Addiction Issues - Drugs and the Media
San Francisco-based organization that combats negative media images
about women; offers very interesting gallery of offending companies
and their ads About
Contains up-to-date reports, fact sheets, regulatory petitions and
comments, policy news, links, and historical information on federal
alcohol policy issues Booze
Promotes critical thinking skills in analyzing and evaluating media Center
for Media Literacy
Organization that opposes the excesses of commercialism, advertising,
and marketing aimed at children
Organization that encourages the entertainment
industry to more effectively address and accurately depict major public
health and social issues Entertainment
Canadian site offering media information to parents, students, and
Media literacy gateway offering links to instructional media, lesson
plans, guides, museums, and organizations Media
Literacy Online Project
Media literacy site covering teen sexuality, suicide and violence,
food and body image, and alcohol and drugs Teen
Health and the Media
Witty and creative site that produces
counter-advertising messages to expose the manipulative and deceitful
practices of the tobacco industry Welcome
to Badvertising Country
California project addressing tobacco media literacy Youth
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