Document Type : Original Article

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Department of Psychology, Ahvaz Branch, Islamic Azad University, Ahvaz, Iran

10.22034/ijashss.2021.265139.1033

Abstract

The present study, entitled "Children 's role modeling and behavior with regard to the important and vital role of the media", tries to investigate the positive effects and negative consequences of children' s dependence on television. Communication between individuals, which causes the transfer of concepts, thoughts and information from one person to another, is the main condition for the emergence and continuation of collective life; Because the collective life of human beings has no meaning without the existence of values, norms, goals and even conflicts that arise through communication. In addition, the emergence and perpetuation of group (social) values, norms, cultural content, as well as social learning processes and at the same time social contradictions, arise only through communication. Individuals need to be aware of the goals, intentions, awareness, and thinking of others in order to be able to respond to them. Although speech is the most common way of communicating between people, it is done in different ways. It should be noted that non-verbal communication also plays a major role in communication between individuals.

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Modeling and Behavior of Children According to the Important and Vital Role of the Media

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