A comparative study of the family recreational activities before and after television
White, Walter Patrick
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There have been many contrasting statements as to the helpful or destructive force television has on many families, but, because television is in its infant stages, sufficient research is lacking to produce conclusive evidence. This investigation is an attempt to discover the various forms of recreational activities in which the family participated before television and to find out whether or not the family participation in activities is less, just as much, or more after television.
Thesis (Ed.M.)--Boston University
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