Growing up at the intersection of the genomic era and the information age
NLM Title Abbreviation
J Pediatr Nurs
Journal of pediatric nursing
Children actively seek to make sense of their worlds based on the information they receive and their experience. For children growing up at the intersection of genomic era and information age, the array of information and experience continues to expand. This article highlights the importance of exploring these early contexts for learning, including the children's exposure to books and mass media, and the impact of early learning on later health literacy and behaviors. This article presents a case study discussing the inheritance of cystic fibrosis using the Harry Potter book series. CO 2009 Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved.
Cystic Fibrosis -- Education, Cystic Fibrosis -- Familial and Genetic, Genomics -- Education -- In Infancy and Childhood, Health Knowledge -- In Infancy and Childhood, Patient Education -- In Infancy and Childhood, Carriers, Genetic, Child, Information Literacy, Literature, Male
Published Article/Book Citation
The definitive version was published in Journal of pediatric nursing, 24:3 (2009) pp.189-193.
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