ATTITUDES TOWARDS IMPLEMENTATION OF THE RIGHTS OF CHILDREN AS FORMED BY THE MEDIA /ŽINIASKLAIDOS FORMUOJAMAS VISUOMENĖS POŽIŪRIS Į VAIKO TEISIŲ ĮGYVENDINIMĄ

Jolita Dudaite, Brigita Kairienė

Abstract


The article analyses the societal attitudes towards the rights of children and their implementation as formed by the media. The media has the possibility to reach a wide audience of readers. It serves as an important tool in encouraging the sensitivity of all society and those responsible for the protection of children’s rights policy. The aim of the research is to identify the implementation of children’s rights as affected by the media and to highlight those which are lacking. Attention is drawn to the implementation of the child’s rights in general, as well as those of the rights of children having special needs

Straipsnyje nagrinėjamas žiniasklaidos formuojamas visuomenės požiūris į vaiko teises ir jų įgyvendinimą. Žiniasklaida turi galimybę pasiekti labai didelę skaitytojų auditoriją, be to, ji yra svarbi priemonė skatinanti visos visuomenės ir žmonių, atsakingų už vaiko teisių apsaugos politiką, jautrumo šiai temai skatinimą. Atliktame tyrime siekiama nustatyti, kokie vaiko teisių įgyvendinimo aspektai yra žiniasklaidos paliečiami, o kokių aspektų stokojama. Atkreipiamas dėmesys į vaiko teisių įgyvendinimo temas bendruoju atveju ir į specialiųjų poreikių vaikų teisių įgyvendinimo temas


Keywords


children’s’ rights, children’s’ interests, children’s well-being, non-discrimination, media

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.21277/se.v1i36.299

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