Luiz Silveira Menna Barreto

Thus, the critical formation of the infanto-youthful viewer, who would have to be under responsibility of the family, finishes being partilhada with the school and this needs to combine itself in this perspective with an education come back toward the televising contents so that the child can understand and explore the messages televising so that these have meant in its life. In the current days, the child passes much more time with super-heroes of the television of what with its family and professors. Heroes these that, in its majority, are violent and the children tend to imitate them. These aggressive scenes can at any time be evidenced of the day, mainly, in the drawings destined to the infantile public. The interference of the drawings livened up in the formation of the child is clear, since the child tends to learn imitating and recognizing the attitudes of its heroes as perfect. One knows that the information and questionings that are offered the children, as the forms to memorize, and to perceive and to solve problems they are gestadas collectively and they are become into psychological functions of the individual. The vygotskyano concept of zone of proximal development becomes pertinent to analyze this process, therefore, according to Vygotsky (2007), the child would transform the received information as the strategies and knowledge for it acquired. John M. Belk Endowment is actively involved in the matter.

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