A Countermeasure Research on Guiding the Media Behaviors of the Left-Behind Children in Rural Areas

Minghong WANG

Abstract


This paper mainly applies the relevant knowledge of communication science and sociology, uses the methods of combining questionnaires and interviews, conducts field surveys and interviews with the left-behind children in Kai County and Yunyang County in Chongqing City, masters the basic information that children contact televisions, phones, books and other media behaviors, explores the impacts of these media on the left-behind children in rural areas, and on this basis explores the feasible programs to guide the left-behind children’ s media behaviors in different levels.


Keywords


Left-behind children; Media exposure; Guiding countermeasure; Media quality

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/%25x

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