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Educational Leadership, Research and Technology
The purpose of his study is to examine how Malaysian parents mediate their children's television viewing habits. This study looks at four types of mediation which are instructive, restrictive, social co-viewing and unstructured mediation. Data collection includes participants completing a daily diary over a one week period on how they mediate their children's television viewing and a one-on-one semi-structured interviews with each of the participant through web cam. In descending order the themes that were found to be the most important are religion, television is educational, parents advise children through television and television is used for families to get together.
WMU ScholarWorks Citation
Kamarudin, Diyana, "Parental Mediation on Children's Television Viewing in Malaysia" (2015). Research and Creative Activities Poster Day. 161.
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