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Kids mimic what their parents do — and a new study on TV-viewing habits proves just that.

Research published July 15 in Pediatrics shows that the amount of time parents watch TV is connected to how much TV their children watch, even more so than the location of the TV in the home or the family’s rules for television watching. The American Academy of Pediatrics suggests that children and teens should only be allowed to use “high-quality” entertainment media for one to two hours per day. In addition, the house should have “screen-free” zones like the children’s bedroom, where there are no TVs, computer games or video games. The TV should be turned off during dinner, the academy adds.

Each hour of TV viewed by the parents was linked to an additional half hour of viewing time for children. Children whose parents watched more than the average also watched more compared to kids whose parents stuck to the four hours daily.

Parents’ TV time had a stronger association to how much time children watched television compared to house rules on time limits, whether the children had a TV in the bedroom and whether the family was watching together. Parents who restricted television time only were able to cut down viewing times for children who were in the 6 to 11-year-old age group. Adolescents watched about one more hour of TV than their parents thought they did, the results also showed.

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Australian Education 

Different cultures have different ideas on relationships and how they are viewed and acted out. For example love and romance are seen to be very important in the western cultures and marriages are based on this, however in non-western cultures, such as china, love and romance are less important. To Western cultures ‘falling in love’ is seen to be a vital part of growing up and Erikson (1968) believed that the establishment of an intimate relationship is an essential part of young adulthood which if unsuccessful can lead to social isolation.

A study which supported the fact that different cultures have their own ideas on relationships was carried out by Moore and Leung (2001) who compared 212 students, born and studying in Australia, with 106 students born in China but studying in Australia. They found that 61% of the Australian students were in relationships compared to only 38% of Chinese students. They also found that Australian males were more casual about relationships than Australian females whereas both Chinese males and females shoed similar levels of romance. This shows that there is a difference in the nature of relationships in different cultures as the Australian students and the Chinese students showed different results and different ideas on relationships.

This study however is lacking in population validity and can therefore not be generalised to everybody in other cultures. This is because it was carried out on a sample of all similar aged people of only two different cultures who were all living in Australia which is not a representative sample of the whole population causing the study to have low external validity.

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  • Although study shows Australians are more casual about relationships where as Chinese has different opinion on the same,relationship in a glance has different views among different cultures and also the study doesn’t seems to be a generalized one, hence it has low external validity.
    Hi Author, Could you please review it and give your feedback.
    Thanks

  • parents should be cautious of their kids TV watching time because they mimic what their parents do and parents should control kids time limit in watching TV by applying rules which should be applicable to whole family and those eventually will yield best results.

    • Although study shows Australians are more casual about relationships where as Chinese has different opinion on the same,relationship in a glance has different views among different cultures and also the study doesn’t seems to be a generalized one, hence it has low external validity.
      Hi Author, Could you please review it and give your feedback.
      Thanks

  • Although there is a limitation with regards to population validity, the study conducted on Australian and Chinese students studying in Australia revealed that people in different cultures might have their own perspectives on relationships, which also means the nature of relationships in different cultures can vary.

  • Study conducted on the relationship among the Australian and Chinese born students

    and it results not in same trend as they are from different culture eventhough

    staying at same location and this results are inevitable due to partial study.

  • Although study shows different cultures have different ideas on relationship, bet it western culture or non-western culture, however, lack of population and sample carried out for only similar age group represents to have low external validity.

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  • The study shows that the amount of time parent’s watch TV have a significant
    impact on the time their child’s spent in front of the TV screen and parents who spend more then average amount of time viewing TV have resulted in children spending more time watching TV, which is the prime cause of children’s watch more TV then recommended.

    Studies show that the idea of relationship is different between
    Australians and Chinese students because more Australian students
    believes in relationship and romance compared to their Chinese counterparts studying in Australia ;however, this study is only limited to the certain cultures and age group of students studying in Australia only.

    Author’s review will be highly appreciated “smiles”.

    Thank you

  • Dear beautiful people, and Author, please review 😀

    1. A study on TV viewing habits showed a link between children’s TV viewing time and their parents TV viewing time, which indicated that the amount of time children are allowed to watch TV should be limited by their parents.

    2. The study that was carried out by Moore and Leung in 2001 on the subject of the connection between cultures and relationships was deemed to have low validity.

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  • Research shows that number of factors contribute towards children habit of watching TV such as
    how much their parents spend time on watching TV , quality of program , family’s rules and non availability of screen -free zone ; however , parents habit of watching TV impacts the most as compared to other factors due to imitation habit of children.

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  • Research has shown that ideas about relationship differs according to cultural background of people.

    Could you please review this summary.

  • Hello Sir, please review and share your feedback:

    1) Pediatric study in July 15 indicates that children tend to watch TV more if time spent by their parent is beyond recommended duration. It has greater influence on children than other factors like placement of TV in personal room or restricted watch times. It suggests that, children should be allowed high-quality entertainment for maximum 2 hours in a day; however, results may vary in case of teenagers.

    2) A study by Moore and Leung, conducted on approximately 400 students born in Australia & China, showed that people from western culture are more casual towards their love relationship in comparison to non-western people. A majority of Australian males showed casual approach in relationship over their female counterparts whereas Chinese couples shared similar intensity of love bond. Since, it involved only two different societies among all the societies living in Australia, it was not considered as true in general due to lack of population validity.

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  • Children have the habit of following parents in every aspect they do, parents should maintain particular timing for the children to watch TV for an hour or two on daily basis, also parents has to avoid TV, video games or personal computers in children room; children should only be allowed to use “high definition” programs

  • Author, please review:

    A study conducted by Moore and Leung about relationships where the highest percentage of Australian students were in a relationship than Chinese students and also the western culture takes the relationship as an essential part of adulthood.

  • Kindly appreciate your review,
    1.)
    According to the recent study, children’s TV watching habit is linking with their parent’s TV watching habits, and the research suggests that parents should encourage them to view only the high-quality entertainment media that too only for few hours per day with limited access of entertainment devices.

