Raising children without violence: 7 practical tips to communicate peace

Just watch the news or read the front pages of newspapers and you’ll soon realize how violence, even in societies that we are used to calling "evolved,” is still very prevalent in every age group and in every social stratum. But how can we stop the phenomenon of violence? There would be a lot to do and on many levels... Continue Reading




Euthanasia: Can Dying Truly Be a Free Choice?

Euthanasia is becoming an increasingly common legal option in the Western world. The former Dutch administration, led by liberal Mark Rutte until his recent resignation, expanded access to euthanasia for terminal patients ages one to twelve years old – with their parents’ consent. While in New Zealand, 65% of voters voted in favor of euthanasia last October. In Switzerland, the Continue Reading




Letter to a teenage son

It's the open door to your room to remind me that you're not there. It is always wide open when you leave, and always closed when you come back. At the beginning, but I couldn't even say when it started, I experienced it as an exclusion, and I was sorry, I confess. Now, it's not that I like being left Continue Reading




Storytelling and Medical Therapy: How to Bring Patients and Pharmaceuticals Closer Together

The evolution of people into more informed and alert consumers has caused a great transformation in branding communication, focusing increasingly on the creation of useful content to inform and entertain their consumers. This is also true for pharmaceutical companies that now have the opportunity (and the mission) to support patients from a distance. This support includes psychological help, since each Continue Reading




FAMILY INFLUENCER

There are those who post photos of cats, those who post the outfit of the day, those who posts memories from his vacation, others, food they love, the fantastic places they’ve been, photos with friends... and so on. The content published on social networks every day tell the many stories of our lives. Among them we also find entire families Continue Reading




“Everything proceeds as planned”: a novel that defends life without raising its voice…

Gaia, protagonist of “Everything proceeds as planned,” a tunnel became a bridge thanks to Gianna Beretta Molla , written by Cecilia Galatolo, is a good girl, who is quite serious and conscientious. She studies medicine, dreams of one day being married, and is firm in her pro-life beliefs. Then suddenly, everything she was so sure about came crashing down. The Continue Reading




“Smartphone-free days”: An aid to rediscovering familial harmony

We at Family and media often propose analyses, research done on the media, on the world of communications in general, and on the family. We like to report data with context, so as to offer tools for discerning, interpreting, and building better relationships with others (especially within the family), while also taking into account our use of technology. Now, if Continue Reading




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Audio-visual consumption and reading habits of young people.


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Teen Usage of new and old media: formation & family.


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Giovanni Paolo II e la paternità


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Famiglia e mezzi di comunicazione sociale
VI Incontro Mondiale della Famiglia.


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La famiglia nei mezzi di comunicazione: Evangelizzazione ed evangelizzatori


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Messaggio del Santo Padre Francesco per la XLIX Giornata Mondiale delle Comunicazioni Sociali.


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L'amore che porta nuova vita nel mondo – Il Rabbino Sacks sull'istituzione del matrimonio.


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