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Developmental trends in television coviewing of parent-child dyads

Sang, F. and Schmitz, B. and Tasche, K. (1993):
Developmental trends in television coviewing of parent-child dyads.
In: Journal of Youth and Adolescence, pp. 531-542, 22, [Article]

Abstract

In this study, long-term trends in joint parent-child television viewing are taken as prototype for developmental changes of the parent-child relationship during adolescence. To describe and compare trends of television coviewing in different configurations of family members, trajectories of daily television viewing, tmeasured with Nielsen-type people meters over a time period of three years, were analyzed using time series methods. The findings show the transferability of hypotheses about general developments in relations between the generations on coviewing behavior of adolescents aged 14–16 with their parents to predict differential declines in the four parent-child dyads.

Item Type: Article
Erschienen: 1993
Creators: Sang, F. and Schmitz, B. and Tasche, K.
Title: Developmental trends in television coviewing of parent-child dyads
Language: English
Abstract:

In this study, long-term trends in joint parent-child television viewing are taken as prototype for developmental changes of the parent-child relationship during adolescence. To describe and compare trends of television coviewing in different configurations of family members, trajectories of daily television viewing, tmeasured with Nielsen-type people meters over a time period of three years, were analyzed using time series methods. The findings show the transferability of hypotheses about general developments in relations between the generations on coviewing behavior of adolescents aged 14–16 with their parents to predict differential declines in the four parent-child dyads.

Journal or Publication Title: Journal of Youth and Adolescence
Volume: 22
Divisions: 03 Department of Human Sciences > Institute for Psychology
03 Department of Human Sciences
Date Deposited: 21 Feb 2012 14:47
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