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Impact Of Television In Aggressive Behavior In Children Of The Baghdad City | 12503
ISSN: 2161-0460

Journal of Alzheimers Disease & Parkinsonism
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Impact of television in aggressive behavior in children of the Baghdad city

International Conference on Psychology, Autism and Alzheimers Disease

Jinan Abdul Mohsin Ali

Accepted Abstracts: J Alzheimers Dis Parkinsonism

DOI: 10.4172/2161-0460.S1.004

The research aims to know the causes of aggressive behavior in children by collecting information on many variables, which includes television viewing and family history, intelligence and personal relationships with other children and so on. The sample consisted of a primary school pupils in Baghdad from 60 children (males and females) and researcher research sample was divided into two groups first (pilot) exposed a group of children to see a film violence, while watching the second group (control) a non-violent film. Then exposed children in two test position is a measure of aggressive behavior in all of them. And that if a wire children who viewed the movie violence more aggressive than other children who did not watch this film, the film violence which have been introduced is the cause of aggressive behavior. The study revealed that the aggression is common in the homes of disadvantaged individuals or living social and economic conditions is favorable, such as high levels of unemployment, divorce and family disputes and continuing confrontation of frustration and anger. In these houses, we find that family members may prefer to watch violence in television programs because it seems to them more realistic. The researcher found a correlation between gender (sex) and aggressive behavior. In the sense that males are more aggressive than females. In this case there is confidence that aggressive behavior is not the cause of the sex of the baby. Children begin their lives not gender-neutral., But the opposite is true, where there is confidence in the direction of causality. Some phenomena gender (male or female) is affecting the aggressive behavior of the child, the researcher recommends against showing violence to children and conduct research for other variables. Researcher used SPSS to analyze the data and display the results.