This is a report on what can be learnt from our world dataset about viewers of The Lord of the Rings who were aged under 16. In this report, I draw both on the world set, and on the UK subset, sometimes drawing comparisons between them. The reason for using both is that, obviously, the world set is so much larger (comprising 24,739 in toto, with 2475 under 16), but the UK set (comprising 3115 in toto, and 306 under 16s) allows us to explore both some of the specificities of responses here, the qualitative meaning of some responses (given we worked in 14 languages, many are inaccessible to us for analysis), and of course their relations to the quantitative patterns that emerge.
|Publisher||British Board of Film Classification|
|Commissioning body||British Board of Film Classification|
|Publication status||Published - 23 Jun 2008|
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Lord of The Rings world audience database
Barker, M. J., Prifysgol Aberystwyth | Aberystwyth University, 25 Jun 2008
DOI: 10.20391/b403222b-74b6-4686-9cc6-dfd1de16a31a, http://hdl.handle.net/2160/594