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Shanahan, James; Morgan, Michael – Journal of Educational Television, 1992
Examines results of surveys of secondary school students in Argentina, Taiwan, South Korea, China, and the United States regarding television use. Issues addressed include broadcasting schedules, amount of viewing, social and family contexts of viewing, relationships with parents, and parental attitudes. Cross-cultural patterns and implications…
Descriptors: Adolescents, Correlation, Cross Cultural Studies, Educational Television
Hur, Kenneth Kyoon; Robinson, John P. – 1978
To compare American and English audience attitudes after viewing the television production of "Roots," a study was devised whereby sample groups from both countries were surveyed regarding their perceptions of program content and its historical accuracy, their judgments regarding the show's portrayal of slavery, and their personal racial…
Descriptors: Black History, Blacks, Commercial Television, Cross Cultural Studies
Johnson, Nicholas – Federal Communications Commission Reports, 1973
This report represents the final attempt by outgoing Commissioner Nicholas Johnson to draw attention to the Federal Communications Commission's (FCC) automatic renewal of licensees guilty of substandard performance. The report analyzes the performance of network affiliates in the top 50 television markets with respect to programing, female and…
Descriptors: Broadcast Industry, Certification, Citizen Participation, Commercial Television