    2.)
    According to the study carried out on local and Chinese students studying in Australia reveals that culture has a significant influence on the human relationships such as marriage, however, the result cannot be generalised due to the lack of population validity as it was conducted only on two different cultures.

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      • Hi Author,
        Can you please validate the summary for point 1

        Although the studies of American Academy of Pediatrics suggests that children should not be exposed to more than one to two hours of “high-quality” entertainment media per day, the real fact is that growing kids imitate parents leading more time watching televisions.

  • Parents’ TV time has directly associated with time children spent on watching television, hence there should be time limits and screen free zones for children in each home.

    Could you advice on this text?

  • A study which is supported the fact that different culture have their own ideas and relationship was carried and there is a difference in the nature of relation among various culture as both Australian and Chinese study illustrate different idea and relationship and also those who are loving in Australia us not representative of whole population causing the study to have external validity.

    please give some feedback

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  • A study conducted on a group of students of a different culture on their relationship showed interesting results, while love and romance is important for western culture whereas it is of least importance for non-western culture and also this study can’t be generalized as it
    is conducted on limited people.

  • Research study shows the parent tv viewing habits have influence on their children and it is directly proportional to how much time parents spend watching tv, whereas teenagers spent one hour more than their parents.

    Please review.

  • A recent study which has some constrains showed that love and romance play a pivotal role in case of relationship for western people, but has less impact for non-western cultures.

  • In a recent survey, conducted on same age group students from Australia and students who were studing in Australia says that various nature people have their own way of understanding the relation.

  • Pediatric research has found that the TV watching time of parents greatly influence the time their children spend in front of the TV because studies have shown that the factors including placement of TV in the house, allowing children to only watch “high-quality” contents and also restricting the time spent in front of TV for themselves as well plays a crucial role in setting some standards in the house.

    Can you please analyze the summary.Thanks!

    • It is astonishing to study the cultural differences in how romance is perceived by western and non-western countries, western cultures are more liberal on these in contrary to the non-western cultures, a study on the Australian and Chinese students carried out by Moore and Leung also asserted these differences.

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  • Love and romance have a great significance in western culture as compared with non western culture, a study was conducted that also shows the similar result but this can’t be generalized because people only from Australia and China were involved in study.

    Sir, please rate this summary.

  • Paediatric studies indicate that the Parent’s TV time has a strong impact on the children’s watch time than the other rules, making it essential to ensure that the kids are watching only “high-quality” for a limited duration.
    Please review.

  • Love and romance or “falling in love” plays a vital role in growing a relationship in case of a western culture, but it is less valuable in non-western cultures, for instance, China, because a study on certain number of students from China and Australia revealed the same theory as many Australians were more casual about relationship in comparison to Chinese.

  • A study was conducted between students from Australia and China studying in Australia by Moore and Leung to analyze the idea students have on relationships and in which percentage of Australian students were found be in more relationships compared to latter but as this included only sample of the population, this study turned out to be of low external validity.

  • Though cannot be generalised due to the population validity, a study conducted by Moore and Leung delineates that there is a difference in the nature of relationships in the different cultures because they have their own ideas and importance for relationships.

  • Research shows that the time spent by parents on watching TV has a paramount impact on their children’s watch and according to the American Academy of Paediatrics, children should be encouraged to watch high quality entertainment media for a limited time only.

    @Author:- please judge my summary, I am looking for 79+.

  • Dear Author, Kindly assess the below summary.

    A study carried out by Moore and Leung on Australian students shows that the perception of a relationship varies between cultures, but this study cannot generalize to every culture as it lacks the population validity because it was conducted only on Australian and Chinese born students.

  • The pediatric research indicates that the time parents spend on television is directly impacting the children, as they tend to watch comparably more, and hence it is mandatory to have control over the overall time of television entertainment than the location or homely rules for the children’s growth.

  • Though not 100% valid, the study conducted on the relationship among students from different cultures such as Australia and China provides information about the dissimilarities in intensity and gender-based outlook towards romance, where former considered it as inevitable than latter.

  • Hello Author,
    Please validate below texts,

    As per Moore and Leung study more students in Australia were in relationship than China students which shows that different cultures have different ideas, however, this study was carried out on a sample, so it is not applicable to whole population.

    Children follows the footprints of their parents, as per a study it is proved that kids are watching TV more time as their parents, so parents should allow their kids watching TV to very limited hours.

    Thnaks
    Sobhan Ch

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  • 1. A study in Pediatrics proves that the amount of time spend by children on watching TV is directly proportional to the time spend by parents on TV, also as per The American Academy of Pediatrics, juveniles should only be allowed to use “high-quality” entertainment and that too in association to house rule of time limits.

    Dear Author, Please provide your valuable feedback.

    • 2. A study carried out by Moore and Leung over the different cultures resulted in the fact that Australian students are more involved in relationships than the Chinese students studying in Australia; however, the study had low external validity.

      • Different cultures of the world are having different ideas on relationship, love and romance, furthermore, Moore and Leung carried out a study to show the difference in the nature of relationships in different cultures.

        author can you please check the summary

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    • The pediatrics research published recently for television viewing guidelines for the parents and children however to follow these restricted guidelines parents have to limit their television watching time to take care about their children’s and adolescents television watching time limits.

      • A study by Moore and Leung in 2001 depicts that love and romance among different community may have split understanding of relationships, however study requires enough data for validation and could not generalise the overall culture behaviour resulted in to low acceptance for validation.

  • According to Moore and Leung study on 212 students in Australia reveals that every culture has different opinion on relationship, for instance, people falling in love in adulthood is fine in Western Culture , but not in Chinese culture.

  • Research published by Pediatrics suggests that parents influence children on TV watching habits, however, recommends restricted entertainment media and “screen-free” zones in the house.

    A study conducted by Moore and Leung compared students from China and Australia and found that culture influences their relationship, however, the survey was not reliable as it was performed on a sample.

  • The study of relationships from the viewpoints of different cultures by Moore and Leung, is still considered insufficient to have validity as the study was conducted on only two different cultures living in Australia.

