Expanding the Choices for Television Viewing

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University Press of America
Media studies, Television & Video, Current Events / Mass Media, Technology & Industrial
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ISBN 100819158380
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INTRODUCTION. Today's young children are exposed to an abundance of sedentary activities.[] The most studied sedentary behavior is television (TV) viewing including TV and movie watching, followed by using the computer, and playing video games.[] Since the introduction of TV in the s, it has remained as an important part of family life, especially in families with children, even Cited by: 3.

People o too, are grossly underrepresented on television. Corre- 5 spondingly, heavy-viewing Annenberg respondents believe that the elderly are a vanishing breed, that they make up a smaller proportion of the population today than they did 20 years ago. In fact, they form the nation's most rapidly expanding age group.

Heavy viewers alsoFile Size: 4MB.ARTICLE Children’s Television Viewing and Cognitive Outcomes A Longitudinal Analysis of National Data Frederick J.

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Zimmerman, PhD; Dimitri A. Christakis, MD, MPH Objective: To test the independent effects of televi-sion viewing in children before age 3 years and at ages 3 to 5 years on several measures of cognitive outcomes at ages 6 and 7 by: Television viewing has been shown to be associated with obesity cross-sectionally 2–8 and in longitudinal data in many, 9–14 but not all, 15–17 studies.

Comprehensive literature reviews of these disparate results conclude that the association between television viewing and obesity is Cited by: