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Individuation and television coviewing in the family: Developmental trends in the viewing behavior of adolescents

Sang, F. and Schmitz, B. and Tasche, K. :
Individuation and television coviewing in the family: Developmental trends in the viewing behavior of adolescents.
In: Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media, 36 pp. 427-441.
[Article] , (1992)

Abstract

This study tests the validity of two competing models of family coviewing. Trajectories of daily television viewing measured with people meters over a 3‐year period were analyzed using time‐series methods. The findings show that current models of coviewing are in need of refinement. The proposed expansion by a longitudinal perspective allows for differential predictions about age‐related trends in adolescent viewing behavior in relation to parental coviewing patterns.

Item Type: Article
Erschienen: 1992
Creators: Sang, F. and Schmitz, B. and Tasche, K.
Title: Individuation and television coviewing in the family: Developmental trends in the viewing behavior of adolescents
Language: English
Abstract:

This study tests the validity of two competing models of family coviewing. Trajectories of daily television viewing measured with people meters over a 3‐year period were analyzed using time‐series methods. The findings show that current models of coviewing are in need of refinement. The proposed expansion by a longitudinal perspective allows for differential predictions about age‐related trends in adolescent viewing behavior in relation to parental coviewing patterns.

Journal or Publication Title: Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media
Volume: 36
Divisions: 03 Department Human Sciences > Institute for Psychology
03 Department Human Sciences
Date Deposited: 21 Feb 2012 14:43
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