  • A new study shows that parents who have bad television-viewing habits do influence their children, and although there are some suggestions to control this including restricted viewing time, screen-free zones and high-quality entertainment, the results are still varied.

  • According to American Academy of Pediatrics report to restrict television viewing time in children, parents should cut down their time watching television, since it is directly proportional to the time spend by their children.

  • 1. According to American Academy of Pediatrics, the parent’s tv time is directly proportional to time children spend in front of tv regardless of house rules and restrictions.

    2. The specific study conducted by Moore and Leung for both Australian and Chinese students revealed that different culture has different nature, ideas about the relationship and is not reliable for everyone everywhere.

    Author kindly review the answer and provide the feedback.

    Thank you.

  • A research study was carried out by Moore and Leung in 2001 about comparing of two different cultures in their view of having a relationship in romance which showed similarities however it did not generally impacted to everybody’s culture because the lack of population in the study.

  • According to the American Academy of Pediatrics, the parents should set rules on watching television for children that they must have one to hours per day of watching and turned off during dinner and academy adds which also includes computer games or video games.

  • The different culture have an different idea and thinking upon relationship between two people; Moore and Leung did some research upon two countries students relationship and result was quite different and it is all depends on their mentality and cultural ethical value from different types of culture people.

  • 1.
    According to a study by American Academy of Pediatrics, the time spent by parents in watching TV was associated to the time spent by their children in front of the TV regardless of the house rules on time limits.
    2.
    According to a study, carried out to figure out different ideas on relationships resulted in the fact that Australian students are more involved in relationships than the Chinese students studying in Australia; however, the study had low external validity.

    Dear Author, Your feedback is really appreciated.

  • There is a correlation between number of hours children watch TV with amount of time parents watch and pediatrics recommend only high quality programs one to two hours per day for children as well as get rid of all screens away from children’s rooms.

  • Hi Author,

    Please rate my response and provide feedback.

    1) Children’s viewing hours of TV is directly associated with their parent’s viewing hours irrespective of location of TV and rules for watching where as parents restricted television time will cut down the viewing times for children as well and children should be allowed to view high quality entertainment for one to two hours per day.

    2) Love and Romance are considered differently in different cultures whereas they are believed to be an essential part in western cultures like Australia and not so important in non-western cultures like china and Australians are more casual about relationships but validity of this study is not widely accepted.

    Thanks.

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  • A study carried out by Moore and Leung who compared students, born and studying in Australia and in China, showed that there is a difference in the nature of relationships in different cultures; however, it is lacking in population validity and can therefore not be generalised to everybody in other cultures.

  • The American Academy of Pediatrics suggests that children and teens should only be allowed to use entertainment media for one to two hours per day; however, Parents’ TV time had a stronger association to how much time children watched television compared to house rules on time limits.

  • The passage focused on the impact of different cultures on people’ ideas on relationships, as it denoted that love and romance is not only more vital in Western, than, non-western nations but different research results on views on relationships are also shown between Chinese and Australian students; However; there was a lack of population validity due to unrepresented samples with similar aged people of only two different cultures in Australia.

  • The passage focused heavily on the impact of parents’ TV-viewing habits on their children, as it denoted that kids are not only affected by how much time their parents watching TV but the time they watch TV is also influenced by house rules on limiting time; However, the parents’ watching time are more closely related to the time their children watch TV than restricted home rules on TV time.

  • 1) The research reveals the fact that children’s who are spending time with television is entirly depends on how much time do parent’s watch; however, the idle time for kids to spend on TV would be not more than 2 hours a day; whereas teenagers can spend a litte longer than kids with television.

    2) The cultures always have a different views based upon a person where he belongs to and Moore did some research on this and came up with interesting findings; although love and romance exist in all culture but expressing those would make a huge difference based on their identity and validity.

  • Different cultures have various ideas about love and romance which determine the ability to fall in love and that was discussed by a study on a sample of Australian and Chinese males and females.

  • Parents’ TV time determines how much time children will watch TV compared to house rules on time limits and the presence of TV, video games and computers as they should not be found in places such as bedrooms according to American Academy of Pediatrics report.

  • A new study on watching TV has shown that children watch TV more than their parents do, but American Academy of Pediatrics recommends that children and juveniles should be restricted to high quality media for one to two hours daily.

  • @Auther Please if you could review my summarised text on Australian Education

    My Response:

    A study, conducted by Moore and Leung in 2001, suggested that different cultures have different ideas on relationships, which compared over 200 subjects from Australia and China of same age group, however, this research cannot be generalised as it includes only two different cultures with fewer people.

  • Dear Author, Your feedback is really appreciated.

    The study conducted by Moore and Leung by comparing 212 Australian born students with 106 Chinese nationals, those who are studying locally in Australia showed that each of these cultures has different ideas on relationships; however; we cannot come to a conclusion based on this generalized work that was derived from the two sets of people.

  • 1. Recent research has shown that the television viewing habits of children are directly related to that of their parents, irrespective of the location of television or any house rules regarding the time limits, and the American Academy of Pediatrics suggests that children and teens should be allowed to view only high-quality media for one to two hours per day.

    2. In 2001, Moore and Leung carried out a study supporting the fact that different cultures have different ideas on relationships and how they are viewed and acted out, but the outcome of the study could not be generalised because it was lacking in population validity since it was carried out on a sample of similar aged people belonging to only two different cultures.

  • The experiment conducted by Moore and Leung on different country people living in Australia on love and romance. And concluded that each culture has different opinion on relationship. finally this study is not completely revealed any conclusion on relationship due to lack of people participated in the experiment.

  • The amount of time kids watch TV is dependent on their parents spending time for watching TV and parents have to keep restriction on TV watching trimmings for for younger kids age 6 – 11 .

  • The relationship between culture and relationships inferred by a research conducted by Moore and Leung cannot be generalised because of a non – representative sample.

  • Western culture priorities love and romance which is different in non-western culture and this has been found in a study of small sample of similar aged people in Australia where 106 Chinese and 212 Australian students were studied.

