New for Journal of Children and Media and online now on Taylor & Francis Online

New for Journal of Children and Media and online now on Taylor & Francis Online:

Parental Mediation of Children’s Television and Video Game Use in Germany: Active and Embedded in Family Processes
Violetta K. Schaan & André Melzer
DOI: 10.1080/17482798.2015.997108

Emerging Adults’ Responses to Active Mediation of Pornography During Adolescence
Eric E Rasmussen, Rebecca R. Ortiz & Shawna R. White
DOI: 10.1080/17482798.2014.997769

Parental Co-Use of Media Technology with their Young Children in the USA
Sabrina L. Connell, Alexis R. Lauricella & Ellen Wartella
DOI: 10.1080/17482798.2015.997440

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RCFP: The News Media and the Law: Spring 2014: “Lethal Secrecy”

Take a look:

Lethal Secrecy  Vol. 38, No. 2

State secrecy statutes keep execution information from the public

EDITORIAL

Openness in executions

COVER

Lethal Secrecy

State secrecy statutes keep execution information from the public

FREEDOM OF INFORMATION

Paying for public access

FOI fees add up for journalists trying to explain government activities

The basics: Using freedom of information laws

A primer for those just starting to use open records laws

SECRET COURTS

Holding out against cameras at the high court

As Justices remain skeptical of camera access, spectators stand in the rain and hope

LIBEL

Rethinking hyperlinking

Linking to source material can help journalists in defamation lawsuits

Anatomy of a Brief: Scholz v. Boston Herald

A detailed look at a recent Reporters Committee amicus brief

CONTENT REGULATION

Baseball fans, podcasts, and the First Amendment

Asked and Answered — FOIA exemption waivers

– See more at: http://www.rcfp.org/browse-media-law-resources/news-media-law/news-media-and-law-spring-2014#sthash.OIZEqXyw.dpuf