Gender and racial representation in children’s television programming in Kuwait: Implications for education

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Ali J. Al-Shehab
Cite this article:  Al-Shehab, A. (2008). Gender and racial representation in children’s television programming in Kuwait: Implications for education. Social Behavior and Personality: An international journal, 36(1), 49-64.


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An examination was carried out of television programs made for children and also television programs that involved children, regardless of their intended audience. The aim of the study was to determine the effects of these programs in terms of gender and race representations and stereotypes. A content analysis was run on segments from two television channels, the Kuwait national channel and the Egyptian satellite channel. Findings are given and discussed against a rich background of research in this area, and conclusions and implications for education are presented.

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