Understanding Television: An Exploratory Inquiry into the Reconstruction of Narrative Content
ECTAJTRD Volume 31, Number 4, ISSN 0148-5806
Examines the claim that television does not actively involve the viewer cognitively in ways usually associated with mature information processing. Study is described that suggests active and differential processing of television information by viewers and an increase in the level of sophistication in understanding the medium. Twenty-six references are listed. (Author/MBR)
Krendl, K.A. & Watkins, B. (1983). Understanding Television: An Exploratory Inquiry into the Reconstruction of Narrative Content. Educational Communication and Technology: A Journal of Theory, Research, and Development, 31(4), 201.
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