The Evolution of portrayals of family in television
The introduction of television after World War II coincided with a steep rise in birth rates, mortgage rates, and the growth of mass-produced suburbs. In this social climate, it's no surprise that television was conceived as being a family medium. The public often assumes that television's fictional representations of the family have a strong impact on actual families, because of this people have often assumed that these fictional households should mirror not just family life in general, but their own personal values regarding it.
In the early 1950s, there was a degree of diversity in how…
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