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Part II: Television and the Development of a Child's Worldview

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Television and the Development of a Child's Worldview
Television and the development of a child's worldview

Television offers children an opportunity to embark on a social-cultural journey that reaches beyond the family and neighborhood with which they are familiar. Through this audiovisual experience, children not only gain a perspective of how they are perceived, but also develop perceptions about how others think, feel, and behave. Hence, television contributes to the development of a child's worldview.

The chapters in Part II are intended to provide an understanding of what children learn about themselves and others from the interdependent relationship that has emerged between this medium and our youth. The contributors come from diverse academic backgrounds and hence offer the reader an opportunity to experience a stimulating variation in ...

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