  • Research at American Academy of Pediatrics shows that parents TV time is directly proportional to the time spend by kids and even in strict regulations only young kids were able to follow the screen time rules, however, parents should have screen free areas at home and should only allow kids to watch TV for 2 hours daily.

  • Researchers tired to prove that people from different cultures have different relationship views but this statement cannot be generalized just by observing few people from China and Australia.

  • Australian Education:

    The writing is about the cultures and their influence on the relationships across western and non-western countries where it also briefs about the study conducted by Moore and Leung on opinions about relationships with the sample of Chinese students studying in Australia and Australian students studying in Australia.

    Hi,
    please evaluate and let me know the score.

    Thanks

  • The idea of the relationship varies with the culture and this fact was supported by a study conducted by More and Leung but it could not be generalized due to the lack of population validity.

  • Research shows that the TV viewing habits of the children are influenced by that of their parents and it is recommended to restrict children to watch “High-quality” entertainment for just one to two hrs per day.

  • A new study conducted by Moore and Leung (2001) on chinese and Australian students and had showed different results in both countries where they have their own ideas on
    relationships and culture.

    Please review and give score. My exam is on 27th Nov

  • Although, a research was carried out by Moore and Leung in year 2001, by comparing students born and studying in Australia with students born in China but studying in china based different cultures and ideas on relationships on, but the study lacks population and low external validities and cannot be generalised.

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      • Although, different cultures have different ideas on relationships and how they are viewed and the recent study by Moore and Leung (2001)supported the fact but the study lacked population validity and cannot be generalised.

  • In the recent study on Television-viewing habit in Pediatrics, it shows that the amount of time parents spend watching Television amounts the same time children and juveniles spend viewing Television because kids generally mimic what their parents do.

  • Author – Please advise on the below.

    The research conducted by Moore and Leung by comparing 212 students studying in Australia with 106 of them being Chinese revealed that every culture has it owns ideas on relationships with love and romance being the core of western culture compared to non western culture, However, this idea could not be generalized as it lacks participation from all cultural population.

  • The study about the fact of Different cultures have different ideas on relationships was examined between 2 groups of student with different cultures that the result was that love is the imperative part of western marriage in comparing with non- western also should be added that this study is not valid due to low population in sample.

    please check my answer, thanks.

  • A study which was carried out by Moore and Leung in 2011 on 212 students, supported the fact that different cultures have their own ideas on relationships which is, however, can not be generalised since it was carried out on a sample of all similar aged people of only two different cultures and therefore is having low external validity.

  • Relationships are viewed differently in different cultures and supporting this, Moore and Leung in 2001 conducted a survey, having a sample of 212 students, with 106 Chinese students in Australia and the results showed majority of Australians and only 38% of Chinese students were in relationship and in comparison, both Australian and Chinese students showed different approach on relationships, but due to small sample size and study of only two cultures provided least appreciation.

    Author,
    Please comment on the Quality

  • The research of The American Academy of Pediatrics reveals that every hour of TV watching spent by parents is connected to extra half hour of TV viewing by children and it also showed that parents were only able to restrict certain age group from 6 to 11 years old from TV time, furthermore, it suggests that Kids are allowed to watch for not more than two hours and their rooms should by screen free zone.

  • Moore and Leung conducted study which showed that students born in west are more inclined to love and romance compared to those who were born in non-westren culture, they agreed that these results cannot be generalized as it was conducted on small number of students and compared only two cultures.

  • Pediatrics conducted research and found that that TV viewing time of parents and children is directly proportional, they suggested that teen should be allowed to use “high quality” entertainment for one to two hours per day, they should have screen-free zones and TV must be off during family or productive time, this research showed that parents were able to restrict time for children who were in the 6 to 11 year but for adolescents viewing time was one hour more than their parents.

    Admin please comment. is it too long?

  • There is dissimilarity in relationships due to the difference in cultures, which is clear in the result of study has been performed in Australia between adolescents are born and study in Australia and Chinese students born in China and study in Australia; Although the result shows a clear difference, we could not generalize it to the public in other cultures because of the only two different cutlers and they are in the same age.

  • A study by Moore and Leung showed that different cultures hold different views on relationships-for instance,love romance and intimacy are considered to be vital part of growing up in Western culture but not in non Western culture-however, theory can not be generalised as it included only Chinese and Australian students of same age group as sample study.
    Please review author!!

  • A study -to prove that kids ape parents -on TV viewing habits not only reveals that children should be exposed to high-quality cinema but also shows that the amount of time spent by parents on TV directly influences children as compared to time limit rules.
    Please review author!!

  • The given text talk about the association between parents and children’s TV viewing which is even more than family’s limitation in watching TV and the location of the TV in the home so that the result was that family’s rules about limitation TV viewing just response on 6 to 11 years old age group in addition if parents spent their time an hour on TV, their children will spend surely half hour more.

  • Relationships are viewed differently by cultures, a study was done on Australian and Chinese students and variances were discovered but this can not be pinned on all cultures since the study was merely done on two cultures.

  • A study has proven that the amount of time spend on TV by parents is directly related to the total amount of time their children spent on TV too, and it is the responsibility of parents to regulate TV time on their children.

  • A study about the importance of love and romance was conducted in Australia between two different cultures, however, it has failed to generalise results due to external validity.

  • A research finding on TV-viewing habits of kids showed that family rules and parent’s TV time habits are strongly associated to the amount of time kids watch TV.

  • TV viewing habits of the children are directly correlated to the TV viewing habits of parents and therefore, where parents restricts television time, children TV viewing time is also less, furthermore, a study recommends that there should be television free zones at home in order to minimize the time spent by children watching TV.

    Author Please review

  • The importance of relationship varies in different cultures and this is supported by a study that depicts that higher percentage of Australian students were in relationship as compared to Chinese people living in Australia, however, this study is not considered conclusive because small sample size of the students from similar age group was used to draw this conclusion.

