What People Are Saying About
Parenting Well in a Media Age: Keeping Our Kids Human


“Whether you are a new parent, an old parent or not a parent at all, if you are concerned about incivility, consumerism, and violence in modern society you need to read this book. If you are not concerned, you really need to read this book.”

Craig Anderson, Ph.D.
Chair, Dept. of Psychology
Iowa State University


"Gloria DeGaetano confronts the most important questions about the long-term impact of media immersion and provides common sense answers that concerned parents will appreciate. She has made an important contribution to a crucial discussion that too many families try to avoid."

Michael Medved
Nationally Syndicated Radio Host
Author of Hollywood vs. America


“Trust Gloria DeGaetano to come up with clear and compelling information for parents trying to navigate the minefields of media and corporate pressures on kids. Follow her advice and your children will be the winners!”

Jane M. Healy, Ph.D.
Educational Psychologist
Author of the best-seller, Endangered Minds


“I love this book!”

Sharna Olfman, Ph.D. 
Founder/Director Childhood and Society Symposium Series
Department of Humanities and Human Sciences
Point Park College


“Gloria DeGaetano offers powerful strategies to help today's parents raise their children with greater literacy, emotional intelligence, and academic success, building healthier, happier families.”

Dr. Diane Dreher,
Associate Dean of Arts and Sciences, Santa Clara University
Author of The Tao of Persona Leadership


“This is a must read book for the parent who does not want to place his child for endless hours in front of the TV or let life be defined by Hollywood absurdities. Gloria DeGaetano makes parenting in a media age easier and more rewarding.”

Robert Hill, M. D.
co-author, Getting Rid of Ritalin


"This wise and important book can help us raise healthy children in spite of our toxic cultural environment. Gloria DeGaetano clearly spells out what we are up against and offers simple but profound remedies, and, perhaps most importantly, hope."

Jean Kilbourne
Author of Can't Buy My Love: How Advertising Changes the Way We Think and Feel


"Parenting Well in a Media Age is important reading for parents concerned about the impact of commercial culture on children.  It's essential reading for those who aren't."

Susan Linn, Ed.D.
Author, Consuming Kids:  The Hostile Takeover of Childhood



    Copyright © Gloria DeGaetano, 2004–2008. All Rights reserved.