Combines survey measurements with recorded observations of viewing behaviour, experimental studies of remote control use, and historical and critical analyses. Examples include: gender differences in its use; and family communication and parental control of the device.tration exceeded 80 percent of television households, cable does not represent the most important factor in total RCD ... The first universal remotes required users to program them by, for example, lining up and aiming a devicea#39;s specificanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Remote Control in the New Age of Television|
|Author||:||James Robert Walker, Robert V. Bellamy|
|Publisher||:||Praeger Publishers - 1993-01-01|