|Summary:||The research aimed to reveal the television consumption of families with children from 6-8 years of the New Horizon Human Settlement, La Esperanza, Trujillo. The study involved 50 nuclear-type families with school children six to eight years old. The data were obtained by direct observation, conducting a survey and interview guide applied individually. Quantitative empirical findings reported that 74% of children watch television in the evening, 14% see it at night, 8% see it all day and only 4% see it in the morning. It can be inferred that most families take control of the use of television their children, with knowledge of the consequences caused by television. In the qualitative phase of the study was obtained indicators to explain the control acceptable to parents in the use of television through: the perception of television consumption, parental response to a television program, parent orientation in use of television, imposition of limitations on television consumption, parental control and supervision of the TV shows, and dialogue parent - child on the case. It was concluded that the sensitivity decreases television family living human and makes children assume the negative attitudes of television characters as scenes of violence, aggression, disrespect and others, and assume as acceptable acts of the new social.|
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