The study's main goal was to look into
children's television-watching habits,and drills used by
parents to intervene their children's television watching.
It also examines the link between parental intervention
drills and Bonga town's socioeconomic condition. The
study was conducted using a survey research design. The
information was gathered from two schools: one
governmental and the other a private school. The study
enlisted 200 parents. Questionnaires was used to acquire
data. Descriptive statistics and inferential statistics was
obtained using SPSS 26. Chi-square tests were used to
investigate the association between parental television
viewing habits and children's television viewing habits.
Similarly, descriptive statistics were employed to
investigate the presence and lack of parental television
intervention, yielding the finding that more than half of
the participants use television intervention strategies,
while the remainder do not monitor their children's
television viewing habits. This study confirmed that, a
strong association observed between parental television
viewing hours and children's school day and weekend
viewing hours. Finally, the current research looked at
the practice of parental television intervention in relation
to socioeconomic level. There was a strong link between
parental television intervention and monthly household
income. The findings revealed, parents should begin
paying attention to their children's television watching
habits and use effective television intervention tactics to
reduce television's detrimental impact.
Children, Drill ,Intervention, Parent and Television.