The Reciprocal Relationship Between Auditory and Visual Excitement and Their Reflection in Characteristics of Children Paintings

  • Muna Khader Abbas Department of Art Education/Faculty of Fine Arts / Babylon University
Keywords: Audio, visual, the most popular children

Abstract

The problem of deaf children raised the attention of the researcherSo I resorted to studying its tagged research (the reciprocal relationship between audiovisual stimuli and their reflection in the characteristics of children's drawings effect of hearing on the attention of children and their perception and the reflection of this on their artistic productions, and audio and visual stimuli are all heard and seen by the human and aware, and combined through the tools and information surrounding it, they are means of communication between humans Through it, a person can identify what is going on around him, and acquire through him the experience and information and receive the science Hence, the current research problem is summarized as follows:

Q / What is the effect of the senses of hearing and sight in the child's perception of the external environment? And how was this reflected in the characteristics of children's drawings? In order to answer the question of the research problem, it is necessary to uncover the reciprocal relationship between the audiovisual stimuli and their reflection in the characteristics of children's drawings the second chapter includes theoretical framework and previous studies. The theoretical framework consists of three topics. The first section deals with the nature of children's drawings and the factors affecting the artistic expression in children, and the stages of artistic expression in children, the motives of drawing in children, and the second section on: Audiovisual stimuli and their impact on the perception of children, including factors affecting the receipt of audio and visual stimuli of the child and the development of audio and visual stimuli and their impact on the child, a historical overview, and founded the third section of the explanation: Audiovisual stimuli and their reflection in children's drawings, and included theories that explain the association of audiovisual stimuli with children's drawings the current research community consisted of (225) deaf students at Al-Amal Institute for the Deaf and Mute (72) students and the sample of the study (60) students, (30) of the students, and (30) of the deaf students, pulled by random way. To achieve the research objective, the researcher used a tool that included (11) main fields and (37) secondary properties. After checking the validity and stability of the tool applied by the researcher on the basic sample to get the following results. There is a close relationship between hearing and visual acuity. This was reflected in the characteristics of children's drawings. The children in the drawing were more than the deaf children, the children were absorbed by the children and they realized the subject they saw and heard while deaf children did not understand the subject and therefore could not translate it. The following percentages are shown

Repeated: 83% of the students, 73% of the deaf students, repeated 67%, while the deaf accounted for 50% of the younger children used the third dimension, while in Deaf fees, the third 77%dimension was only 13%.

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Published
2018-07-31
How to Cite
[1]
M. Abbas, “The Reciprocal Relationship Between Auditory and Visual Excitement and Their Reflection in Characteristics of Children Paintings”, JUBH, vol. 26, no. 7, pp. 449 - 474, Jul. 2018.
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