The Center on Media and Human Development (CMHD) at Northwestern University

Seeking Parents for a Survey: Parenting Young Children Today!

If you are a parent of children age 6 or under, our friends at The Center on Media and Human Development (CMHD) at Northwestern University want to hear from you! The Center is seeking parents of 0- to 6-year-olds to participate in online survey to learn more about what it is like to be a parent of young children today. They are asking parents to take some time to complete an online survey to share more about parenting, media use, and social support.

 The Center on Media and Human Development (CMHD) at Northwestern University

As a thank you for their time and participation, parents who complete the survey will be entered into a drawing to win one of 25 $100 Amazon gift cards.

The Center on Media and Human Development, directed by Dr. Ellen Wartella, was created with three primary goals: training future researchers to participate in the field of human development and media studies; research on a variety of topics, from family media use in the home to teachers’ uses of technology in the classroom; and public policy, recognizing the interdisciplinary world we live in requires collaboration and communication across fields in the form of workshops, conferences, and round table discussions to inform and influence public policy.

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