Japanese communication studies of the 1970s: bibliographic abstracts of studies published only in Japanese

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Published for the East-West Center by the University of Hawaii Press, 1986 - Social Science - 251 pages
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Contents

Introduction
1
Communication and Development
9
Communication in Communities
19
The Communication Behavior of Japanese People
29
A Case Study on the Communication Structure
34
The History and Present State of Korean
48
Uses and Gratifications in the Process
63
Current Lifestyles of University
71
Audience Viewing Patterns for TV Drama
173
Types of TV Audience by Program Category
175
Uses and Gratifications of Audience Participation Programs on TV
176
Audience Attributes and TV Program Preferences
179
Television and People in Osaka
180
The Personal Environment Surrounding TV Exposure
183
Communication Characteristics of the Japanese
185
The Relationship between TV Exposure and Childrens Academic Achievement
189

Newspapers and Journalism
86
Content Analysis of Press Reporting of
101
Content Analysis of Newspaper Coverage Related
106
Analysis of Newspaper Columns on TV and Radio
119
Characteristics of Local Sports Newspapers
132
Typology of Newspaper Journalists Radio
142
Radio Listening of Motorists
145
Radio listening of Senior High School Students
146
Uses of Radio
148
Why the Elderly in Japan View TV
151
TV and Elderly People
152
Peoples TV Program Preferences
154
Housewives as TV Audience
155
TV Drama and Women
157
The Portrayal of Women in TV Dramas
159
How Do Housewives Feel about TV Entertainment?
162
Morning TV Viewers
165
The Evening TV Audience
166
Peoples Preferences for TV Programs and Their Daily Interests
168
TV Behavior of Japanese Agricultural Dairy and Fishery Families
170
Audience Preevaluations of TV Programs
172
Peer Leadership and Childrens TV Behavior
190
TV Uses and Gratifications for Children
192
Attitudes of Young People toward TV
195
Childrens Daily Life and Television
197
TVs Influence on Children
199
Effects of Educational TV Programs on Classroom Teaching
202
Changes in the Uses of Educational Broadcasting Programs in Schools 1950 to 1979
204
Relationships between TV Viewing and Students Academic Achievement
206
Factors Affecting the Use of Educational TV Programs in Schools
208
The Role of Educational Programs for English Studies in Junior and Senior High Schools
210
A Study of Dropouts from Educational TV Programs
213
The Use of TV in Adult Education Classes
215
Attitudes of People Participating in Adult Learning Programs Using Educational TV and Radio Programs
216
Use of Broadcasting in Special Education Programs for the Handicapped
218
News and Educational Functions of NHK TV
221
Motivations for Listening to TV or Radio Broadcasts of Candidates Political Opinions
223
Peoples Viewing of TV Programs Relating to the 1980 General Election
226
Appendix
237
Sources
243
Subject Index
251
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