    Author please review…

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  • The passage given above says about the research on TV viewing habits of kids who are influenced by their parents who spend a lot of time in front of all types of television or computer and also states the different precautionary methods like switching of the TV during dinner and creating a screen-free zone for the improved welfare of their children’s growth.

    The study on relationships carried out by Moore and Leung among young couples from Australia and China shows that the culture varies widely in these countries and the take on love marriages and being in relationship also seems to be very different, however, this research cannot be generalized as the study was based upon only two countries and not the entire world.

    -Author please validate the above two summarized paragraphs.

    • I have missed some words in the above passage and please find below the modified version of my summarized text.

      The passage given above says about the research on TV viewing habits of kids who are influenced by their parents who spend a lot of time in front of television or computer screens and also states the different precautionary methods to be taken by parents like switching of the TV during dinner and creating a screen-free zone for the improved welfare of their children’s growth.

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        – You have failed to address how kids Tv viewing is influenced by parents.
        – Rest seems fine

  • Different cultures have different idea on relationships,a study was conducted between students of Australian and china results have different opinion; however,which will not represent whole population causing low external validity.

  • The American Accademy of Pediatrics proved that, the amount of time parents watch TV is related to their children watch more than half hour then their parents and
    parents restricted television time only for 6 to 11 year age group whereas adolescents watch one more hour of tv then their parents.

  • According to a research of Moore & Leung, falling in love depends on different cultures followed by people of different countries, especially comparing Australians being western romantics and Chinese having a non-western outlook, although this study is not justifiable as it lacked population validity.

    Please review! Thanks

  • According to a research published by Pediatrics, parents should control their own TV time and must create screen free zones in the house as these factors directly affect children’s “high-quality” entertainment media viewing hours.

    Please review

  • Unlike non-western culture in western culture love and romance are to be considered as an indispensable attribute of growing up, which was proved by the research of Moore and Leung, however, research data cannot be generalised as sample data was based on very few people.

    Please review Author:

      • Different cultures have different ideas on relationships, which is proved by Moore and Leung, research as Australian males were more casual about relationship than females and Chinese both genders romance level was same, however, this research was conducted on few people so cannot be generalised.

        Author please review now:

  • Love and Romance play an important part in the western country compared to China, Study conducted on Australian and Chinese student makes it clear as Australian’s are casual in Relationship, But this cannot be generalised to all culture.

  • The importance of relationship varies in different cultures and this is supported by a study that depicts that higher percentage of Australian students were in relationship as compared to Chinese people living in Australia, however, this study is not considered conclusive because small sample size of the students from similar age group was used to draw this conclusion.

  • Love and romance are considered important in western cultures, where they believe in a intimate relationship, but non-western cultures has a different idea of relationship based on their culture, which was revealed in the study conducted by Moore and Lunge(2001) on Australian students and students from China, however this cannot be considered a generalized opinion.

    Review plzz

    • – It should be “an intimate”, not “a intimate”
      – Grammar mistake – “cultures has” is wrong, it should be “cultures have”
      – Work on conjunctions

  • The different cultures have different views on the relationship, the western cultures give more importance to romance compared to non- western culture, by Moore and Leung 61% of the Australian students were in the relationship compared to only 38% Chinese students, they studied only two different cultures.

    Autor plz review

    • – you haven’t taken the last paragraph in consideration
      – add some points from last para too
      – rest everything looks good

  • The research showed children followed their parents if the parents spend too much time in front of the tv, children also spend same time in front of the tv, as per paediatrics children should only be allowed high -quality entertainment program and should have a screen-free zone.

    Author plz check

  • Love and romance are considered to be more important in western culture than eastern, a study conducted by Moore and Lunge (2001) also devised the same results as cultures differences directly influence the attitude of people toward affection and romance, however, this study’s result cannot be generalized due to sample size limitation.

    Review please.
    Much appreciated.

    Thank.

  • Children imitate their parents, according to a research published by Pediatrics, there is a positive relationship between the TV screening time of parents and time spend by children on watching TV and this factor is more significant than TV location and family rules.

    Please review this.
    Thanks

  • The researchers suggest that parents should follow some dwelling rules or a schedule for watching tv because children easily adapt their parent’s activities, moreover the house must have screen-free bedrooms and no tv with meal timings.

    Please review

    • A study revealed that western culture plays a significant role in love and romance, however, in non-western culture, love and romance are limited in individual life, therefore, it can’t be generalized to other culture.

  • A study has been conducted to survey the relationship of love and romance over various communities, which illustrates that Asian and Chinese students shared more casual bond comparatively to the Australian students.

  • Parents have a highly impact on the habit of children’s watching TV, as they always copied their parents, therefore,onus should need to careful about the TV habitats at home.

  • Author – Please review. Thanks.

    TV:

    A recent paediatrics study showed that the TV time for children should be cut down as it leads higher than their parent’s TV time, irrespective to the location of the TV or the TV rules set at home.

    Relationships of Australian students:

    A cultural study on the relationship status of students in Australia revealed that Australian born students are more romantic than Chinese born Australian students and the Australian males are more casual than females in their relationships.

  • Parents TV watching habits affects the children despite the television time restriction, family rules and TV location; however, the television watching restriction by parents helps to cut down viewing time for 6 to 11-year age group, whereas adolescent watched about one more hour of television than their parents.

  • Parents’s TV time had a strong association to the amount of time children watch TV compared to other factors like time limits,no TV in the bedroom of child and family watching TV together.

  • Recent study proves that children’s are associated with the habits of parents do their in daily life,if the parents are watching television then obviously children’s insisted to watch the television without their knowledge.

  • The study about love and romance conducted between western and non-western countries people shows that western people gave more importance and casual on relationship whereas non-westerners were not much importance to it.

  • The study about love and affection between western and non-western countries people shows that western culture people gave more importance and casual on love and affection whereas non-westerners not gave much importance to it.

  • The experiment carried out for exploring the fact and beliefs of some people about culture wise differences in ideas and views on relationships could not be full proofed due to lack of population validity in the experiment.

    Author, can you please review this? Thank you!

