An investigation into attitude toward television among children
This study was conducted to find out the effect of amusing and entertaining programs on time spent watching TV amongst children. The research was done through data was collected from 96 cases (38 male and 58 female, mean age = 11.15, SD = .562 years) with measures of gender, age, time spent watching TV; amusing and entertaining. Overall, the result shows that there were an obvious effect of the last factors
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