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ERIC Number: EJ177262
Record Type: CIJE
Publication Date: 1978
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The Effects of Nonsexist Television Commercials and Perceptions of Reality on Children's Attitudes About Women
Pingree, Suzanne
Psychology of Women Quarterly, 2, 3, 262-76, Spr 78
To test the hypothesis that television content can teach sex-typed attitudes, this study presented third and eighth graders with television commercials showing either traditional or nontraditional women. Crossing this manipulation, the children's perceptions of the reality of the commercials were altered with instructions. (Author)
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