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IMPACT OF TELEVISION PROGRAMMES AND VALUE PERCEPTION ON HIGHER SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS

Geetha, N., R.

Professor, Bethlahem College of Education, Karungal, Kanyakumari District, Tamil Nadu, India.

Abstract


The present study examined the Impact of Television Programmes and Value Perception on Higher Secondary School Students. The investigator adopted survey method for the present study. The tools used for the study were Impact of Television Programme Scale and Value Perception Scale constructed and validated by Dr.Veliappan and S.Soni. Data were collected from 314 students of different schools in Kanyakumari District. The statistical techniques used for the present study are ‘t’-test and correlation analysis. Results showed that there is significant relationship between Impact of Television Programmes and Value Perception on Higher Secondary School Students.

Keywords


television programme, value perception, higher secondary, school, students.

 

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Geetha, N., R. (2022). Impact of Television Programmes and Value Perception on Higher Secondary School Students. John Foundation Journal of EduSpark, 4(1), 40-50.

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