The Fruits of Cultivation Analysis: A Reexamination of Some Effects of Television Watching

@article{Hughes1980TheFO,
  title={The Fruits of Cultivation Analysis: A Reexamination of Some Effects of Television Watching},
  author={M. Hughes},
  journal={Public Opinion Quarterly},
  year={1980},
  volume={44},
  pages={287-302}
}
  • M. Hughes
  • Published 1980
  • Sociology
  • Public Opinion Quarterly
  • A set of items from the General Social Survey for 1975 and 1977 measuring alienation and fear of walking near one's home at night, which were claimed by Gerbner et al. (1978a) to be related to heavy television watching, are reanalyzed with simultaneous controls for age, sex, race, income, education, hours worked per week outside the home, church attendance, membership in voluntary associations, and population size. The effects of television watching on responses to these items which were… CONTINUE READING
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