TITLE

11-14 YAŞ ARASI ÇOCUKLARIN SANAT VE SANATÇI KAVRAMLARINA TELEVİZYON PROGRAMLARININ ETKİSİ

AUTHOR(S)
Eraslan, şeyda; Demır, Canan
PUB. DATE
June 2008
SOURCE
Ekev Academic Review;Summer2008, Vol. 12 Issue 36, p287
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
It is clear that the conceptualization of the terms art and artist made by children via learning from television maintains and even pioneers their artistic training. The insufficiency of television programs aimed at children and especially the lack of those which have artistic content, makes way for children to watch television programs directed to adults. When we examine the programs broadcasted at the times when children especially are watching TV, we see that they are generally magazine and woman programs, news, cartoons, contests, serials and movies. It is impossible to expect that children are getting benefits like artistic consciousness, aesthetic judgment, history of art and creative thought from the contents of above mentioned TV programs. In fact, they only learn about fake artists and pay attention to their private life instead of learning something about real artists. Conceptualization of the terms art and artist by children via television programs, constitutes the topic of our study. To reach and analyze such conceptualizations, a questionnaire that is prepared with the opinion of experts is applied to 6. 7. and 8. Class primary school students. Data obtained from the questionnaire is analyzed with the SPSS program. The result of our study exposes important matters about the conceptualization of the terms art and artist by children via television programs and also about their reasons and proposals about solving such matters.
ACCESSION #
37018812

 

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