The latest podcast from Createquity and Fractured Atlas looks at the effect of television on our lives, our communities, and our creative work.
Notes to “Are The Arts The Answer to Our TV Obsession?”
The following end notes accompany our article, “Are The Arts The Answer to Our TV Obsession?” published on February 22, 2016: (1) What we mean when we say “watching TV” When we talk about hours of television watched, we’re talking about self-reported hours; in other words, the amount of time an individual themselves assesses they watchRead More
Are The Arts The Answer to Our TV Obsession?
Television can wreak havoc on the brain AND the body. But the people who watch it the most don’t seem to mind.
Capsule Review: Older adults’ television viewing as part of selection and compensation strategies
The authors found that selection strategies better described older adults’ television viewing behavior than compensation strategies.
Capsule Review: TV Viewing and BMI
Increased television viewing leads to a higher likelihood of obesity, perhaps because of an increased tendency toward sedentary behavior.
Core Research Process Update: January 2016
We’re getting ready to launch two feature articles in late February. Stay tuned.
Leaving Behind No Child Left Behind (and Other December Stories)
Closing out 2015 with good news for education, musicians and Mexico.
The Top 10 Arts Policy Stories of 2015
The arts sustain their first direct hit in the global war on terror, and more.
Core Research Process Update: November 2015
History of change in the arts ecosystem For our examination of the expansion of the nonprofit arts sector, we have continued to prioritize and review resources identified in our initial scan of the literature (shared in our September research update) as well as a few additional sources: DiMaggio, P. J. (2006) Nonprofit organizations and theRead More
Core Research Process Update: August 2015
This month, we investigate the arts and wellbeing and make progress on understanding the impact of television.