Educational Approach and Counseling in Youngster's Aggressivity

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Educational Approach and Counseling in Youngster's Aggressivity


Ticusan, Marilena, Contemporary Readings in Law and Social Justice


ABSTRACT. Parents and children spend much less time together and almost all adults are faced with a constant desire to balance family life with the demands of the job. We must recognize the vulnerability of children and the need to put in policies and educational center. Educational approach often encounter children with behavior disorders, attention deficit, problems with discipline, and psychologists and it is not only meant to identify and trace the causes and reasons for the explosive growth of this type of behavior to actively apply solutions are close at hand to prevent and control symptoms of this type, when they occur. It is an increase in hyperactivity of the most serious consequences for nervous system health and human behavior. They are considered causes of excessive impulsivity, lack of internal control and are seen as a major cause of antisocial behavior, impulsive and delinquency.

Keywords: relaxation, creative imagination, affection, passive mind, counseling, communication

1. Introduction

After a few decades, enthusiasm began on widening the possibilities of human brain development, along with the diversity of human experience the development surrounding the video and audio technology. Today, however, research conducted in education, observations made on children who have benefited from advanced technology achievements show that, however much they would develop the technique and technology, they can't provide a more suitable development of the human mind than it gives to us the nature or the world. Child watching TV is not a part of a common experience of language, of stimulating thought and reflection that parents, grandparents or human environment in general, it provides appropriate psychoaffective environment. Visual and auditory stimuli perceived in the small screen are so aggressive; succeed with such rapidity, that exceed the capacity of the brain to control them. Inevitable effect will be significant inhibition of mental processes. Aggression involves much too numerous aspects. The study will be focused only on the impact which the messages from the mass media have upon youngsters which cannot always be controlled by adults and the aggression of their behavior.

2. Default problems viewing

The characteristics and intensity of experience, the frequency with which comes from the earliest years of life watching television affect human life today. Their behavior is influenced by the amount of time spent watching TV. Television and the media generally reconstruct reality; configure a new living environment and awareness for young people today, a new way of being. Subliminal effect of television explains why people can't understand that by simply viewing may be to influence, to an extent defining existence. We must recognize the vulnerability of children and the need to put in policies and educational center. TV viewing experience is a real space and time, the actual distances and durations, but the virtual ones, suggested or just inside the simulated TVs world. TV not only favors the interactive participation of knowledge, but rather involves a passive experience for the human mind. After prolonged viewing, children will tend to remain in the state of passivity or lack of involvement in the real world knowledge, are impoverished in proportion to the ability to imagine the game, it weakens the mental dynamics. The fundamental problem posed by watching TV in the development of cortical structures is the high degree of repetition (daily), duration and intensity of viewing experience. So habits formed through repetition, brings the specific neural patterns (cortical response to environmental stimuli), to repeat patterns in everyday life and which will affect mental perception and reflection of reality. Even if TV has the ability to induce relaxation, this is a real mind rest and relaxation, we feel it would relax the mind, while it is even requested as usual. Thoughts, our worries are removed during viewing, but after her termination, they will return, adding other images, problems, feelings that we have lived by looking at television. …

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