The Effect of Unconscious Influences of Satellite Channels on Attitude of Using Satellite
AbstractIn recent years, users of satellite networks is increasing, and users of learning hidden and the effects of the unconscious as a result of the use of satellite data to be transferred is limited. Methodology: The present study aimed to investigate the effect of unconscious influences satellite networks in changing the attitude of the satellite was done. This research is quasi-experimental pre-test - post-test with control group. The study population consisted of all parents participating in the Parents Community School District 2 city Safashahr school year was 92%. For this purpose, 30 female users of satellite networks were selected by multistage sampling, (15 Experimental, 15 controls). 8 sessions -minute experimental satellites were trained on the unconscious effects. Results: Subjects in both groups at the beginning and end of the study using a questionnaire approach were tested using satellites. To analyse the data, analysis of covariance was used. The results of analysis of covariance showed the effects of unconscious cause’s negative attitude of the satellite. Conclusion: So we can unconsciously influence the teaching and learning process in the use of satellites may be hidden causing a negative attitude towards the use of satellites.
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