The Gender-Role Content of Children's Favorite Television Programs and Its Links to Their Gender-Related Perceptions

@article{Aubrey2004TheGC,
  title={The Gender-Role Content of Children's Favorite Television Programs and Its Links to Their Gender-Related Perceptions},
  author={J. Aubrey and K. Harrison},
  journal={Media Psychology},
  year={2004},
  volume={6},
  pages={111 - 146}
}
  • J. Aubrey, K. Harrison
  • Published 2004
  • Psychology
  • Media Psychology
  • Two studies were conducted to (a) examine the gender-role stereotypical, counterstereotypical, and gender-neutral messages contained in a sample of first- and second-grade children's favorite television programs; and (b) to link the results of the content analysis to the children's gender-role values and interpersonal attraction to same- and opposite-gender television characters while the content analysis showed that there was a great deal of gender neutrality in the programs the children… CONTINUE READING
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