Televizyon ve İnternet'te Şiddet İçeren Programların Çocuğun Ruh Dünyasına Etkileri

İMAMOĞLU, Abdulvahit; ŞİRİN, Turgay
January 2011
Ekev Academic Review;kis2011, Vol. 15 Issue 46, p31
Academic Journal
Violent attitudes and behavior of children as well as many factors are known to be the effect of television programs and Internet violence. In this study we tried to analyze, types of violent in terms of recent litrature. In particular, television and internet violence programs, which affects children is directing features. We have attempted to find answers to these and similar questions.


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