at local and national level ? with the aim of serving the best interests of all children and their families. The Forum?s five working groups ? on training and accreditation, media, research and evaluation, inter-agency collaboration, and parenting education in schools ? explore current issues and develop guidelines and projects. Regular seminars provide the opportunity for debate and information exchange. A quarterly newsletter published by the Forum features articles on issues of practice in work with parents and families, book reviews, information on research and evaluation and on forthcoming events and conferences. Produced by National Children?s Bureau Enterprises Ltd, the trading company for the National Children?s Bureau, 8 Wakley Street, London EC1V 7QE. Registered Charity Number 258825 ? Parenting Education & Support Forum, September 1998 Printed by MCP Litho, London. Family Viewing A report of the research project into parents, children and the media researched and written by Lucy McCarraher study initiated and managed by Eileen Hayes, Parenting Advisor, NSPCC and Chair, Parenting and Media Working Group, Parenting Education & Support Forum survey questionnaire devised by Lucy McCarraher, Greg Philo, Glasgow Media Group and Gillian Drummond, Family Circle magazine survey analysis by... ]
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User: Identify the different relationships children and young people may have

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