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Blinco, Priscilla N. – 1988
Educational television is used in Japan at the early childhood, elementary, and secondary education levels. Educational broadcasting is provided by the public broadcasting company, NHK (Nippon Hoso Kyokai) and various commercial broadcasting companies. Instructional aids are produced by either NHK or one of the commercial companies, and there is…
Descriptors: Audiovisual Aids, Early Childhood Education, Educational Television, Elementary Secondary Education
Furu, Takeo – 1971
A study was devised to investigate the function of television (TV) in children's leisure time. Subjects were 3000 school children in a suburban area of Tokyo. From the children's responses to questionnaires, they were separated into TV-type (heavy TV viewers and light print media users) and print-type (light TV viewers and heavy print media users)…
Descriptors: Academic Achievement, Children, Commercial Television, Knowledge Level
Japan Broadcasting Co., Tokyo – 1969
Japan's educational television and radio network, NHK, conducted surveys and studies on the use and effects of its programs from 1960-68. The major surveys, each of which is summarized in this booklet, cover four categories: the utilization of educational programs, analysis and evaluation of selected programs, the effect of educational programs,…
Descriptors: Attitude Change, Attitudes, Audiovisual Aids, Concept Formation
Takeshima, Y.; And Others – 1971
A survey was made in 1967 concerning children's viewing of television in Shizuoka, Japan. Although this survey was a follow-up to one made from 1957 through 1959, no comparisons are made between the two in this booklet. Third, fifth, and seventh graders, preschool children, and mothers of children in school were asked about: how they spent their…
Descriptors: Audiences, Childhood Attitudes, Children, Discipline
Sakamoto, Takashi – Prospects: Quarterly Review of Education, 1982
Discusses research which investigated the television viewing habits of Japanese children, ages one to five years, and television's effects on their behavior. Popular types of educational programs and their use in nursery schools and kindergartens are described. Teachers and other adults are responsible for maximizing the educational value of…
Descriptors: Adults, Comparative Education, Educational Practices, Educational Research
Japan Broadcasting Co., Tokyo – 1976
Nippon Hoso Kyokai (NHK), the Japanese Broadcasting Corporation, operates two public television, two medium wave radio and one VHF-FM public radio networks. NHK derives its support from receiver fees. Under the 1950 Broadcast Law which established NHK as a public broadcasting organization the Prime Minister appoints NHK's Board of Governors and…
Descriptors: Annual Reports, Audiences, Broadcast Industry, Educational Radio