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Lumby, Catharine
October 2001
Bulletin with Newsweek;10/30/2001, Vol. 119 Issue 6299, p37
Reports on the results of a study conducted by a University of South Australia professor which reveals the negative impact of television on children's education and personality development. Average television viewing time of Australian children; Negative impact of TV watching on children's participation in organized sports.


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