Children's SES and Perceptions of Television Wealth
For many children, particularly lower SES children, television serves as a major source of information about money and wealth. This study examines the relationship among a child's SES, viewing habits, and perception of wealth as portrayed on television. Significant relationships among the three factors were discovered, and their possible implications are discussed.
Recommended CitationBaran, Stanley J., "Children's SES and Perceptions of Television Wealth" (1974). Communication Journal Articles. Paper 26.
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