Corpus ID: 195783070

Children’s Perceptions of Gender Images in Indian Television Cartoons

@inproceedings{Jaggi2017ChildrensPO,
  title={Children’s Perceptions of Gender Images in Indian Television Cartoons},
  author={R. Jaggi},
  year={2017}
}
India is the second largest television market in the world after China and the kids’ genre has a high viewership share. However, there is severe dearth of active discussion on the ideology of television content for children. The objective of this study was to mainstream the discussion on the role of television cartoons in perpetuating gender stereotypes in the Indian context. 51 children between 4 to 14 years of age were interviewed on topics including their television viewing habits… Expand

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