I don't watch TV to like learn anything: The Leisure Use of TV and the Internet
AbstractThis paper is an analysis of how Norwegians use television and the Internet in their leisure time. It sets up a taxonomy using the degree of engagement in the mediated information on one axis and the degree of sociability on the other. Within this matrix one can examine the similarities and differences between the two media and also differences between the generations. The analysis is based on 15 in-home interviews with Oslo-based families.
How to Cite
Ling, R., & Thrane, K. (2002). I don’t watch TV to like learn anything: The Leisure Use of TV and the Internet. First Monday, 7(1). https://doi.org/10.5210/fm.v7i1.921
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