Possible effects of satellite channels on social thoughtA field study on the students of the University of Mosul
مجلة دراسات موصلیة,
2009, السنة 5, العدد 23, الصفحة 81-116
الملخصThis study aims at uncovering the possible effects of the satellite channels on the social thought of the students of the University of Mosul.
A questionnaire from was distributed to a sample of ramadomly selected (4350) students from six colleges at the University of Mosul.
The researcher has relied on the statistical bag of social scenes known as (SPSS), percentage ratio, arithmetic mean, normative deviation, Person Link, relative weight, KY square test as well as T test.
The researcher comes up with the conclusion that (97%) other sample students watch satellite channels for (2:20) hours per day on overage.
Arabic satellite channels were at the top of the watched channels, They are Followed by (49%) of the individual samples, Iraqi channels, however, ranked second being washed at a rate of (38, 6%) followed by foreign channels at a rate of (12%) watchers.
As for the programmers watched, religious programmers come first being watched by (68, 12%) of the samples, they are followed by news programmers at aerate of (56, 0%).
With respect to the possible effects of the satellite channels, however, the political effect comes First. It is followed by cultural Knowledge effect, As for the healthy, psychological, and economical effect, they ranked third, fourth and fifth consequently. The social effect, however, ranked the last but one while the religious effect ranked last.
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