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THE INFLUENCE OF THE "NEW TV" IN THE EMOTIONS AND EDUCATION OF CHILDREN Hamlet Muñoz Serafin - Doctor of Philosophy and Literature. - Director of the Department of Psychology section of Soria. - Coordinator and teacher - tutor of the career of philosophy at UNED de Soria. - Psychologist psycho teams on leave (Zaragoza). - Coordinator of the Spanish culture program for students Concordia University (USA), who studied one year in University of Navarra. ADDRESS: c / Merinero n º 2 to 3 º. SORIA. (42,001). PHONE: (975) 229 464. Aldea@psi.uva.es Page 2 Hamlet Muñoz, S. Journal of Psychiatry and Psychology of the Child and Adolescent, 2004, 4 (2): 145-159 146 ABSTRACT This research work I have made in light of the proliferation of programs called "tele-trash", they are getting a wider audience generating unimaginably large economic interests. However, it is clear that the TV and these programs have their impact on education, socialization and attitude formation in children taking that are an average of 25 hours per week of television and are excellent imitators. Through direct encuestional empirical application, I intend to check a research hypotheses. However, I have only included the results of preschoolers between 3 and 6 years, but it contains the data of children between 7 and 12, which are at your disposal. I have not included because the item would exceed, with far the maximum length estimated by the magazine to be published. KEY WORDS Reality shows, reality shows, imitation, attitudes, education, values Abstract This research project has Been Carried out Keeping in mind the proliferation of the So-Called "tele-rubbish" programs on television Which Attract millions of Spectators and generate huge Economic Interest. Nevertheless, There Can Be No Doubt These Programmes That Have A considerable Influence on the education, socialization and Development of Attitudes in Children, Given That These watch an average of 25 hours of television per week and Imitators Are Also excellent. Empirical Through a direct questionnaire, my Proposal is to Demonstrate this hypothesis. However, i have only included the Most Significant results for Children in
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infant education Between 3 and 6 years of age, although I Also Have data for Children Between 7 and 17 years in my possession and available to Any Interested parties. These Have Not Been data included as this article too far Would Become Extensive Then for the ESTABLISHED limits for publication in the magazine. Key Words Telereality, tele-rubbish, imitation, Attitudes, education, values. Page 3 The influence of the new television . .. Journal of Psychiatry and Psychology of the Child and Adolescent, 2004, 4 (2): 145-159 147 INTRODUCTION The main reason I made this research has been that consider it important to know the impact of the new program ation (Big Brother Operation Triunfo, Salsa Rosa, Martian Chronicles, Glamour Hotel . ..), which is subduing our screens in recent times. We have seen that television has been marred his image greatly
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