Studied the interactions among TV program interests, sociodemographic and political characteristics, general life satisfaction, and amount of TV viewing time. Human subjects: 956 normal male and female German adolescents and adults (15 yrs and over). Ss completed interviews and were classified into TV viewer types on the basis of their responses. Analysis of covariance (ANCOVA) was used to determine interactions among viewer type, life satisfaction, and daily viewing time. (French & German abstracts)
Espe, H., &Seiwert, M. (1987). Television viewing types, general life satisfaction, and viewing amount: An empirical study in West Germany. Communications, 13(2), 95-110.