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Albright, J.M. (2008). Sex in America online: An exploration of sex, marital status, and sexual identity in Internet sex seeking and its impacts. Journal of Sex Research, 45(2), 175–186.
Comer, J.S., Furr, J.M., Beidas, R.S., Weiner, C.L., & Kendall, P.C. (2008). Children and terrorism-related news: Training parents in coping and media literacy. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 76(4), 568–578.
Franks, S. (2006). The CARMA report: Western media coverage of humanitarian disasters. Political Quarterly, 77(2), 281–284.
Houston, J.B., Pfefferbaum, B., Reyes, G. (2008). Experiencing disasters indirectly: How traditional and new media disaster coverage impacts youth. Prevention Researcher, 15(3), 14–17.
Mares, M. & Woodard, E. (2005). Positive effects of television on children’s social interactions: A meta-analysis. Media Psychology, 7(3), 301–322.
Perez-Lugo, M. (2004). Media uses in disaster situations: A new focus on the impact phase. Sociological Inquiry, 74(2), 210–225
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