Journal of Children and Media

(The TQCC of Journal of Children and Media is 5. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-02-01 to 2024-02-01.)
Introducing the Social Media Literacy (SMILE) model with the case of the positivity bias on social media47
How educational are “educational” apps for young children? App store content analysis using the Four Pillars of Learning framework39
Social media literacy & adolescent social online behavior in Germany34
In-home video chat for young children and their incarcerated parents27
“Snaps”, “screenshots”, and self-blame: A qualitative study of image-based sexual abuse victimization among adolescent Danish girls21
“Where are you?” An observational exploration of parental technoference in public places in the US and Israel20
Front liners fighting fake news: global perspectives on mobilising young people as media literacy advocates19
Components of digital literacy as predictors of youth civic engagement and the role of social media news attention: the case of Korea18
Who’s modeling STEM for kids? A character analysis of children’s STEM-focused television in the US18
Developing evaluation tools for assessing the educational potential of apps for preschool children in the UK16
Children’s and adolescents’ digital access in Chile: the role of digital access modalities in digital uses and skills13
“It’s really difficult. We’ve only got each other to talk to.” Monitoring, mediation, and good parenting in Australia in the digital age13
A randomized controlled trial of an educational app to improve preschoolers’ emergent literacy skills12
Picture perfect during a pandemic? Body image concerns and depressive symptoms in U.S. adolescent girls during the COVID-19 lockdown11
Online and offline victimisation: a cluster analysis of adolescent victims of bullying and cyber-bullying in Chile11
Teenagers’ reflections on media literacy initiatives at school and everyday media literacy discourses11
“Everything’s technology now”: the role of technology in home- and school-based summer learning activities in Canada11
“Just for fun?”: An exploration of digital games’ potential for eudaimonic media experiences among Flemish adolescents11
Review of feedback in edutainment games for preschoolers in the USA10
Early mobile phone ownership: influencing the wellbeing of girls and boys in Ireland?9
This picture does not portray reality: developing and testing a disclaimer for digitally enhanced pictures on social media appropriate for Austrian tweens and teens9
Kidfluencer exposure, materialism, and U.S. tweens’ purchase of sponsored products8
Media use for children with disabilities in the United States during COVID-198
Parent–child role reversal in ICT domestication: media brokering activities and emotional labours of Chinese “study mothers” in Singapore8
Type of screen time and academic achievement in children from Australia and New Zealand: interactions with socioeconomic status7
Moral clarity decreases as viewer age increases: a content analysis of the moral values and reinforcement cues depicted in popular U.S. children’s television7
Under the influence of (alcohol)influencers? A qualitative study examining Belgian adolescents’ evaluations of alcohol-related Instagram images from influencers7
Sleep deprived but socially connected: balancing the risks and benefits of adolescent screen time during COVID-197
Romanian adolescents, fake news, and the third-person effect: a cross-sectional study6
News videos consumption in an age of new media: a comparison between adolescents and adults6
The mediating role of sympathy in the relationship between media violence and Dutch adolescents’ social behaviors6
The location of U.S. Latinidad:Stuck in the Middle, Disney, and the in-between ethnicity6
Making the best of app use: The impact of parent-child co-use of interactive media on children’s learning in the U.S6
Parenting under pressure: stress is associated with mothers’ and fathers’ media parenting practices in Canada6
“Bringing you into the Zoom”: the power of authentic engagement in a time of crisis in the U.S.6
Digital citizenship under lockdown: promoting the healthy use of technology for adolescents growing-up in Perú during COVID-195
Filters and fillers: Belgian adolescents’ filter use on social media and the acceptance of cosmetic surgery5
My pandemic pedagogy playbook: a glimpse into higher education in the Dutch Zoom-room5
The home literacy and media environment of Saudi toddlers5
Fortnite: a context for child development in the U.S. during COVID-19 (and beyond)5
Is my kid that naive? Parents’ perceptions of their children’s attitudes towards advertising on smartphones in Chile5
“Buy everything”: the model consumer-citizen of Disney’s Zootopia5
Social media use and political cynicism among German youth: the role of information-orientation, exposure to extremist content, and online media literacy5
U.S. parent perspectives on media guidance from pediatric autism professionals5