  • The recent study says different in culture has an implication on love and relationship, the study with an example of two different country people, Australia and China has a vast difference in idea of relationship between them; however, the study has low weightage as it has been conducted on small group of similar age population.

  • Research suggests that time spent on watching TV by kids is relatively same as parents because kids imitate parents behavior, but this attitude towards high-quality entertainment has to be limited by following certain rules such as screen-free bedrooms.

  • TV
    Researchers say that children tend to develop similar habits their parents have and the time spent watching TV is a good example of this behaviour.

    CULTURE
    Culture has a big influence on how people deal with relationships according to a study made in Australia which compared students from Australia and China.

  • The text illustrates about watching television can have significant impact on physical and social development of a child, so parent should mange television viewing of kids, for having positive rather than negative impact.(33 words)

  • According to a pediatric study published, the quantity of television watched by parents is associated with the quantity watched by their kids, what is higher than recommended and thus that some rules such as some TV-free-zone areas and limit of hours allowed in front of the screen should be adopted.

  • children tend to copy their parents in every mater of life such as a study shows that children watch television half an hour more than their parents therefore academy of pediatrics suggests that parents should restrict the vulnerable content on television and limit the time and place for screen in house.

  • A study carried out in 2011 by Moore and Leung using Chinese and Australian born students supports a fact that relationships are perceived in different ways by people of diverse cultures,however this study cannot be generalized to everybody in other cultures as the study was carried out between people of the western and oriental descent.

    According to a pediatrics research on TV viewing-habits ; the amount of time parents spend watching TV, position of TV in the home and family rules for TV viewing are connected to how much TV their children watch in turn as they tend to copy their parents.

    or

    According to a pediatrics research on TV viewing habits, TV viewing should be regulated in the home as the amount of time parents spend watching TV is connected to how much TV their children watch since they tend to copy what their parents do.

  • Different culture have different opinion on relationships and the results of a study conducted between 212 Australian and Chinese students show that only 38% of Chinese were on relationship with the same level of romance between men and women whereas 61% of Australians were on relationship but men is more casual than women, this is evident that culture has a major impact on the idea of relationship.

  • Kids behavior are the reflections of their parents action while children TV time is related to their Parents TV time , parents with disciplined TV time are able to restrict their children despite the location of the TV and house rules .

  • Even though the study is based on less information and low external validity still it can be said, different culture and gender have the different opinion about the nature of the relationship between love, romance, and marriage.

  • Research shows that the amount of time to watch tv is related between parents and children and that is why children should only allow watching high-quality entertainment along with time limits.

    please advise me what score I can get it

      • Every culture has its own unique values and perspectives towards relationships, a study showed that people from different places enact differently irrespective of the place they live, study found that more number of Australian were in relationship as compare to Chinese, also among Australian, males were more casual about relationships than females, but the results of this study cannot be generalized because it has been carried out on only a few samples.

        Please give me suggestions

        • – Too much content, cut down irrelevant content (72 words)
          – A lot of repetitions ( study showed, study found, this study)
          – Mistake (it should be “as compared to” instead of “as compare to”

  • According to the recent study children TV watching time is directly proportional to the time spent by their parents on watching TV however, prolonged TV watching habit in children can be controlled by restricting the family TV viewing time, setting up screen free zones inside the different sections of the house and switching off the TV while dining.

  • Erikson established in 1968 that it is critical to have an intimate relationship growing up in life to become a social individual and to support this, Moore and Leung carried out study in 2001 which proved that perception of relationships differ in western and non-western cultures where an Australian student was nearly 50% more likely to have intimate partner and be casual about it than a Chinese student.

  • Research has it that the amount of time spent by parents on watching television has a direct impact on the amount of time their children watch television, and to this effect, the American Academy of Pediatrics suggests that screen-free zones should be observed at homes to curtail kids from watching television.

  • The nature of relationships depending on different cultures, how they viewed and acted, in 2001 a study conducted in Australia on students from different cultures like Australia and Chinese, shown that cultures have a deep impact on making different relationships, although because of the small number of population is used the result can’t be valid.

    Kindly comment and score it. thanks

    • Hi Maheen,

      It’s very cumbersome. Ideas can be put in more synchronized manner.

      Read Jasmine summary, it’s a well-structured summary.

  • As per the research, children imitate their parent’s habit of watching television with their watching time directly depends on their parents’ TV watching time; however, there should be time limits for the children with high quality programs to watch and screen free bedrooms with certain rules for them.

    The study conducted on Chinese and Australian students in Australia revealed that the depth of the relationship varies with people from different cultures; however, the idea on relationship cannot be generalized for all cultures as the study was confined to a particular age group of two specific communities.

    • Jasmine, I am also a PTE student.
      Please make sure that your summary have to limit the words in between 5 to 75 words and must be one sentence. Teachers are suggesting complete it with in 30 words to avoid messy.
      If you need some reference materials let me know. i will share through by mail.
      [email protected]

      pteacademicexam web is very useful site which we can practice a lot.

  • As per study, approach towards to relationship differs from country to country. On one hand where western culture is inclind to get in to the intimate relationship in their early age, on the other hand in Asian culture it is not important. This study was done on very small population hence this fact can’t be validated.

    Author, Please comment. Thank you

  • As per the study, approach towards to relationship differs from country to country. On one hand, where western culture is inclined to get into the intimate relationship in their early age, on the other hand in Asian culture it is not important. This study was done on very small population hence this fact can’t be validated.

  • Author – kindly review and provide your feedback.

    TV

    A recent study shows that children copy the habits of their parents by explaining the trend of watching television of parents, normally, children spend more time in watching television as compared to their parents; it also suggests that kids should watch quality program under the supervision of their parents and their rooms should be screen free.

    Culture

    A recent study conducted on Australians and Chinese students revealed that different cultures have dissimilar thoughts on relationships, however, this theory cannot be generalized for all cultures because it solely depends on limited samples of two specific communities.

