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SHEPHERD, JOHN R. – 1961
INFORMATION WAS OBTAINED CONCERNING HOW ONE GROUP OF PEOPLE (CABLE USERS) MAKE USE OF EDUCATIONAL TELEVISION. THE READER IS REFERRED TO THE PUBLICATION "EDUCATIONAL TELEVISION PROJECT--PRELIMINARY REPORT NUMBER ONE" FOR PARTICULARS ON THE VARIOUS INSTRUMENTS USED IN THE MAJOR STUDY. SCORING CATEGORIES USED IN SELECTING INDIVIDUALS FOR…
Descriptors: Attitudes, Broadcast Television, Community Education, Cultural Education
MEISSNER, MARTIN – 1961
THE SPECIFIC PROBLEM OF THIS REPORT WAS TO EXPLORE THE INSTANCE OF MEASUREMENT ERROR ASSOCIATED WITH COMMONLY USED MEASURES OF EDUCATIONAL TELEVISION (ETV) CONSUMPTION BY VIEWERS. THE AMOUNT OF RESPONDENT MISREPRESENTATION THAT MAY BE INVOLVED IN THE USE OF A PARTICULAR MEASUREMENT TECHNIQUE AND THE REASONS WHY IT OCCURS WERE STUDIED. IN ORDER TO…
Descriptors: Broadcast Television, Community Education, Cultural Enrichment, Cultural Influences
KELMAN, ALFRED R. – 1962
THE BROAD STRUCTURE OF STUDIES IN THE USE OF EDUCATIONAL TELEVISION FOR MEETING THE GROWING NEEDS OF JUNIOR COLLEGE PROGRAMS IN THE STATE OF OREGON WAS DESCRIBED. THE TELEVISION COURSE OUTLINE WAS DESCRIBED AND REASONS GIVEN FOR STUDENT ENROLLMENT IN THE COLLEGE OF THE AIR PROGRAM. AN INDEPENDENT PROGRAM OF HIGHER EDUCATION THROUGH INSTRUCTIONAL…
Descriptors: Educational Needs, Educational Television, Evening Programs, Extension Education
GOLDSTEIN, MARSHALL N.; AND OTHERS – 1960
A TOTAL OF 1,024 INTERVIEWS WITH TELEVISION CABLE USERS IN EUGENE, OREGON, WERE CONDUCTED TO INVESTIGATE THE NATURE AND SOURCES OF RESISTANCE TO THE USE OF EDUCATIONAL TELEVISION. THIS REPORT PRESENTED AN INTRODUCTION TO THE SUBJECT. THE INVESTIGATORS CONCLUDED THAT THE PERSON LEAST RESISTANT TO EDUCATIONAL TELEVISION COULD BE DESCRIBED AS…
Descriptors: Broadcast Television, Educational Television, Interviews, Surveys
GOLDSTEIN, MARSHALL N.; SHEPHERD, JOHN R. – 1963
SEVERAL EXPERIMENTAL AND CONTROL GROUPS OF TELEVISION USERS WERE SELECTED TO RECEIVE FORMS OF MAILED STIMULI, INCLUDING SEVERAL FORMS OF PROGRAM INFORMATION SOURCES, PLUS A SERIES OF PERSONAL LETTERS URGING THE VIEWER TO USE EDUCATIONAL TELEVISION. FINDINGS SHOWED THAT THE PROMOTION OF EDUCATIONAL TELEVISION VIEWING, REGARDLESS OF THE THEMATIC…
Descriptors: Broadcast Television, Educational Television, Opinions, Program Evaluation