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Television and human behavior / by George Comstock [and others], with the assistance of Thomas Bowers [and others].

New York : Columbia University Press, 1978.
ISBN 0231044216, 0231044208

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George Washington
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George Mason
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Georgetown Law
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Social Work Library
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Marymount Main stacks
HE8700.8 .T269 1978 Available Request
Other Authors Comstock, George A.
Subjects Child Behavior.
Social Behavior.
Television -- Psychological aspects.
Television and children.
Television broadcasting -- Social aspects -- United States.
Television broadcasting -- Social aspects.
Télédiffusion -- Aspect social -- États-Unis.
Télévision -- Aspect psychologique.
Télévision et enfants.
United States.
Description xviii, 581 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Copyright Date 1978.
Notes Includes indexes.
Includes bibliographical references (pages 511-558).
Summary Studies the impact of television on viewers' habits, activities, and attitudes, examining patterns of viewing, concepts that television imposes on public consciousness, and effects on children, blacks, and the poor.
Contents Overview -- What's on -- The audience -- Living with television -- One highly attracted public -- Four highly attracted publics -- Politics and purchases -- The psychology of behavioral effects -- The future.
Geographic Area United States
Network Numbers (OCoLC)3843587
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat


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