George A. Comstock
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Context Do new ex vivo interferon- release assays (IGRAs) detect latent tuberculosis (TB) more accurately than tuberculin skin tests (TSTs)? Contribution This meta-analysis of 59 studies found that… Continue Reading
A meta-analysis is performed on studies pertaining to the effect of television violence on aggressive behavior. Partitioning by research design, viewer attributes, treatment and exposure variables,… Continue Reading
The Experience. Time. Scholastic Achievement. Knowledge, Beliefs, And Perceptions. Advertising. Behavior. Knowledge for What? References.
This new work summarizes the research on all forms of media on children, looking at how much time they spend with media everyday, television programming and its impact on children, how advertising… Continue Reading
This is a concise, readable, and informative analysis of the influence of television on the habits and manners of the American television public. Bringing together three schools of thought -… Continue Reading
VioLit summary: OBJECTIVE: The intent of this article by Constock and Strasburger was to identify the effects of televised violence on adolescents. METHODOLOGY: The authors employed a… Continue Reading
“The issues that are raised by ethnic status are not exclusive to ethnicity but represent circumstances much wider in occurrence that appear more often among ethnic minorities.”
The Industry and the Audience: Three Eras. The Main Means. Assembled to Monitor. Manufacturing the World: Decisions, Stories, and Viewers. The Political Medium. Public Thought and Action. Of Time and… Continue Reading