    • 1. TV
      – Covered every area
      – Within word limit
      – Grammar is apt
      – Try to use more connectors instead of comma

      2. Australian Education.
      – pretty good

  • #1..
    TV, which is one of the means of entertainment in today’s world, has a strong connection between the time spent by the parents and the time spent by children and research suggests that average time spent on watching TV by children is more than the time spent by parents despite the fact that parents put time limits for the kids to watch TV or the family watched TV together.

  • Relationships, as love and romance, are acted upon differently in various cultures, which has also been supported by a study where Australians are more casual for a relation than Chinese but, as it lacked in population number, the study cannot be generalized.

  • Children watch half hour more television as their parents and researchers say that children and teens should only watch quality stuff, their bedrooms should be screen-free and TV should be switched off at the time of dinner or to put it another way we can say parents need to use supervision techniques to regulate TV hours. (56 words)

  • Cultural perceptions varies from nation to nation by influencing their intimate relationships and to find out how it differs between young australians as well as chineese cultures, one of the study demonstrates that the former believes in love relationships whereas, the latter resulted in being shy to such behaviours.

  • As per research is concerned, parents influence on their kids watching television has direct correlation between each other because kids adopted the same habits as they follow their parents, however limiting the time period, changing the location of television can prove to be useful solution for supervising their kids in daily viewing habits of television.

  • Research publication observed that time kids spend on watching tv largely depends on how much their parents are watching, however steps like strictly defining daily tv hours and preventing entertainment sources in kids bed and study rooms can fairly control prolonged tv wiewing habit of kids while keeping in mind the age groups of kids as adults may enjoy extra hours than kids which isnt any harmful.

  • TV
    A recent research shows that the time parents spend watching television, among many other factors such as the location of the TV in the house and the relevant family rules, has the strongest positive correlation with the time spent by their children on TV, while strict rules could only influence children between 6 and 11 but not adolescents, proving that parents’ behaviours have much impact on their children. (68 words)

    Australian Education
    The research by Moore and Leung in 2001, albeit unrepresentative for generalisation because of the bias in the age and cultural background of the samples, showed that students in Australia and China had different views towards romantic relationships, as more Australian students were reported to be in relationships and boys felt more open about it; this appears to align with Erikson’s view that romantic relationship is essential for young adults in Western societies. (73 words)

    Please kindly comment. Thank you.

    • Hi JLee,

      1. TV
      – Too much info – cut a little bit
      – Grammar is apt
      – Word count is OK
      – Structure could be improved
      – I would rate it as 4 out of 5.

      2. Australian Education.
      – Work On Structure.
      – Use connectors wisely
      – Again too much info – Personally, I recommend approx 50-word summary.
      – 3.5 out of 5

      I would suggest you, read other students summary also. It will help you understand different structures.

  • Different cultures possess different views on intimate relationships like love and romance which western cultures like Australia hold in very high regard as compared to the non-western cultures like China which view intimate relationships as unimportant.

  • Studies have shown that the amount of time that kids spend watching television is directly proportional to that spent by their parents doing the same thing and therefore there is need for enforcement of strict rules to govern the time spent watching television in the house.

  • A recent study shows that culture effects the perception of people about love and relationship, for example; Australians consider relationship as an essential part of adulthood but for Chinese it is less important, however, this study cannot be generalized due to lack of diversity in population.

  • Review pls
    A study about the influence of culture on relationship spreads light on people’s thoughts about love and relationship, while western culture believes falling in love as the important aspect of life where as non-westerners are not open about relationships.

    • Missed out few points. Read Poonam Rajput summary, it covers almost all points.

      The structure is good, Grammar looks good. Good job

  • According to a research published, parents watching television influences children to watch even more, hence parents should set rules at home to watch television less and also should advise children to concentration on studies or sports.

  • An intimate relationship is a prime part of young adolescence, but different culture has their own notions which has been shown in a study conducted between Australian and Chinese students, where we can conclude that, the given example not representing the whole world and the idea of relationship is differ from person to person and culture as well.

  • Kids adapt the habit of watching TV from their parents so the time limit is essential for parents as well as for kids for watching TV, with the measure such as screen free zone at home.

  • A study conducted on Australian students an Chinese students shows that the love and romance are very important and higher in %of relationships in western cultures where as it is casual in non-western cultures.

  • There will be a great impact on children by the parent habits and this is again proved by parents watching tv has an direct association on children spending time on watching TV irrespective of the restrictions they have.

    • A study conducted on Australian students an Chinese students shows that the love and romance are very important and higher in %of relationships in western cultures where as it is casual in non-western cultures.

  • There are different ideas and beliefs regarding the love and relationships among various cultural groups which has been shown by a recent study conducted between Australian and Chinese students, where we can find the different ratio of their relationships; however study concluded that it is not a whole representative of whole world.

  • Different cultures have different beliefs on relationships and romance suggests a study conducted on Chinese and Australian youth, though the study lacks adequate validation and therefore can not be generalised but states that western culture is more casual about relationships than non western culture.

  • A study of different cultures on relationships has shown that western cultures such as Australia gives more importance to the relationships whereas non-western cultures – China has less importance, however, this study was not validated based on entire population, and, therefore it is not accurate.

  • The amount of time parents spend for watching television is directly associated with their children watching time and it is generally more than parents time which should be reduce by applying some house rules and make children room screen free zone.

  • A study shows a number of hours parents watch TV has a potent connection with their children spending time in watching TV; whether with family or alone, and it is advised to parents that in order to cut down their children’s TV time parents need to sacrifice their watching time and should install screen free TV especially in children’s bedroom.

  • A study conducted supports the fact that the different cultures perceive relationships differently by showing that the western cultures show more inclination to love and romance than the non-western cultures; however, this study fails because of its lack in population validity.

  • Though some studies have supported the belief that different cultures have dissimilar ideas on relationships, this results can not be generalized in other cultures because the sample is not representative of the whole population.

    • Hey Juan,

      You summary looks good in a way that it is precise but why do you miss out on very important details like the Nouns: Australian and Chinese? I am really curious to know your answer because my answers often end up being way too ambiguous and non-crispy.

