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DOI: http://doi.org/10.26883/2010.201.2226

CHRISTIAN SCHOOLING AND DIGITAL MEDIA – RESEARCH RESULTS OF CORRELATION STUDY OF CHILDREN OF PRIMARY SCHOOL AGE STUDYING RELIGION

Magdalena Marinova Legkostup
University of Veliko Tarnovo „St. Cyril and St. Methodius“

ХРИСТИЯНСКО ВЪЗПИТАНИЕ И ДИГИТАЛНИ МЕДИИ – РЕЗУЛТАТИ ОТ КОРЕЛАЦИОННО ИЗСЛЕДВАНЕ НА ДЕЦА ОТ НАЧАЛНА УЧИЛИЩНА ВЪЗРАСТ, ИЗУЧАВАЩИ РЕЛИГИЯ

Магдалена Маринова Легкоступ
Великотърновски университет „Св. Св. Кирил и Методий“, Велико Търново

Авторът изразява своята благодарност на научен проект ДН 05/2016. „Дигитални компетенции и медиаобразование в предучилищна и начална училищна възраст (2016–2019)“ за подкрепата, осигурена за настоящата статия.

Abstract: This scientific paper sets out to present the results of correlation study of effect and frequency of digital media use on Christian education of children of primary school age studying religion. It provide information on the effects of both the frequency and form of digital media usage among these pupils, providing data on their correlation with the level of Christian upbringing. 

Keywords: frequency digital media usage, form of digital media usage, Christian upbringing, correlation.

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(Endnotes)

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