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Title: The effect of modern visual culture on children's drawings.
Authors: Mamur, Nuray
Keywords: Primary School, Children Drawing, Visual Culture
Publisher: Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences
Abstract: This study aims to determine the way of children’s comprehension of visual culture through the pictures they draw. For this purpose, the children between 7-12 year olds will be observed to state which visual media elements they are affected, what kids of pictures they draw, and their sensual and intellectual reactions about the visual media element affected. The research conducted by 102 students ranging from 7 to 12 year olds, attending to the first stage of primary education and representing middle socio- economic level. To determine the effects of modern visual media on children, they are asked to select a topic and draw a picture related to the elements of visual media which they have seen and affected previously. Pictures was examined with the help of content analysis technique. Results of the study are oriented to mention that children use digital images- produced by television and computer- in their pictures more than printed images. It was observed that children had internalized those images as if there weren’t a screen, but they did not comment on the images.
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