Just Say No: Dr Richard I. Evans Efforts to Influence Juvenile Behaviour through US Public Health Programming
- MedicineVIEW Journal of European Television History and Culture
The place health-focused programming held in the United States’ educational television landscape and the role of Dr Richard I. Evans, social-psychology researcher, who sought to use television to influence the behaviours of youths engaging in “risky” activities are examined.
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