Television and Children

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Television and Children

Commentary: Television, Children's Health and Safety Behavior, and Pediatric Psychology

Children's Television Programs in China: A Discourse of Success and Modernity

Parental Concern About Television Viewing and Children's Advertising in China

Postgate, (Richard) Oliver (1925–2008), children's television writer and producer

Stephen Kline, Out of the Garden: Toys and Children's Culture in the Age of TV Marketing; David Buckingham, Moving Images: Understanding Children's Emotional Responses to Television

The Influence of Television, Video Games, and the Internet on Children’s Creativity

When the Sun Sings Science, Are Children Left in the Dark? Representations of Science in Children’s Television and Their Effects on Children’s Learning

Brief Report: Television Viewing and Risk for Attention Problems in Preschool Children

A Content Analysis of Safety Behaviors of Television Characters: Implications for Children's Safety and Injury

Persuasive food marketing to children: use of cartoons and competitions in Australian commercial television advertisements

Television food advertising in Singapore: the nature and extent of children's exposure

And what might our children become? Future visions, governance and the child television audience in postwar Britain

Robert W. Morrow. Sesame Street and the Reform of Children's Television. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press. 2006. Pp. xii, 226. $50.00

Children's physical activity, TV watching and obesity in Cyprus: the CYKIDS study

A National Longitudinal Study of the Association Between Hours of TV Viewing and the Trajectory of BMI Growth Among US Children

Rotavirus G Serotypes and P[],G Genotypes Identified in Cases of Reinfection Among Children Participating in a Trial with Rhesus‐human Reassortant Tetravalent Vaccine (RRV‐TV) in Belém, Brazil


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Television is accepted today as a vibrant medium for education, entertainment, and advertising. Although it is popular with all age groups, it is considered to appeal particularly to children. It ...

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