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Rebecca A. Dore; Kelly Purtell; Laura M. Justice
This study examines the media use of children from low-income homes during school closings during the COVID-19 pandemic. Caregivers of 151 kindergarteners from low-income homes completed questionnaires as part of a larger study. Caregivers reported how much time children spent watching television/videos and using apps on the most recent weekday and weekend days. Caregivers also reported how their child's current use of media for several different purposes compared with how much the child usually uses media for that purpose.
Baoqi Sun; Chin Ee Loh; Youyan Nie
Abdulaziz Mansoor Al Raimi; Chan Mei Chong; Li Yoong Tang (et al.)
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