  • The writer in the text has expressed the difference in beliefs on love and romance between the western and non western cultures.As per the study carried out on a group of Australian and Chinese students,it was found that australian students were more open towards relationships as compared to chinese students.
    However, this notion cannot be generalised since it was carried on a small group of people.

  • Here, the passage elucidates the information about comparison of two country’s youth in relationship which is Australia and China, where, Chinese has less priority for relationship in both gender rather than Australians which segregate different results and ideas about culture.

  • Although Australians and Chinese showed different perception on relationships in a study but the same study may not be applies to all the different cultures and its people in the world.

  • Children and teenagers over watch television more because of their parents than any other reasons hence if parents restrict themselves to television it will ultimately affect children viewing time as well.

  • As per the research, amount of time parents watch TV directly affects the amount of time kids spend in front of TV irrespective of the house rules on time limits;as a result,it is advisable to parents to restrict themselves to 4 hours of viewing and create “TV-free” zones in house.

    A study conducted on native Australians and Chinese expats in Australia concluded that different cultures have differing perspective on relationship,however,this can not be generalized to include all cultures due to lack of diversity in participants and small sample size.

  • Different cultures have different ideas on relationships that the competitive between the Western cultures and Asian cultures shows 61% of the Australian students were in relationships compared to only 38% of Chinese students while the males were more casual about relationships than females in Australia, however, the study has low external validity because of only two cultures carrying.

  • Parents affect their children ‘TV time that parents have house rules on time limits for television watching such as, one to two hours per day or turned off during dinner, in addition,
    Parents only are able to cut down viewing times for children who were in the 6 to 11-year-old age.

  • As children watch TV as much as their parents do where accessibility to TV is also critical, it is suggested that parents must confined children and themselves with high quality programs for limited hours.

  • The study has been shown that the relationship is varies from countries to countries which is proved by Moore and Leung by carried out survey between two group of people i.e. Australian and Chinese where in Australian males are more causal about relationship than Australian females but both Chinese sexes show similar level of romance.

  • According to the research on pediatric shows that the time, place, limit, rules, duration applicable for parents, children and teens to watching television; moreover, the American academy suggest that the use of watching high quality of entertainment media for 1-2 hours per day and parents had strongly restricted time only were able to cut down viewing time for children who were in 6-11 years old age group.

  • Parents’ TV time had a stronger association with kids and so it is advisable to watch media for only two hours a day and it is good to have screen free zone at home.

  • According to research published in pediatrics amount of time spent by parents on watching television is directly proportional to their children;moreover American Academy Pediatrics says children should watch only 2 hours per day and it is implacable for age group of 6-11 years,for young adults they watch tv an extra one hour compared to their parents.

    Cultures and relationships vary from place to place,in Western countries romance and marriage given high priority,whereas in China these two has no value ,however;a research was carried in Australia by Moore and Leung in 2001 between Australia students and China students claims the China people have same feeling ,the Australia males have less feel then females,but the given example can’t be implacable on other parts of world.

  • The American Academy of Pediatrics proposed how many number of hours children should watch TV, screen-free zones, and no TV during meal; however parents also need to set rules for themselves as kids mimic them in all ways.

  • The time spent by kids in front of T.V always depend with their parents; Furthermore, parents who were able to cut their television time only got success to cut down viewing times of their children.

  • According to recent research parents TV watching duration is associated with children TV watching time: it is suggested that only high quality media for shorter period to be allowed and tv freeze zone to be prioritized.

  • Kids mimic their parents’ TV viewing habits, therefore research suggest that parents should create house rules and limitation of watching TV, in term of timing, placing, and restriction.

    The difference in the love relationship between Chinese born and Australian born, where research has proven that there is a difference in nature of relationship base on their culture, however, is not 100% valid because of the low external validity factor.

  • Study on the amount of hours spent by children on high quality entertainment media, is proportional to the amount spent by their parents. Watching TV above the recommended 2 hours daily should be discouraged for kids, as well as, having a TVs’ free zone.

    Outcome of the Research conducted by Moore and Leung, revealed that various cultures respond to relationship in different ways. Although generalization based on the outcome cannot stand as the findings lacked population validity.

  • Children TV viewing habits are directly proportional to their parents as they spend slightly more time their parent spend watching television and parents should make sure that their children have access to only clean and suitable TV content, that too for a limited time daily.

  • In western culture, love is important in a relationship and the study carried out with some young students of two cultures predicted that the nature and type of relationships vary according to the cultural belief, however, this survey did not cover the people of all age groups and cultures.

  • Every culture have their own view on relationship, according a study conducted on Australian student it was evident that being in a relationship was a mean to avert social isolation whereas that was not the same as compared to Chinese student.

  • A recent study on Australian students shows that, diverse cultures have their own concepts on love, romance and relationship, in which western cultures gives more importance to these relationship, whereas non-western nations does not.

  • Parent’s TV watching time, has big impact on how much time kids spend on watching TV, in spite of rules and regulation measures.

  • Every country has their own culture and ideas on relationship which fact study by Moore and Leung who show that Australian male student more casual about relationship than Chinese student; however, this study is lacking because of absence of sample population and held in two similar age group students where they live in same country.

  • Although children and teens are allowed to watch high quality programs in TV for one to two hours per day, parents should avoid to spent more time at television; therefore, Parents’ TV times are influencing the children to avoid the rules.

  • As compare to non-western culture, love and romance have more importance in western culture, according to study which was done between two nations, students of western country have more believe on romance as compared to student of non-western country, This study however is lacking in population validity.

  • According to the research, children should only be allowed to use high quality entertainment media for only specific time period, furthermore, ratio of those children are more whose parents watched TV more than the parents who watched TV only for four hours.

  • 2. Relationship view varies from culture to culture and it has been found from study conducted on students from two different culture living in the same country; however , it lacks validity due to the absence of sample population comprising of different age group and culture.

  • 1. The amount of time kids spend on watching television is associated with their parents watching duration;whereas, it is recommended that teenager should be allowed to view quality programm for only two hours everyday and this can be done by putting restriction on television time.

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