Parents, Children and the Television Ratings System: Two Kaiser Family Foundation Surveys
The television ratings system was designed to help address concerns about television content by giving parents assistance in monitoring what their children watch. This survey asks parents and children about their knowledge, opinions and use of the TV ratings system. 446 children ages 10-17 were also interviewed. The survey was conducted for the Foundation by Princeton Survey Research Associates.
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