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Binah: The Common Sense Census on Media Use by Children Ages Zero to Eight

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Common Sense Media’s Michael Robb and Jill Murphy examine the pattern of media use among young American children, and offer recommendations and tips for parents based on their findings. Covering television, video, reading, music, computers, video games and mobile digital devices, Common Sense Media’s report Common Sense Census: Media Use by Children Ages Zero to Eight (64 pages, PDF) looks at which platforms they are using, the activities or content they are engaging on those platforms, and how their media use patterns vary by age, gender or socioeconomic status.

David Kwan is the editor and producer of Binah, featuring remarkable artists and thinkers who’ve come to speak at the Jewish Community Center of San Francisco as part of their Arts & Ideas program.