Analysis of the Australian data from the Cartoon Network's New GenerAsians survey: Presentation made in conjunction with the Sydney release of data from the 12 Asian nation study of youth attitudes, perceptions and behaviours at the Regent Hotel, Sydney, 4th August, 1998

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Bridgman, Geoff
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1998-08
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New GenerAsians
Australian children
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Bridgman, G. (1998, August). Analysis of the Australian data from the Cartoon Network's New GenerAsians survey: Presentation made in conjunction with the Sydney release of data from the 12 Asian nation study of youth attitudes, perceptions and behaviours at the Regent Hotel, Sydney, 4th August, 1998. [Unpublished research presentation].
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Are Australian children unique or are they similar to other children in Asia? In my short review of the truly massive amount of data collected in the Cartoon Networks New GenerAsians survey, I can only touch upon, in a speculative manner some of the interesting findings. These include the importance placed on friendship by Australian children and how that may diminish other institutions like home and school, their belief in importance of individuality, their high access to electronic media, and how this competes with TV. Also there are interesting age and gender patterns.
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