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Psihologija
2003, vol. 36, br. 4, str. 451-469
jezik rada: engleski
vrsta rada: neklasifikovan
doi:10.2298/PSI0304451K


Ovlaš mapirana terra incognita - slika deteta u medijskim sadržajima namenjenim odraslima
Univerzitet u Beogradu, Učiteljski fakultet

e-adresa: koracn@eunet.yu

Sažetak

U ovom istraživanju se analizira slika deteta u medijima Srbije, u sadržajima namenjenim odrasloj publici, polazeći od značaja uloge medija u oblikovanju javnog mnjenja o deci, kao i uticaja tako formiranog javnog mnjenja na stavove, odluke i postupke odraslih u vezi s decom. Studija se bavi vidljivošću i predstavom deteta u medijima, s ciljem da odredi u kojoj meri i na koji način su deca predstavljena u njima. Odgovarajući podaci sakupljeni su za tri medija - štampu, radio i televiziju - koji uglavnom pokrivaju celu teritoriju Srbije, tokom dva uzastopna meseca (april i maj 2001). Analiza sadržaja pokazuje da su deca u našim medijima ne samo veoma slabo prisutna, nego i predstavljena na jednostran i neadekvatan način.

Ključne reči

razvojna socijalna psihologija; slika deteta; sadržinska analiza medija

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