EFFECT OF TELEVISION VIEWING ON THE MORAL BEHAVIOUR OF NIGERIAN CHILDREN (A STUDY OF GAIUS BENTON SCHOOLS)


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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Title page
Table of contents
Abstract

CHAPTER ONE
INTRODUCTION
1.1      Background of the study
1.2      Statement of the problem
1.3      Objectives of the study
1.4      Significance of the study
1.5      Research Questions
1.6      Scope of the study
1.7      Limitation of the study
1.8      Operational Definitions of terms

CHAPTER TWO
LITERATURE REVIEW
2.1   Introduction
2.2      Concept of Television
2.3      Brief History of Television
2.4      Television as a medium for mass comm.
2.5      Television as an instrument of social animals
2.6      Media Influence on children
2.7      Impact of Television Viewing on Children
2.8      Theoretical Framework
2.9      Summary of Literature Review

CHAPTER THREE
RESEARCH METHODOLOGY
3.1   Introduction
3.2   Research Design
3.3   Population of study
3.4   Sample Size
3.5   Sampling Techniques
3.6   Instrument for Data Collection
3.7   Validity of instrument
3.8   Method of Data Analysis

CHAPTER FOUR
DATA PRESENTATION, ANALYSIS AND DISCUSSION 
4.1   Introduction
4.2   Data presentation and analysis
4.3   Discussion

CHAPTER FIVE
SUMMARY, CONCLUSION AND RECOMMENDATION    
5.1   Introduction
5.2   Summary of Findings
5.3      Conclusion
5.4      Recommendations
5.5      Recommendations for Further Studies
References
Appendix
Questionnaire



ABSTRACT
The deterioration of the moral life of children who grow into youthful age and then into adulthood in the face of immoralities has become an issue which needs urgent action in today’s Nigerian society. This can be attributed to a lot of reasons but the mass media with us Persuasive messages cannot be exonerated. Television being a viable medium of the mass media stands at the fore in shaping the attitudes of children. This research work has therefore made a good attempt at unrevealing the various effects of television programmes on Nigerian children using Gaius Benton schools as a pivot. In this regards, a historical background of events bading to this study and analysis of findings and recommendations are duly presented. It is found in this research work that television programmes affect children’s moral behaviour both positively and negatively depending on the moral standards of the programme. The appraised and critical examination of issues are the mainstay of this research work thus, if the recommendation are heeded it will help in enforcing and maintaining good, upright and acceptable moral behaviour in Nigerian children.



CHAPTER ONE
INTRODUCTION
1.1 BACKGROUND OF STUDY
        Television is a sight and sound medium through which messages and information ideas are communicated to a wide range of audience.
        Television viewing is a common activity engaged in by children, especially in this era of proliferation of television as a medium for communication.
        To this end, television messages are broadcast for certain purposes, this implies that television through it’s programmers’ has certain influence on individuals as including children.
        This chapter presents an overview of television and a brief history of television. It also encapsulates the statement of problem of this research work, the objective of this study, significance and the scope of study, research question as well as operational definition of certain terms.
       Television has made tremendous impact on Nigeria society and in the world at large. It possesses immense power to influence the viewer and sharpen his sensitivity in all spheres of life. Various theories have been propounded....

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