Action for children's television: kids for sale

United States, 1979

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Provides an analysis of some of the critical issues concerning children and television. Examines the role of broadcasters and advertisers, with particular reference to the types of programs selected for transmission and the nature of the commercials shown. Finally, viewers are challenged to take an active role in improving children’s television. Suitable for upper secondary, tertiary and teacher levesl.

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