Triplett, William
June 2007
Daily Variety;6/20/2007, Vol. 295 Issue 56, p4
Trade Publication
The article focuses on a media survey conducted by Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation about parents' concerns on the inappropriate content of media in the U.S. The survey included 1,008 parents and it reflected contradictory results for despite the overall concern, most parents still believe that their children are not exposed to a lot of inappropriate content in the media. Meanwhile, pediatrician Victor Strasburger related that the results merely reflected that parents are fooling themselves.


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