关键词

态度,学校,西班牙,刻板印象,童年,安全,情报机构,影片

摘要

让安全机构的工作为在校儿童所了解是让因通讯媒体和社交媒体上恐怖袭击信息的扩散而引发的不安感觉得到平息的一种办法。尽管我们用警察和军队的有关项目教育在校儿童已有较长的历史传统,情报机构方面却没有同等的项目。为了填补这个空缺,作者们为西班牙在校儿童们设计并制作了两个有关西班牙情报机构的教育动画片:国家情报中心(CNI)。在这篇论文中,我们在知识,刻板印象,和在校儿童对CNI的态度等关系方面测量了动画片的影响力。为此,我们对1,092名8~12岁的在校儿童在观看前和观看后进行了两个问卷调查。观前问卷调查结果显示,在校儿童对情报机构一无所知,表达出根深蒂固的刻板印象,和对情报机构轻微的负面态度。我们用学生相关样本的T测试来确证回应,在这一基础上,我们发现动画片既改变了他们的既有知识和刻板看法,也改变了对待CNI的态度。特别的是,看片后在校儿童的知识增长了,刻板印象减少了,积极的态度增长了。

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