Too Much Telly for the Kids?

Cogley, John
May 1961
New Republic;5/1/61, Vol. 144 Issue 18, p20
Offers a look at the effect of TV viewing on children based on a British study "Television and the Child," sponsored by the Nuffield Foundation and produced by Hilda Himmelweit, A. N. Oppenheim and Pamela Vance. Methodology used; Viewing pattern of children studied; Correlation between a child's intelligence and TV viewing; Educational benefit of TV; Value-formation function of TV.


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