The behavioural changes between selected TV programme among mothers of school children in selected areas at Madurai

Brasha, P (2010) The behavioural changes between selected TV programme among mothers of school children in selected areas at Madurai. Masters thesis, Matha College of Nursing, Manamadurai.

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Abstract

A comparative study to assess the behavioural changes between selected TV programme among mothers of school children in selected areas at Madurai. OBJECTIVES: To assess the behavioral changes of school children those who are not watching selected TV programme. To assess the behavioral changes of school children those who are watching selected TV programme. To compare the behavioral changes of school children those who are watching and not watching the selected T.V. Programme. To find out the association between behavioral changes of school children those who are watching TV programme and demographic variable such as age, sex, Religion, Child Education, Parent education, parents occupation. type of family, family income, no. of children, birth order of children, mode of TV channel, recreational facilities. To find out the association between behavioral changes of school children those who are not watching TV programme and demographic variable such as age, sex, religion, child education, parents education, parents occupation. type of family, no of siblings, education, family income, no. of children, birth order of children, mode of TV channel, recreational facilities. HYPOTHESIS 1. There is a significant difference in behavioural changes between those who are watching and not watching selected TV Programme. 2. There is a significant of association between behavioural changes of not watching selected TV Programme and demographic variables. 3. There is a significant association between behavioural changes of watching selected TV Programme and demographic variables. ASSUMPTION: Watching TV Programmed will influence the behavioral changes of the school children and leads to the violent character. Watching TV Programme brings desirable creative thinking in the tender age. OPERATIONAL DEFINITION Impact It refers to an effect or influence on the behavior of school children. Behaviour In this study it refers to the characteristic of an school children School children Children between the ages of 6 to 12 years (Primary and High School). Determine It refers to find out or establish precisely to resolve the children problem. Mother A woman who has given birth to a child, having responsibility and authority over her child. Television It is a telecommunication system for broadcasting and receiving moving picture and sound over a distance as electro magnetic waves and the reconversion of received waves to visual images. Selected TV Programme Jetix, Chutty and Cartoons. LIMITATIONS: Time Constraint. The study focuses exclusively school children at Madurai. PROJECTED OUTCOME: It aims to assess the impact of selected TV programme on the behaviour changes among school children. It helps to determine the extend to which impact of TV programme affect the behaviour changes of school children. First and foremost the movies that are telecast in the Television should be censored by the sensor board and give “U” certificate. Children below 18 should be forbidden to dance for film songs which do not have educational theme. Each Television channel should allot and hour for science and literature in their programme. This should be made compulsory. The broadcasting rules which are meant for All India Radio and Door Darshan should be made applicable for all the Television channel. Just like the ‘Press council of India’ which looks into the complaints about the magazines there should be ‘Broadcasting Council of India’ which should look into the complains about the Television channels.

Item Type: Thesis (Masters)
Uncontrolled Keywords: Behavioural Changes; TV Programme; Mothers; School Children; Madurai
Subjects: NURSING > Paediatric Nursing
Depositing User: Ramakrishnan J
Date Deposited: 15 Feb 2018 07:07
Last Modified: 15 Feb 2018 07:07
URI: http://repository-tnmgrmu.ac.in/id/eprint/5710

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