The Determination of The Level of Reflecting Media Message Reality for Student Views

Author:Fatih GÜNER, Naci TOPALOĞLU, Salih Zeki GENÇ


April 25th, 2014 by Author


It is thoughtful not giving media education for fifth and sixth grade students until twelve in our country as considered the reality of not distinguishing the difference between the real world and the fictional media world. This situation reveals the necessity that this study should be done with secondary school students when connected with reality of whom taking the media literacy, which is selective, seventh and eighth grade students being followers tv series which contain "reality". This study aims to examine the views of secondary school students about reflection media messages derived from "reality" problematic at media. The study was done in 4 secondary school, in Canakkale, with the participation of totaly 20 secondary school students in 2013- 2014 educational term. Data collected with conversationand a qualititive search pattern in type of scanning. In this study, it is seen that participators use mostly tv as media mass and find newspaper reliabler media mass. In the study, there are great majority of participators who couldn't express that media world is fake and fictional. The great majority of participators opine that tv series as media message reflect reality.

Keywords: Media world, the real world, reality, consubstantiality, providing social benefits.

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