Looking for freely available, comprehensive, bibliographic databases on the topics of media literacy, media, children, and health? Explore these four databases:
- The Center on Media and Child Health’s Database of Research, Children’s Hospital, Boston
The Center on Media and Child Health (CMCH) offers a comprehensive online database of peer-reviewed research on media and child health.
- IZI-Datenbank, International Central Institute for Youth and Educational Television, Germany
The International Central Institute for Youth and Educational Television (IZI) offers an extensive reference database on children’s, youth, and educational television. The database contains citations in several languages, including English, German, and French.
ADOLEC is a comprehensive and international bibliographic database on the topics of adolescents, youth, and health. The database contains bibliographic citations from peer-reviewed journal articles, theses, books, conferences, and government publications. The database contains citations in Portuguese, English, and Spanish.
- Media Literacy Database, International Clearinghouse on Children, Youth and Media, Sweden
The Media Literacy Database is a tool for scholars, academics, teachers and experts looking for information and practical examples of media literacy initiatives anywhere in the world. You will find useful links to ongoing research projects, publications, relevant organizations, regulations, awareness raising efforts and examples of children’s own media production.