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Role of Media in Education as Perceived by Senior Secondary School Students and Their Parents


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The Present Study aims to explore the Role of media in education as perceived by senior secondary school students and their parents. The present study has provided the research based results and will help the parents, teachers and student to understand that how media plays effective role not only in the field of entertainment but also giving knowledge through television, radio, newspaper, internet etc. Media has become the first source of giving knowledge. Sample of 200 adolescents were taken from various private and government schools of Ludhiana district of Punjab and 200 corresponding parents of those adolescents were selected for the present study. To explore the perception of parents and students, ‘Perception about the Role of Media in Education (PRME)’ Prepared by Dr.Sushil Kumar Singh & Miss. Veerpal Kaur was used. Mean, SD, t-test and Correlation were used for analysis of data. From the analysis it was concluded that there exists no significant difference in the perception of boys and girls Senior Secondary School regarding the Role of Media in Education and there exists no significant difference in the perception of Senior Secondary School Students and their Parents regarding the Role of Media in Education.

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Role of Media, Senior Secondary School Students, Parents.
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Suman Rani
Sadbhavna College of Education for Women, Raikot, India

Abstract


The Present Study aims to explore the Role of media in education as perceived by senior secondary school students and their parents. The present study has provided the research based results and will help the parents, teachers and student to understand that how media plays effective role not only in the field of entertainment but also giving knowledge through television, radio, newspaper, internet etc. Media has become the first source of giving knowledge. Sample of 200 adolescents were taken from various private and government schools of Ludhiana district of Punjab and 200 corresponding parents of those adolescents were selected for the present study. To explore the perception of parents and students, ‘Perception about the Role of Media in Education (PRME)’ Prepared by Dr.Sushil Kumar Singh & Miss. Veerpal Kaur was used. Mean, SD, t-test and Correlation were used for analysis of data. From the analysis it was concluded that there exists no significant difference in the perception of boys and girls Senior Secondary School regarding the Role of Media in Education and there exists no significant difference in the perception of Senior Secondary School Students and their Parents regarding the Role of Media in Education.

Keywords


Role of Media, Senior Secondary School Students, Parents.

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