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Zbornik Instituta za pedagoška istraživanja
1998, br. 30, str. 108-123
jezik rada: srpski
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Deca, mediji i nasilje
Institut za pedagoška istraživanja, Beograd

Sažetak

Sa razvojem automatizacije i digitalizacije svi sadržaji medija su postali potencijalno globalni, bilo daje reč o informacijama ili o zabavi. Deca su uvek imala svoje heroje iz usmenog predanja ili literature, ličnosti koje su hrabre, koje uzbuđuju i pobeđuju. Oni pružaju detetu mogućnost da indirektno učestvuje u zbivanjima, da se identifikuje. Brojna istraživanja i studije sačinjene u poslednjih tridesetak godina, govore da se porast agresivnog ponašanja kod dece i ozbiljnog nasilja može dovesti u vezu sa razvojem elektronskih medija, sa njihovim sadržajima i načinima na koje se nasilje u njima prikaz)je. Postoji više razloga zbog kojih je televizija privlačna deci. Televizija nudi mogućnost da se nedirektno učestvuje u uzbudljivim zbivanjima, da se prate zbivanja iz sveta sporta, šoubiznisa, da se sazna o idolima i drugim vršnjacima. Pojava transkulturalnih heroja potvrđuje da su mediji stvorili univerzalni kulturni prostor u kojem deca nalaze uzore. Televizija utiče na percepciju sveta. Efekat programa koji se gledaju, pored vremena provedenog pred ekranom, pojačavaju i socijalno okruženje i način na koji se nasilje prikazuje (opravdano ili ne). Ispitivanje koje smo obavili potvrđuje da deca provode u proseku tri sata dnevno pred ekranom, da ima puno nasilja i da bi ga trebalo smanjiti.

Ključne reči

vaspitni uticaj medija; mediji i deca; deca i nasilje

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