(born November 23, 1961) is Director of the Media and the Developing Child Sector at the Annenberg Public Policy Center, University of Pennsylvania. Her research is on the role of media in the lives of children and their families. Studies of the impact and implementation of US children's media policy include evaluations of the FCC processing guideline known as the Three-Hour Rule and the Telecommunication Act of mandating the provision of the V-Chip and the TV ratings system.
[RedOrbit] - Amy Jordan, director of the Media and the Developing Child sector at the University of Pennsylvania, said the research shows just how important it is to broaden our view of “violence” beyond the physical. “As a society, we need to acknowledge that our
[Phys.Org] commonly in children's programming," said Amy Jordan, director of the Media and the Developing Child sector at the University of Pennsylvania and Chair of the Children, Adolescents and the Media Division of the International Communication Association.